By Sister Trecinda Kinsey
Recently, several of us had the opportunity to visit Brother and Sister Wright and the saints in Atlanta. The weekend started off with a fellowship at the Wright’s beautiful home. The delicious meal prepared for us and the warm hospitality just affirmed that we were still at home and just in “another room of the house.” I was fortunate to be able to reunite with people I hadn’t seen for a few months, and to meet some saints that I hadn’t met before. The evening was spent fellowshipping (a.k.a. eating), learning one another’s testimonies, blending our spirits, working together, and playing a little corn hole. We left there excited and looking forward to service the next morning.
Sunday morning service was wonderful. It was great to see everyone one more time before heading back home and to receive what God had for us. We were able to hear from several of the ministers including Brother Wright, Brother Phil Phillips, Brother Demetrius, and Brother Nobles. Brother Nobles taught us the significance of being called by God to be a saint. He gave us instruction about how to become knitted together and to build together. It was such a wonderful weekend, and making that drive made me appreciate even more the sacrifice the Wrights and the saints from Atlanta make when they come to North Carolina.
I can’t wait to see them again in our October Convention!