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                                                    The Metro Federation Visiting

Committee Contact Persons
Rev. Bennie Bradford, 
Home Ph. 407-299-5547
Work Ph   407-298-8121
Cell          321-945-7582

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good work and glorify your Father which is in heaven”.  Matt. 5:16

Yeanue Outreach

Yeanue outreach is an on going mission work.  The children in Africa are in need of your help, God will richly bless you for your efforts.
If you can give a one time generous offering or a monthly donation it would be very much appreciated.
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Yeanue Outreach 
Thanks so much.  
Contact us:
Phone: (321) 945-3599
Fax: (407) 522-4338

To report any sickness or death within the Federation Membership, please call or e-mail Rev. Bennie Bradford: Home Ph. 407-299-5547  Work: 407-298-8121 or e-mail: [email protected] or Minister Allan Walker  407-878-5120 or e-mail: [email protected]
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From Dream To Reality
Article by: Min. Allan Walker
On October 16, 2011 the dedication for the Martin Luther King Jr. memorial took place. You've seen the virtual tour above, but now thousands of people experienced the real thing! The 30-foot sculpture of King situated between the Lincoln and Jefferson memorials is the first monument on the National Mall honoring a black leader. 

What makes this moment even more historic is the fact that we have the nations very first black president-Barak Obama speaking at the dedication; this is not a coincidence, nor is it by circumstance that this is happening; but I truly believe that it is the hand of God that has put people inplace at such a time as this.

Obama was just 6 years old when King was assassinated in Memphis, Tenn. But he has often talked about the influence King’s life, particularly his commitment to public service, has had on him.

In a 2009 newspaper editorial written just days before his inauguration, Obama wrote that King “lived his life as a servant to others,” and urged Americans to follow his example and find ways to enrich people’s lives in their communities and across the country.