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‘Cancer: My Journey in Time’ (part 147)

What’s going on

by Wanda Clay
Rev. Enoch Fuzz

We are now in the second half of this year as we enter the 7th month. The year 2023 is moving along and we will soon be facing ‘back to school’ and the end of the year’s array of holidays. As the year goes by with its plethora of events, readers may still wonder what is going on with Rev. Enoch Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, and his journey with cancer.

Rev. Fuzz continues to do his work as a good steward of God’s great gifts to him as he obeys his call to ministry. Yet, as also stated, he is not completely healed from his journey of stage four lung cancer. However, in his effort to maintain normalcy in his daily life, Rev. Fuzz welcomes July with a plan of action that aligns with his ministry and the steadfast work for his church and community.

During the month of July, Rev. Fuzz is scheduled back into his pulpit, as he preaches: ‘Nobody But You Lord’ and ‘A Way Out of No Way.’ Other services during the month of July include: the annual Benjamin Flag Men’s Bible Class Day. This service/event is held on the third Sunday of the month to honor this lifelong, dedicated member of Corinthian Church since his death in 2022. This year the guest speaker is Rev. Dr. Amos Jones, National Association of Christian Educators; Joshua McDonald is the chairman of the annual Day of Observance set for 11 am on July 16.

As Rev. Fuzz and his members look forward to this special day, the public is invited to visit Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church at 819 33rd Ave. N. or watch via You Tube.

Readers are also encouraged to continue to pray for the church, the pastor and the entire world, just as Rev. Fuzz does. God heals.

In addition to Rev. Fuzz’s list of plans for July, readers are reminded of last week’s support to Quintina Waller, founder and executive director of Hope Station. To learn more about this community ministry or to offer support, visit the website at <hopestationtn.org> or call 615-480-2765.

Keep viewing Rev. Fuzz’s posts on Meta and be encouraged by reading the weekly article ‘Cancer: My Journey in Time.’

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