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WE WILL CELEBRATE THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST ON
SUNDAY, March 31, 2013, 10:00 AM
REV. DR. MICHAEL E. HAYNES
PRAISE, WORSHIP, TEACHING OF THE WORD AND
A POWERFUL TIME OF PRAYER
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POWERFUL SERVICE OF THE YEAR.
RESSURECTION SUNDAY IS THE SUNDAY THAT WE CELEBRATE THE HISTORICAL FACT THAT JESUS ROSE FROM THE DEAD. WE PRAYE THAT YOU WILL JOIN US ON THIS MEMORABLE SUNDAY AND BE A PART OF WHAT GOD IS DOING IN OUR CITY, NATION AND THE WORLD THROUGH GLOBAL MINISTRIES CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
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MICHAEL FLAHERTY MIGHT RUN
Mike on the mike
Former city councilor Michael Flaherty, who has been largely out of the public eye since his unsuccessful run for mayor two years ago, will discuss his plans for the future tonight on a local radio show.
Flaherty is scheduled for the 10 p.m. slot on Pastor Bruce Wall’s radio show, according to a press release from Wall. Some have speculated that, while Flaherty has been publicly silent, he’s been planning a run for city council.
Flaherty, who lives in South Boston and is a former council president, lost a bid in 2009 to unseat Mayor Thomas M. Menino.
Wall’s weekly ...
New AM Radio
BOSTON PRAISE RADIO"Boston's only Satellite, Ustream, Internet and AM Radio Station on the Glorystar Network"
(Reaching 480-million people with one broadcast just on the Satellite.)
For Immediate Release: 10-10-10, 10:00 AM
Contact: Pastor Bruce Wall, 617-283-9561
NOW WE HAVE A VOICE ON THE NEW BOSTON PRAISE RADIO
BOSTON, MA--For too long the church community has been without a radio and TV station to reach the lost with a message of hope.
We have rented and leased time on local stations but those stations did not belong to us.
Now that has changed for Boston's faith community.
The Global Ministries Church has been building a radio and TV ministry ...
Shooting from the Hip near Codman Square?
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Shooting from the Hip near Codman Square?
The news of a shooting on Lyndhurst street can easily evoke the terrible summer
of 2005. Back then, the troubles on this street near Dorchester’s Codman Square
included drug-dealing and prostitution. So it wasn’t altogether surprising that
the pastor of a church a few blocks away, Rev. Bruce Wall, would occupy a
building on the street and put the problems on the map.
As for what happened last night, there's no denying that a 43 year-old man was
shot in the neck. How does that matter to the community? To begin with, as
The Boston Globe reports, the ...
Walking The Street
Mayor of Codman Square’ and his Guy Friday keep the faith in neighborhood
By Peter Gelzinis | Sunday, August 15, 2010 | http://www.bostonherald.com | Local Coverage
Photo by Christopher Evans
Two weeks ago, doctors placed a third stent in the Rev. Bruce Wall’s tireless 61-year-old heart.
“My wife keeps floating these ideas about retirement,” he was saying. “She says maybe it’s time to think about Virginia. But I can’t. There’s too much work to do. And I’m not close to being finished.”
With the silvery stubble of his trademark beard gone, Wall looks almost as young as he sounds. It’s Friday night and the pastor of Global Ministries Church ...
BOSTON PRAISE RADIO
"Boston's #1 Praise and Inspiration Radio and Television Station On The Glorystar Radio and Television Network."www.bostonpraiseradio.com.
For Immediate Release - July 4, 2010, 5:30 PM, EST
NEW RADIO BROADCAST TO GO WORLDWIDE ON THE SATELLITE
BOSTON, MA - On Monday, July 12, 2010, from 5:00 AM to 6:00 AM, on WRCA 1330 AM Radio, Pastor Bruce Wall will host a new radio program that will broadcast worldwide on the Glorystar Satellite Radio, Internet and Upstream TV.
THE FAITH BASED COMMUNITY NEEDS THIS NEW VISION
So much is going on in Boston and in the "Faith Based" community.
We need a religious broadcast that has an ...
I SUPPORT THE DESIRE OF THE CITY TO BRING ABOUT CHANGE
I commend the Boston Police for coming up with a strategic plan to address the crime on the troubled Boston Streets, especially Superintendent Paul Joyce, a Boston Police Officer that I trust and respect.
LONG TERM PLAN
My concern is that we need a long-term, comprehensive plan to get to the root cause of violence in the Roxbury, Dorchester and Mattapan neighborhoods.
It is simplistic to say get rid of the Black people in those neighborhoods and the problem will be solved. However, there is something wrong with our city when youth live without hope and choose death rather than life. Why are our ...
STOP THE DENIAL
I am insulted, angry, disappointed and ready to throw an ever loving fit. The leaders in Boston’s political and religious community do not have an adequate comprehensive plan to stop the homicides in Boston. It is a shame that we watch youth and adults die each summer knowing that is this is predictable…and happens every year. Why did we not plan to combat the violence in 2005 when we had 75 homicides? We do the same insane thing every summer and we get the same insane results…more dead bodies on the streets.
A SICK CITY
Boston is a sick city because SOME ...
Reaching out to curb the violence
Ministers, workers try to serve youth
By Travis Andersen, Globe Staff | June 14, 2010
As the number of teenage shooting victims in the city continues to rise with the wounding of a 15-year-old boy in Roxbury Saturday night, several community leaders are pledging to take new measures to curb youth violence this summer.
The Rev. Eugene F. Rivers III — head of the Ella J. Baker House in Dorchester, which mentors youth — wants clergy to reach out directly to violent offenders.
“The clergy need to be on the street mixing it up with the gang members,’’ Rivers said. “Certified gang members, not ...
Minority officers eye more Boston police diversity.
MINORITY OFFICERS EYE MORE BOSTON POLICE DIVERSITY
BOSTON (AP) -- A group of minority police officers wants Boston city councilors to put pressure on Mayor Thomas Menino to promote more minorities as supervisors and in specialized units after promises were made last year to diversify the department's ranks. The City Council has scheduled a hearing Tuesday on police diversity, and minority officers are promising to crowd the chambers. "We aren't further along than when we started," Larry Ellison, president of the Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers. "We need more action now and ...