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What is God saying to you in this new year?  Take a few minutes to create a short blog post and share it with us.  God could be using you to be a blessing to someone else.  We'd like to feature more of our network members in 2015, their thoughts, dreams, goals, ambitions and opinions.  Be sure to update your profile picture.  Then, take the next step, and express yourself on the Jesus Saves Social Network!





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Family Ministry Shift Conclusion


For the past six weeks, we have been looking at one strategy for introducing children to the gospel and keeping them involved in church, family ministry. Today we conclude the "family" matter.  I hope this blog series was a blessing to you and has presented you with an option for your ministry, church, or family. Family ministry equips parents to become the primary disciple-makers of their children.  Proponents believe the 21st century church is failing congregations by not partnering with parents to equip them to share in ministry to the next generation.  The goal is to accurately pass on the gospel to the next generation through the family.  There are at least four types of family ministry strategies, family based ministry, family equipping ministry, family intergrated ministry, and the traditional programmatic, segregated approach.  Although young adults are highly educated, they are largely “unchurched,” and rarely to they read the Bible or meet with others to study the Bible.  Approximately 70 percent of young adults agree that the American church is irrelevant, and only 24 percent attend church weekly.  This means that the church must disciple young adults differently, parents and mentors must be involved with the church in the discipleship process, and the church must prepare to disciple a more ethnically diverse congregation.  Recent research found that Millennials are very close to their parents and thrive on relationships. Family ministry as a long range plan, and not a quick fix, might be the answer. 


Family Matters Blog Series Pt. 5: Strengths and Weaknesses of Family Ministry Models

Family Matters Blog Series Pt. 4: Active Churches In Family Ministry

Family Matters Part 3:  Contemporary Approaches & Leading Voices in Family Ministry

Family Matters Part 2:  Biblical Basis for Family Ministry

Family Matters Part 1:  The Historical Roots of Family Ministry

Introduction:  Blog Series, Family Matters, The Family Ministry Shift





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Happenings on the Jesus Saves Social Network

I am personally extending an invitation to all Jesus Saves Social Network members in the Louisville and Southern Indiana to join me for worship service:

Palm Sunday, March 29th,  at St. Stephen East at  Dosker Manor, 413 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Building A. I will be bringing the morning message at 11:00 a.m, "Stepping Out With Authentic Praise."  Join us we worship Jesus our victorious King, and be sure to bring a friend!


St. Stephen Women Step In, Up, & Out at Women's Day 2015

By:  Min. Angela Lee Price

What an awesome Women's Day weekend at St. Stephen Church, Louisville, Kentucky on March 21st & 22nd! The celebration featured the Soulful Singin' Sisters Choir, under the direction of Rev. Ton'ya Triplett, leading in praise and worship at all services.  

Guest speaker Min. Rozalyn Aikens, First Baptist Church Bractown, Lexington, Ky spoke Saturday, 6:00 pm & Sunday, 8:00 am. Her sermon subjects where,"The Protocol for Praise," based on Psalm 34, and "It's the Least You Can Do," on Romans 12:1-2.  In the 8:00 a.m. service, she stated the least we can do to show our appreciation to God for all that He has done for us is 1) Present our bodies as a living sacrifice; 2) Separate from anything and anyone who comes between us and God, including negative people; 3) Transform our mind; 4)  Demonstrate a willingness to do the will of God through love and unity.

Rev. Sheleta Fomby (photo right), Minister of Church Life and Minister of Women, Reid Temple AME Church, Silver Springs, MD was the guest speaker at 9:40, 10:45 (IN), 11:30 and 1:00 pm (Hardin Co.) services.  She preached from Ruth 1:19-21, "It's Going to Get Better" at the 9:40 service. She asked the congregation, Whose life has been inspired and increased because of your witness and your faith.   To whom have you been a Ruth?  To whom have you been a Naomi?" She said that just as Naomi did with her daughters-in-law Ruth and Orpah, every now and then, we ought to stop and examine the commitment level of the folks we are walking with. Those who start out with you, may not finish with you. You have to give people the option to opt-out of your life. They may not be able to handle your level of anointing. Naomi and Ruth returned to Bethlehem where Naomi told the people not to call her Naomi, but Mara because God had dealt bitterly with her.  If you are experiencing one misfortune after another, as Naomi did, don't let your condition contaminate your character. There is much more to this powerful message. Get the tapes from these and the other services. They will bless you!

Happenings March 16th-22nd

Words cannot express my heartfelt gratitude to all who posted Birthday greetings on my Facebook wall. I feel so blessed, loved, and appreciated. I want to thank my husband, Bill for the awesome surprise birthday party, my family and all who dined with us on Monday, March 16th. Oh yes, I was so surprised to see all the friends, radio staff, and church members, and family on Monday evening.  I thought we'd just go out for a nice, quiet dinner at a restaurant.  Instead, the restaurant, complete with servers, came to us!  And no, we were not quiet, not one bit! We had awesome weather, a delicious meal, catered by Donald's Catering, and great guests for the occasion. Once I got over the shock, I had a blast.  There is a Happy Birthday song (Stevie Wonder style) video. My brother, Michael posted two videos.  Thank you and may God bless you, each and everyone who said a kind word, extended a courtesy, gift, or made a $3.16 contribution (It's not too late, and feel free to put the decimal where ever you like) to Jesus Saves Ministries.

Happenings Holy Week


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I know I gave 3 favorites, hard question to answer.  On one hand I have no favorite teachers as such, on the other hand I have a multiplicity of teachers/brothers(some saved, some unfortunately not saved). For me the subjects range from history,…Continue

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Min. Angela Lee Price March Speaking Engagements

I am personally extending an invitation to all Jesus Saves Social Network members in the Louisville, Lexington, Crestwood, Shelbyville, Mt. Sterling, and Southern Indiana areas to join me at these upcoming worship services:

  1. March is Women's Month at St. Stephen Church.  The Theme is "Stepping In...the Spirit, Stepping Up...for one another; Stepping Out...on Faith."   Sunday, March 29th, join me at the Dosker Manor location, 419 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Building A. I will be bringing the morning message at 11:00 a.m worship service.

To invite Min. Angela Lee Price to speak at your church, conference, or gospel event, e-mail her at  or call 502-415-1001.

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The Women Tell All....It's Friday, but Sunday's Coming! Join Divas For Christ Ministries for the 3rd Annual Good Friday Service at Open Door Christian Church Louisville located at 1520 Gagel Avenue, Louisville, KY 40216. Get ready for a Good Friday experience like none other..."thank God for Calvary."

Featuring the M.O.D. Squad Dance Ministry

Presenting the 7 Last Words:

Rev. Sheilah Easterling- Smith, Memphis, TN

Rev. Dr. Toni Hawkins, Louisville, KY

Rev. Syvoskia Bray Pope, Louisville, KY

Rev. Pamela Pittman, Radcliff, KY

Min. Terra Epps, Louisville, KY

Rev. Dr. Yowanda Bowens, Indianapolis, IN

Rev. Dr. Amariah McIntosh, Lexington, KY



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