Charles Augusta Jones, 66, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, Sept. 2, 2013 in the Marion VA Hospital. He was born in Fort Wayne to the late Willie and Ruth (Washington) Jones. He was a teacher and did a lot of volunteer work for theatrical and drama groups. He also wrote a number of plays.
The “Rising Above” healing service took place Sept. 11 in IPFW Alumni Plaza on campus. The service was one of a number of events the university scheduled during Suicide Prevention Week, Sept. 9 through Sept. 13. The service also included a balloon release to honor memories of lost loved ones.
On Aug. 28, two aircraft touched down at the Israeli airport in Tel Aviv carrying 450 Ethiopian Jews—the last of an official government operation, which began as early as 1979, to bring these compatriots (also known as Beta Israel which in Hebrew means “the house of Israel”) to Israel.
FORT WAYNE—Shepherd of the City Lutheran Church, 1301 S. Anthony Blvd., invites family and friends of the congregation to attend a special homecoming, celebrating its 43rd year of ministry to the Near Eastside Neighborhood at a Divine Worship service, 9:30 a.m., Sept. 29 with a complimentary fellowship meal following. The public is invited. Reservations are […]
FORT WAYNE—St. John Missionary Baptist Church, 2421 S. Hanna St., is scheduled to host a Women’s Day Celebration at 10:15 a.m., Sept. 22 during Sunday morning worship service. The speaker for the event is Sister Sarah Phillips. The them for the program is Godly Women Standing In Unity, with the scripture reference Ephesians 4:2-3. Pastor […]
Today is the day that the working parents should know that you are appreciated. Working parents in particular struggle to meet the hardest demands of every day living. Raising a responsible well-rounded adult may be the hardest job anyone has to do in life. When we attempt to guide young lives we shape the future.
Author of ‘King—The Dream Revisited’ revisits work 20 years after debut By Minister Servant LeRoy Page Special to Frost Illustrated After reading several newspaper articles and watching station after station of TV news reports concerning black on black crime and violence 20 years ago, I thought “What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm […]