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Last evening October 29th, at Bethel AME in Copaigue, NY was the New York Conference Ministerial Alliance Insatllation Service for Officers and Bishop Ming was the Preacher for the Evening. It was a dynamic Spirit filled service and He was in perfect form. In the pas tyear he has been very ill but to see him last evenign you would not have know it. God was truly using him last evening. He was jumping, strutting and shouting. WOW! How are the other Bishops doing as far as their District meetings and services?

-- Anonymous, October 30, 2000


Bishop Young is establishing himself in Texas. To date he has held six of his seven Annual Conferences, and the Christian Education Convocation right after the General Conference.

Bishop Young has been congenial, but he also brooks no foolishness. he has brought a conformity to Bible and Discipline that will take the 10th another step along the path started by Bishop Bryant. He administers with fairness, compassion, but fidelity to the mission of God and to the gravity of the Episcopal office.

Ms. Young has been well received in Texas. She brings warmth and personality to which the ministers' spouses have responded positively. Ms. Young was in attendance at nearly every session of the Texas Annual Conference.

-- Anonymous, October 31, 2000

Praise the Lord for Bishop Young ... Hope the 4 years in the Ecumenical Corner has enriched his service to the Lord

-- Anonymous, November 01, 2000

Welcome to Texas, Bishop and Mother Young.Your visionary leadership and uncompromising steadfastness in the Lord tell me that you have a date with destiny and an appointment with the future.May every day in Texas be a part of your continuing yet unfolding legacy of spiritual greatness as you lead God's people to the Promised Land.Again, welcome.

-- Anonymous, November 02, 2000

Any new updates on Annual Conferences held? We are preparing for our Advent Service here in the New York Conference.

-- Anonymous, November 29, 2000

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