Reverend Dr. Darrell K. White

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Reverend Dr. Darrell K. WhitePastor Darrell K. White is a native of Louisiana and represents the fourth generation ofBaptist ministers in his family. He is the youngest son born to the late Rev. ArthurWhite, Sr. and Ethel Cretchan White of Welsh, LA. Dr. White has four siblings: Jane,Arthur, Jr., Lane and Kenneth. He was unanimously elected on June 24, 1999 as theSenior Pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, located in Alexandria (Gum Springs), VA.The Lord has nurtured within Pastor White a shepherd’s heart and a servant’s spirit, aswell as equipped him with diverse gifts and many unique abilities.Pastor White believes the first and foremost calling on the lives of every disciple of Bethlehem is to beequipped with Christ-like compassion for the work of ministry in and beyond the sanctuary. His lifestyle andfaithfulness to God’s call on his life has left an indelible mark on not only the people of God calledBethlehem, but also in the Gum Springs Community, Fairfax County, and the Commonwealth of Virginia.Dr. White has almost thirty-five (35) years of Gospel ministry experience with an exceptional educationalportfolio that includes a Bachelor of Science (Grambling State), Master of Divinity (Samuel DeWitt ProctorSchool of Theology at Virginia Union University), Master of Arts (Presbyterian School of ChristianEducation) and an earned Doctorate in Ministry Degree (Pastoral Care) from Howard University School ofDivinity. Dr. White was awarded a certificate in Church Business Administration from The LeadershipInstitute at Union Presbyterian Seminary, in cooperation with the National Association of Church BusinessAdministration (NACBA). He is also a 2012 graduate of Leadership Fairfax.Pastor White holds membership in the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.; Baptist General Convention ofVirginia; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP); and Alpha Phi AlphaFraternity, Inc. He is the former President of the Baptist General Convention of Virginia and formerModerator for the Northern Virginia Baptist Association. Pastor White also serves on the Board of Directorsfor Virginia One Church, One Child Inc. Pastor White serves as the Community Representative on the FairfaxCounty’s Successful Children and Youth Policy Team (SCYPT) and the Fairfax County Clergy andLeadership Council. He has also completed training as a Community Chaplain for the Fairfax County Officeof Emergency Management & Fairfax County Chaplaincy Corps. He is a member of Pride of Fairfax CountyLodge 298 Free and Accepted Prince Hall Masons.Dr. White is married to the former Ms. Jaffee Ferree and they have two daughters, Sierra Ashe (Philip) andNia. Pastor White and First Lady White are the proud grandparents of two wonderful granddaughters, JordynRenee and Malia Naomi Ashe.2

ORDER OF WORSHIPWorship LeaderMinister Herman GreenhillCandle LightersSister Katherine Harlan &Deacon Hezekiah Dority*Scripture ReadingTrustee Linda Anderson(Worshippers may enter)*Congregational Hymn #380“Tis So Sweet to Trust In Jesus”Congregation(Worshippers May enter)Acknowledgements & Welcoming of GuestSelectionElements of PraiseW&FA PresentationDance MinistryIntroduction of the PreacherPastor Darrell K. WhitePre-Sermonic SelectionElements of PraiseSermonRev. Dr. Arthur R. WhiteChrist Community Baptist ChurchPhiladelphia, PAInvitation to Become a Disciple of Jesus ChristInvitational HymnAffirmation of Our GivingCongregationThe Presentation of Tithes and Offerings*Doxology“All Things Come of Thee O’ LordAnd of Thine Own, Hath We Given Thee” AmenInfant DedicationMs. Malia Naomi AsheDaughter of Phillip & Sierra Ashe*Altar PrayerBenedictionLighting of the worship candles signals the beginning of Worship unto God.*Congregation please stand.3

The Reverend Dr. Arthur R. WhiteThe Rev. Dr. Arthur R. White was bor n J uly 4, 1948, in the segr egated South in Roanoke, LA to the lateVandy Mitchell White and Geraldine Joubert. He is the eldest of five children. He was told by elders in thefamily and others there was a mark on his life. At the age of 16, Arthur rededicated his life to the Lord. Helater stepped away from his career pursuit as a Medical Technologists for a mission field assignment as amissionary. He found out Missional assignments are not self chosen but God chosen.In his first year of college, while matriculating at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, LA he receiveda notice through a spiritual encounter that his Missional life’s work would be Preaching. In March 1968 thispreaching call and assignment was confirmed by the Lord in an unforgettable manner. Every since that day,by the Lord’s own arrangements, he has always had a place to preach. This grace upon him remainedfollowing graduation from McNeese and matriculation to Virginia Union School of Theology in Richmond,VA. The Lord always arranged for him a place to preach. While a senior at STVU, Dr. White was called toassume the pastorate of Calvary Baptist Church, Danville, VA. The Lord honored him and humbled him asHe gave him the assignment to shepherd His people (Jeremiah 3:15).While in Danville, the mission centeredness, community mindedness, church relatedness to ecclesiasticalpartnerships in local, state, and national settings would come to define his pastorate. It has stronglyundergirded his present assignment as Pastor of The Christ Community Baptist Church, Philadelphia, PA forthe last 38 years. The Lord has given him opportunities to serve in leading positions at the local, state, andnational levels within Baptist denominational life. At these levels, he served memorably as he sought toplease God.Consumed by the mission of God given to the church for spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ in all the world,Dr. White entered the Doctor of Ministry program at Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, PA. His area of ministryfocus for his D. Min project was Missional Leadership. On June 25, 2011, he earned his doctorate degreeachieving a lifelong academic pursuit.One of the graces from the Lord in the life of this Preacher was the Lord arranging a meeting between him andThelma Loretta Wilson who was at that time a student at Virginia Union University. This meeting in 1972never ended because soon after they were married and have been married for 47 years, with three daughters,two former sons-in-laws and four grandchildren.At present, Dr. Arthur White has been preaching for fifty-one years and pastoring for forty-six and a halfyears. Dr. White is consumed these days with finishing his course in his present pastorate at ChristCommunity, helping others to faith and keeping the faith, thanking God for and loving his family more, andpatiently waiting for the Chief Shepherd because he wants to receive from the Chief Shepherd the crown ofglory (I Peter 5:4).4

Sermon NotesListen to the message from God’s Word. Use this sheet to make some personal notes. Go back over themthrough the coming week. Let God crystallize His truths in your life.Date:Biblical Text:Sermon Title:Main Ideas of the Sermon:1.2.3.Illustrations I want to remember:What should I do as a result of hearing this Sermon?ENTER TO WORSHIP – DEPART TO SERVE5

Pastoral AnniversarySunday, October 6, 2019 10:00 a.m.Guest PreacherRev. Dr. Arthur R. WhiteChrist Community Baptist ChurchPhiladelphia, PASaturday, October 26, 2019 5:00 p.m.156th Church AnniversaryFree Concertfeaturing:Ralph HerndonRonnette HarrisonSunday, October 27, 2019 10:00 a.m.156th Church AnniversaryGuest PreacherRev. Dr. Alfred Jones, Jr.Mt. Zion Baptist ChurchTriangle, VAFall Revival Monday-WednesdayOctober 28-30, 2019Rev. Angelo V. ChatmonPilgrim Journey Baptist ChurchHenrico, VARev. Michael L. SessomsLittle Union Baptist ChurchDumfries, VARev. Dr. LaKeisha CookSt. Paul Baptist ChurchRichmond, VA6

Kingdomtide” ”Jesus went to Galilee and told the good news that comes from God. He said, The time has come!God’s kingdom will soon be here. Turn back to God and believe the good news!” Mark 1:14-15 (CEV)SEASON COLOR: Green, symbolizing growth in Christ and growth in the life of the church.The season of Kingdomtide is the newest of all of the seasons of the Christian Calendar, dating back to the late1930’s. Kingdomtide is observed in the autumn period of the year, the time between the ending of Pentecostand the beginning of Advent. The Kingdomtide season gives time to focus our attention to the Eternal Presenceof Christ and His kingship, with the parallel emphasis upon man’s stewardship. It also celebrates Christ asKing and Sovereign of the world, emphasizing God’s dominion over all of creation. God’s kingdom expressesHis Lordship over His people, the world and where man’s challenges are in our daily lives and every area ofour existence.This time of the year is also known as Ordinary Time, which comes from the word “ordinal” which meanscounted time from the last Sunday in August (August 25) continuing through to Advent – the first Sunday inDecember (December 1).UPCOMING OCTOBER ANNOUNCEMENTSOutside EngagementThursday, October 10, 2019 7:00 p.m. Pastor White and the Voices of Bethlehem will be journeying toFirst Agape Baptist Community of Faith, 2423 Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301. Sign-up sheetis in the office. Choir members first. Parking has been reserved for the bus and those who choose to drive.****Wednesday, October 16, 2019 7:30 p.m. Baptism of Candidates following evening Bible Study.Friday, October 18, 2019 7:00 p.m. The 22308/22309B/Mt. Vernon Belvoir Kinfolk Ministry will have ameeting in the MPR.Saturday, October 19, 2019 12:00-2:15 p.m. Please join the Women’s Ministry for an afternoon of fun atthe Muse Paint Bar 45.00 per person. You can register on the BBC website:www.bethlehemofalexandria.org.Sunday, October 20, 2019 1:00 p.m. Cancer Support Ministry Cancer Survivors Birthday Celebration inthe MPR.7

From theYou, or the person that you are sitting next to probably knows someone with cancer. In 2016, there were40,322 new cases of cancer in Virginia alone. That same year, there were 15,027 people who died of cancer.For every 100,000 people in Virginia, 156 died of cancer.As the American Cancer Society continues to study trends in cancer, they are finding that the risk of cancerin African American individuals is higher than in non-Hispanic whites. The most common cancers areprostate, lung and colon cancers in men and breast, lung and colon cancers in women.Colon cancer is highly preventable with regular screening, but statistics show that the screening rate amongAfrican Americans is quite low. Take these facts into consideration:1.2.3.4.There is a higher incidence of colon cancer among African Americans than any other racial group;African Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with young onset colon cancer;African Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with advanced stage colon cancer; andThe death rate from cancer is 17 percent higher in African Americans than in whites.The good news is that the gap of higher incidence and mortality rates among African Americans and whitesis beginning to narrow. This is likely due to increased awareness, better health habits and more access tohealth care (thanks to the Affordable Care Act). Here are some tips to prevent cancer and keep you healthy,regardless of race or ethnicity:Have health insurance. Pr evention and ear ly detection is only possible thr ough the par tner ship of you,your primary care physician, specialists, and in-network healthcare facilities.Annual check-ups are important. Talk to your doctor about cancer pr evention and appr opr iatescreenings that will detect cancer early. Colonoscopies, mammograms and pap smears are just a fewexamples of cancer screenings that can save lives.Create healthy lifestyle habits. Maintaining a nor mal weight, avoiding alcohol, quitting smoking,getting regular exercise, and eating a high-fiber and low-fat diet will prevent chronic conditions like heartdisease, hypertension and cancer.Cancer has wreaked havoc with our bodies and with our emotions; but it is so very important to rememberwhat cancer cannot do; cancer is limited.“Cancer cannot cripple love, cannot shatter hope, cannot corral faith, cannot eat away peace and cannot killfriendship, It cannot shut out memories, It cannot silence courage, It cannot invade the soul, It cannotreduce eternal life, It cannot quench the spirit and It cannot lessen the power of resurrection” (authorunknown).Blessings,Stephanie Collins, RN, JDParish Nurse8

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Pray for our sick and shut-in during your prayer timeHome:Ms. Edith AultmonMr. Dexter BasnightMs. Terri A. BeardenMr. James BoydMr. Edward BrooksMs. Mary ButlerMrs. Carolyn CareyMs. Jane DillardMrs. Glorene DriverMrs. Lora EdwardsMrs. Marian FergusonMr. Charles FisherMrs. Julia FreemanMrs. Mary C. GardnerMr. Charles GordonMr. Freddie Herrington, IIIMrs. Ida Mae HunterMs. Kim JacksonMs. Terrie JacksonMr. Ronnie JohnsonMr. Terryl Jones, Sr.Ms. Bernadette KamaraMs. Carolyn LamarMs. Toba LeverettMr. Joel MinnisMr. William (Billy) PannellMrs. Betty ParksMrs. Jearlene PayneMr. Anthony PerryMs. Addie M. ThompsonMrs. Dale ThompsonMr. Vernell TriggsMs. Louise Ward7403 Ben Drive, Oxon Hill, MD 20745Norfolk, VA (Brother of Polly Hargrove)Coatesville, PA (Sister of Russell Bearden)261 Evans Lane, Alexandria, VA 223057510 Moores Rd., Brandywine, MD 206131806 Glendora Drive, District Heights, MD 20747Indianapolis, IN (Sister of Claudette Lewis)Omar, WV (Sister of Teresa Johnson)Charlotte, NC (Cousin of Denise & Keith Scott)Lake Charles, LA (Aunt of Pastor White)1711 Girard St. , N.E., Washington, D.C. 20018316 15th Street, N.E., Washington, DC 20002(Nephew of Carolyn Collins)3000 Sherwood Hall Lane, Alexandria, VA 223069212 Marovelle Fort Drive, Lorton, VA 22079(Mother of Cynthia Snyder & Robbie Crite)7502 Calderon Court, U-C, Alexandria, VA 22306Augusta, VA (Father of Nicholas Herrington)2808 Hackle Street, Augusta, GA 30909(Mother of Dorothy Saules Wilson)3424 Spring Drive, Alexandria, VA 223068106 Lake Park Drive, Alexandria, VA 22309Little Rock, AR (Brother of Shirley Porter)2025 Grand Street, Beaumont, TX 77703(Brother of Leroy Jones)Alexandria, VA194 Executive Circle, Stafford, VA 22554(Friend of Deaconess Julia Gaskins)(Brother of Mary Futrell)Warrensville Heights, OH(Brother of Deaconess Doris Houston)(Mother of Cyd Parks)(Cousin of Tina Speight)Bowie, MD (Nephew of Carla Page)(Mother of Gail Clarke)2609 Douglas Lane, Hopewell, VA 23860(Niece of Shirley Howard & Mary Reed)Parker, TX (Cousin of Leroy Jones)8199 Tiswell Drive, #208, Alexandria, VA 2230810

Pray for our sick and shut-in during your prayer timeNursing Home:Ms. Helen BlagmanEnvoy Health of Alexandria, 900 Virginia AvenueAlexandria, VA 22302Mr. Lucuis Collins, Sr.Thomson, GAMrs. Isabelle FegginsCherry Lane Nursing Center, Laurel, MD(Mother of Donna Plater)Ms. Jean KingSunrise Assisted Living, 6541 Franconia RoadSpringfield, VA 22150Mr. Oscar KingMt. Vernon Nursing & Rehabilitation Center8111 Tiswell Drive, Alexandria, VA 22306Ms. LaMonica LewisManor Care Rehabilitation Center1510 Collingwood Road, Alexandria, VA 22308Mr. Clinton Massenburg(Brother of Phenories Massenburg)Mr. John MooreRiver Crest Nursing Home, New Bern, NC(Step-Father of Brenda Martin)Mrs. Mary ReedManor Care Rehabilitation Center1510 Collingwood Road, Alexandria, VA 22308*******Please continue to lift in prayer those families who have experienced the separation of a lovedone this quarter.The family of Althena Harris Sister of Brother Levi Harris and Deacon Helen Harris.The family of Darius Lang Family of Trustee Anne Lewis.The Family of Henry Thomas Young Brother of Sister Estelle Bowman.The family of Wilhemenia Brown Aunt of Keith and Denise Scott.The family of Foristeen McGhee Aunt of Sister Beryl Elkins.The family of Daniel Jefferson III Nephew of Minister André Webb.The Family of Reginald Sanford Brother-in-Law of Deaconess Julia Gaskins.The family of Winnie Irene Brown Grandmother of Sister Tenesha Green.The Bazemore Family Son of Yassmin Ferguson.11

Worship Service9:00 a.m. Church School & New Disciples Class10:00 a.m. Worship Service1st Sundays Only in the Parsonage9:00 a.m. Engaged & Married CouplesSunday School Class***Leadership on DutyDeacon Terry BlockettTrustee Cyrus RoherActivities for the Week of September October 7– 14, 2019Monday, October 77:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.Drama Ministry RehearsalDeacon-in-Training MeetingBoy Scouts Troop 1906 MeetingSanctuaryCR 2 & 3ParsonageTuesday, October 86:16 p.m.7:00 p.m.Youth New Members ClassUsher’s MeetingCR 6SanctuaryWednesday, October 912:00 p.m.1:15 p.m.6:30 p.m.6:30 p.m.7:45 p.m.Noon Day Bible StudyPrayer ServiceEvening Bible StudyNew Disciples ClassEvening Prayer ServiceMPRSanctuaryMPR & CRCR 6SanctuaryThursday, October 107:00 p.m.7:30 p.m.Friday, October 117:30 p.m.Saturday, October 129:00 a.m.8:00 a.m.Saturday, October 121:00-4:00 p.m.Pastor and VOB Mass Choir will be journeying toFirst Agape Baptist Church for 20th AnniversaryYouth NightMPRStars RehearsalSanctuaryVocalist WorkshopNational Alzheimer’s Walk on the National MallBus will leave promptly at 8:00 a.m.SanctuaryThe Children’s Ministry Fall Harvest Festival at Cox FarmCarpool leaves at 12:30 p.m.CR - ClassroomMPR - Multi-Purpose Room12

Oct 01, 2019 · Reverend Dr. Darrell K. White Pastor Darrell K. White is a native of Louisiana and represents the fourth generation of Baptist ministers in his family. He is the youngest son born to the late Rev. Arthur White, Sr. and Ethel Cretchan White of Welsh, LA. Dr. Whit

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