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In Memory of Deacon Zollie WilliamsWith sincere gratitude for yourdedication and service to CampPatten and the Mt. Olive MissionaryBaptist State Convention of NewMexico. “His lord said unto him, Welldone, thou good and faithful servant:thou hast been faithful over a fewthings, I will make thee ruler overmany things: enter thou into the joyof thy lord.” Matthew 25:212


MOUNT OLIVEMISSIONARY BAPTIST STATE CONVENTIONof New Mexico, Inc.Reverend James E. Forney, Convention PresidentAndrew L. Trotter, General SecretaryApril 2, 2013Dear Officers, Pastors and Honored Guests:I am delighted to welcome all of the delegates from the states of Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas,Wyoming, and Minnesota to the Land of Enchantment – the great state of New Mexico for the42nd Walter Cade Jr., Midwest Region Laymen Workshop.We have been praying and preparing for a prosperous workshop, rich in God’s choice blessings.As we participate in this workshop, let us keep in mind what Paul told the Colossians, “Andwhatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; knowing that of the Lord yeshall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ.” (Col. 3:23-24).I also want to thank the committee members who worked to put together this workshop.Additionally, I am grateful to the Convention churches, pastors and individuals who madefinancial contributions to provide a foundation for the workshop. As David said, “Behold,how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!To God Be The Glory,Reverend James E. ForneyReverend James E. Forney, PresidentMount Olive Missionary Baptist State Convention of New Mexico4


Missionary Baptist State Convention of New MexicoReverend James E. Forney, PresidentAndrew L. Trotter, General SecretaryCongratulation’s Deacon Meron Wilson, Laymen’s PresidentDeacon Glen E. Chelf, Laymen’s President Emeritus102nd Annual SessionJuly 22 - 25, 2013Bethel Second Baptist ChurchLas Cruces, New Mexico6


God Bless You!Mount Olive Missionary Baptist State LaymenPresident, Meron WilsonHost ofAnnual Walter Cade Regional Laymen WorkshopApril 26-28, 2013For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in thehouse of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness” – Psalm 84:10“Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist State Ushers/Nurses MinistryRuby “Chris” Dudley, President8

The National Baptist Laymen’s Regional Workshop concept began as a vision fromGod to Walter Cade, Jr. at the start of his presidency at his election as the laymenpresident at the National Baptist Convention’s annual session in Cleveland, Ohio in 1971.Walter Cade, Jr. desired to involve more men in the national movement. To get moremen to come to the national meetings, he knew he must get them familiar with thenational work. Therefore, President Cade introduced the regional concept. A mininational meeting held on weekends in cities within driving distance of laymen,laywomen, junior laymen and pastors.These meetings were called workshops with the primary objective of fellowship amongthe delegates and to promote the work and ministries of the National Baptist Laymen.Danny Williams of Denver, Colorado was the state president of the Colorado laymen. Hesaw President Cade’s vision and played a vital role in helping to implement the firstregional workshop.The first workshop was held in Denver, Colorado in 1971 between laymen of Kansas andColorado. In 1974 the states that came together for a regional were Kansas, New Mexico,Colorado and Arizona. The years 1975 through 1987 saw God sent growth as the laymenteams from Kansas traveled to various states to encourage laymen participation andpromote the regional concept.Initially as states joined together for regional workshops they called themselves “ThreeStates”, “Four States” or “Five States”, and eventually “Midwest”, “Far west” and “GreatLakes”, etc. to reflect the part of the country. Some of the first classes taught were,“Stewards of Tithing”, “Bible Doctrine”, “Young Men’s Work”, and “The Laymen’sProgram.”The National Baptist Laymen’s Regional Workshops are under the auspices of theNational Baptist Laymen’s Movement governing body. A regional coordinator isappointed and assigned by the president to give guidance in all aspects of the regionalprogram.On January 21, 1997 at a special meeting held at the Fifth Street Avenue Baptist Church inNashville, Tennessee during the annual Winter Board meeting, President Jerry Gash, onthe recommendation of Billy Campbell named all regional workshops the “Walter Cade,Jr.” regional workshops.Walter Cade’s vision has continued to thrive and grow under the ongoing leadership ofsubsequent presidents Jerry Gash, Deacon Harold Simmons and hard working othersthroughout this movement.9






Welcomes the Delegates and FriendsWalter Cade Mid-West Regional Conferenceto theLand of EnchantmentC hurch OfficersChurch Clerk-Sis. Vernice AdamsYouth Dept-Sis. Candace BranchWMU-Sis. Burla AdamsDeaconess-Sis Lillie LewisUshers-Sis. Geri BickhamMinister of Music-Sis. Carmen RelifordLaymen-Dea. David BurtonDea. Meron WilsonFinancial SecretarySis. Gwen Harris-TreasurerChairman Of Deacons-Dea. Charlie Smith“Jesus we want to be the vessel that you work through. Therefore,Bless us and enlarge our territory.”Based on:1 Chronicles 4:10400 Delaware AvenueAlamogordo, New MexicoReverend James E. Forney, Pastor/Sis. Neva Forney, First Lady15

“Jesus we want to be the vessel that you work through,Therefore Bless us and Enlarge our Territory”(1 Chronicles 4:10)16

God Bless YouMount Olive Missionary Baptist State LaymenPresident, Meron WilsonHost ofWalter Cade Regional Laymen’s WorkshopWe are honored to help you welcome the delegates of the 42nd Walter Cade RegionalLaymen’s Workshop to Albuquerque. May God so richly bless you as you seek tocontinually offer up the sacrifice of praise to our Lord and Savior by proclaimingHis name.The Corinth Baptist Church WMU400 Delaware AvenueAlamogordo, New MexicoWMU President: Sis Burla AdamsPastor: Reverend James E. Forney17



Shiloh Missionary Baptist ChurchMission MinistryAlbuquerque, New MexicoWelcome to the Land of Enchantmentand Best Wishes to theWalter Cade Jr. Midwest Regional Laymenworkshop!Sis. Pat Rhodes, PresidentRev. W.H. Benford II, Pastor20

Congratulations Mt. Olive State LaymenOn Hosting theWalter Cade Regional Laymen Conference!We believe that the Lord is going to Move in a mighty way!Deacon Dan Johnson, Jerusalem District Laymen PresidentRev. J.L. Callahan, ModeratorBethel Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. T. FordBethlehem Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. R. Smith, Sr.Friendship Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. M. SheltonGalilee Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. S. SmithMt. Gilead Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. A. AllenMt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. R. Smith, Jr.Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. B. AskewNew Light Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. B. PhillipsPilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. D. McPhersonPleasant Green Missionary Baptist ChurchSt. John Missionary Baptist Church – Clovis – Rev. J. CallahanSt. John Missionary Baptist Church – Hobbs – Rev. B. ChoiceTriangle Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. T. MartinWare Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church – Dr. R. Gorham21

Welcome to New Mexico Walter CadeRegional LaymenHosted by the Mt. Olive State LaymenOur prayer is that you will receive the Blessings that Godhas prepared for you in advance!Sincerely,Pastor David & Mrs. Linda McPherson and the PilgrimRest Baptist Church FamilyCarlsbad, NMOne thing I have desired of the Lord, That will I seek;That I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days ofmy life, To behold the beauty of the Lord, and to inquirein His temple. Psalm 27:4Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good;Blessed is the man that trusts in Him. Psalm 34:822

The Jerusalem District Missionary Baptist Association ofSoutheastern New Mexico Welcomes the Walter CadeRegional Laymen to the Land of Enchantment!OfficersRev. Joe L. Callahan, ModeratorRev. B. J. Choice 1st Vice ModeratorRev. T.E. Ford, 2 nd Vice ModeratorDr. R. Gorham, Congress PresidentMrs. Ruby C. Dudley, Congress DeanMrs. Karen Orgain-Green, Financial Secretary/Registrar/ Women’s PresidentMs. Anna Johnson - General Secretary/Usher PresidentDea. Dan Johnson – Laymen PresidentMrs. Queen Shelton – Music Director/MusicianMrs. Rebecca Shiner – Minister’s Wives/ DeaconessRev. D. McPherson – Evangelist/ MissionaryDea. Edward Mullen – TreasurerMrs. Wanda Johnson – Youth Director23

Minnesota State Baptist Convention, Inc.Minnesota State BaptistLaymen’s AuxiliaryMN State Baptist ConventionReverend Jerry McAfee.,Convention PresidentReverend Dr. Earl F. Miller.,Congress PresidentReverend Dr. James C. Thomas,Congress DeanMN Laymen Auxiliary OfficersBrother Jerry Moss,Laymen’s Auxiliary PresidentBrother Tony Nunn,Vice-President-At-LargeBrother Charles Yates,First Vice-PresidentBrother Herbert Thomas,Second Vice-PresidentBrother Alvin Killion,SecretaryBrother Joseph Ceaser,Correspondence SecretaryBrother Bobby Hardimon,TreasurerDear Brothers in Christ’s Service,We bring you greetings from thebrothers and sisters of theMinnesota State BaptistConvention, Inc. and are proud tosupport the42nd Walter Cade, Jr.Mid-West Regional Conferenceand the Christ centered work ofthe region.We pray God’s continued favoron one and all.Brother Michael Pugh,Program Coordinator24















Zion Baptist ChurchSALUTESTHE MOUNT OLIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION OF NM, INC.Host ofTHE 2013 WALTER CADE REGIONAL LAYMEN WORKSHOPZion Baptist Church - 933 E. 24th Avenue - Denver, CO - 80205Rev. Frank M. Davis, Pastor and President of the Western States Baptist ConventionColorado/WyomingDeacon Michael D. Sanderson, Deacon Chairperson and NDBA Laymen PresidentBro. Kenneth Cunningham, Zion Baptist Church Laymen President39







GREETINGSIN THE MATCHLESSNAME OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR, JESUS CHRISTThe Western States Laymen of Wyoming and Colorado sendCONGRATULATIONS AND SAY THANK YOUTO PRESIDENT MERON WILSON, ANDTHE MOUNT OLIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST STATE LAYMEN OFNEW MEXICOAS YOU HOST THE2013 WALTER CADE, JR. MIDWEST LAYMEN’S WORKSHOPAPRIL 26-28 IN BEAUTIFUL ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICOThe delegation from Colorado and Wyoming attending this workshop applaud theNew Mexico Laymen for your hard work and sacrifice of labor and love.Deacon Larry Taylor, President, Colorado/Wyoming Laymen MovementPastor Frank M. Davis, Western States Convention President“STUDY TO SHEW THYSELF APPROVED UNTO GOD, A WORKMAN THAT NEEDED NOT TO BEASHAMED, RIGHTLY DIVIDING THE WORD OF TRUTH.” 2 Timothy 2:1546

WELCOMEWalter Cade RegionalLaymen’s WorkshopEmmanuel MissionaryBaptist Church4848 Huron Dr NERio Rancho, NM 87144505.896.6901Emmanuel: God with us!Reverend Dr. C. E. Becknell, Sr., PastorEmail: embc4848@gmail.comThe Lord has done great things for us;whereof we are glad.Psalm 126:3Best Wisheson your 42nd annualWalter Cade Laymen’sWorkshop.from themembers ofthe BethlehemBaptist Church ofAlbuquerque, NMRev. Dennis Hubbard,Pastor47


“Welcome Friends In Christ” To TheWalter Cade Regional Laymen WorkshopThe Mount Olive Baptist Church Deacons – Albuquerque, N.M.Let Your Light So Shine Before Men Matthew 5:16Chairman: Thomas R. Clayton – Vice Chairman: Clifford Rhoten Jr. – Secretary: Joe WhiteCalling Secretary: Mark Brown – William Hall – Jonathan Huff – Deacon Candidate: Curtis BeachemChairman Emeritus: Zollie Williams – Vice Chairman Emeritus: Donald ThompsonPastor: Rev. Michael Sumbry – Associate Ministers: Rev. Michael Duckens & Rev. Bruce GibsonWelcome and Congratulations from theMount Olive Missionary Baptist Church ChoirIsaiah 6: 1 - 849

CongratulationsandBest Wishesfor aSuccesful42nd Walter CadeRegional Workshop!Zollie and Barbara Williams50

CONGRATULATION &CONGRATULATULATIONBEST WISHESON HOSTING THE42nd WALTER CADE LAYMEN’SWORKSHOP“Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not untothine own understanding.In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thypaths Proverbs 3:5-6GEORGE & ALEXIS MOOREMembers of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church,Pastor Dennis G. DunnAlbuquerque, NM.Deacon,Member of Men’s MinistryMember Women’s Ministry,Hearts of HumilityCONGRATULATIONSBEST WISHES TO THEOn Your 201342nd WALTER CADE JR. REGIONALLAYMEN WORKSHOP2013 WALTER CADEREGIONAL LAYMENS“May the Lord bless you tohave a successfulworkshop”BROTHER ROBERT SPARKS, JR.PRESIDENTPROGRESSIVE STATEBROTHERHOOD OF NEW MEXICOMaxie & JuanitaParks Omaha, NE“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is forbrethren to dwell together in unity!” Psalm 133:151

Congratulationsand Welcometo the 42nd AnnualWalter Cade Jr.Midwest RegionalLaymen WorkshopYours in ChristPatricia A. Smith-RhodesWelcomeand Best Wishesto the 42nd AnnualWalter Cade Jr.Midwest RegionalLaymen WorkshopSis. Mary R. Lewis52

Welcome MidwestRegional Laymenand CongratulationsMt. Olive BaptistState Laymen andPresident Wilson fora great session.The Hightower Family.The Hightowers Zachary, LaWanda, Daisia,Tajha, and XavierMT. OLIVE STATE MUSIC AUXILIARYReverend James E. Forney (President) – Andrew L. Trotter (General Secretary)Welcomes Walter Cade Regional Workshop to New MexicoAndrew L. Trotter (Executive Secretary)- Ken Chretien (Assistant) – Joycelyn N. Lewis (Dean)Zone Leaders – Ruth Baker, Neva Forney, Dora Maynor, Jessie GatesDevotional Leaders – Jeane B. Spencer and Claudia WilsonAnn G. Henry – Registrar27th Fall Music Workshop – November 8-10, 2013Mt. Olive Baptist Church – Albuquerque, NM53

Mount Olive Baptist Church2401 University Blvd. SESUNDAY S CHOOL9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.Bro. Curtis Beachem - SuperintendentBro. Emmanuel Keels - Asst. SuperintendentRev. Michael Sumbry - PastorDo your best to present yourself to God as one approved, aworker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctlyhandles the word of truth. - II Timothy 2:15The staff of the “A Better U” Beauty Barber AcademyWelcomesthe 42nd Annual Walter Cade, Jr. Midwest Regional Workshopto New Mexico54



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Galilee Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. S. Smith Mt. Gilead Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. A. Allen Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church – Rev. R. Smith, Jr. . Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church Choir Isaiah 6: 1 - 8. 50 Congratulations and Best W

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