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‘Cancer: My Journey in Time’ (part 161)

Women in the pulpit

by Wanda Clay
Rev. Enoch Fuzz

We used to hear a lot about women being in the pulpit. Maybe not so much that we used to, as it was that women were not allowed or welcomed in the pulpit. Currently, it is normal to hear and see women in pulpits; although certainly it is still a practice in some churches that we may not even know about. Just as concerning other rights, women being welcomed to the pulpit has come a long way. But that’s a talk for another day.

Rev. Enoch Fuzz, pastor of Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church, is maintaining his health during his journey with stage four lung cancer. This past week, he went for a four-month CT scan. After being off cancer medication for three months, he will receive the results next week. Friends, family, and Rev. Fuzz expects that he should receive a good report regarding cancer while he has remained off those specific medications. With that being the constant prayer, all are also prayerful that he will eliminate other medications as well.

During the month of August, Pastor Fuzz will be taking a break from the pulpit. He has designated the month as ‘Women’s Month’ at Corinthian Baptist Church. The upcoming Sunday worship service for August 6 will see the sermon delivered by Vanessa Croney. She will also administer the Communion Ordinance following the sermon.

After the recognition of Women’s Month, Rev. Fuzz will return to the pulpit in September. Just as every year, Corinthian will observe Rev. Enoch Fuzz’s anniversary in the ministry. His 50th year will be celebrated on September 23.

Continue to pray for Rev. Fuzz, his healing, and for his upcoming report. As we remember that Rev. Fuzz has been in the ministry for 50 years; it is also to be noted that he will celebrate a birthday in September as well. Daily prayers for others are also observed by Rev. Fuzz.

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