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The 11th Hour Update 1-10-2011 ( Union Chapel Article)


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.Feb 19th 2011
.Smyrna Baptist Church


11th_hour_sign_300As we look around us and see the tragedy and destruction going on, we cannot help but think how much longer it will be before Jesus comes again. We worry about things that we have no control over such as hurricanes, natural disasters, wars, earthquakes, oil spills and so on.

If we just look next door or down the road terrible things are happening. I’m writing this to say we all have a job. You may not be a preacher, teacher, singer, youth director, and leader at church or even hold a position but I encourage you to be someone, that God can use.

Let us be mindful that people are dying every day without knowing Jesus as their Savior. Romans 14:11 says, For it is written, as I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God.

Will you stand confident before God knowing that your name has been recorded in his book or will you hear him say, Depart from me, for I never knew you?


Bronnie Scott
- Contact Info. 910-740-9088

Update 1-10-2011

The Eleventh Hour was held on Saturday Jan. 8th 2011 at Smyrna Baptist Church in Lumberton. There was approximately 650 people in attendance with standing room only and many others had to be turned away. Pre-show started at 5:30 which consisted of singing by Chosen Generation followed by opening remarks by Bro. Bronnie Scott and Pastor Carl Pevia. The invitation was given and 13 souls made a commitment to Jesus Christ as their Savior. Bibles were given to each person. We give God all the glory and thank Him for His Grace and Mercy.

Cecelia Locklear


Update 12-07-2010

The Eleventh Hour was held on Dec. 5th at Smyrna Baptist Church in Lumberton. Around 5:30, a pre-show was held with singing, remarks from the pastor, and a congregational song.  The church was packed with standing room only. Chairs were brought out. There were over 500 in attendance.  
When the invitation was given, over 40 people came forward to commit their life to Christ. The power of the Holy Ghost filled the atmosphere and lives were changed. We thank God for drawing those to repent and surrender their lives to him. Please continue to remember the cast and crew in your prayers as we continue to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Cecelia Locklear


Update 9-20-2010

Saturday Sept. 18, 2010, prior to the play, cast members went by twos door to door sharing the gospel in the neighborhood of East Lumberton.  Tracts and invitations were given out to approximately 70 house holds. The Eleventh Hour was once again performed at East Lumberton Church of God. The cast members would like to give special thanks to Rev. Bruce Brumfield and congregation for the warm welcome that was extended to us.  The spirit of the Lord moved and touched as each scene was performed. We ask that you continue to pray for each cast and crew member as we go forth with our ministry for the Lord Jesus Christ.

Ramona Scott


Update 9-14-2010

The Eleventh Hour was presented at West End Baptist Church on Saturday, September 11th. Prior to the performance, some of the cast went out in the neighborhood and invited people to come. Even though no one came during the altar call, the congregation heard a wonderful testimony by Bro. Barry Locklear, who portrays Satan in the play. In his testimony, Bro. Barry revealed how he can portray Satan so well, “I am a Christian. I give my best for Him because He gave His best for me”. I’ve only been on board with the Eleventh Hour since July, but I’ve witnessed the dedication of the cast and crew to answer the call all Christians have been given - to spread the gospel. Please continue to pray for this group as they travel wherever God leads.                                                                                                              

–Valarie Deese


We thank God for another opportunity to share The Eleventh Hour, which was held Sunday August 22, at Island Grove Baptist Church on Hwy 710 between Pembroke and Red Springs. There were 8 souls saved and we give God the praise. We will continue to travel and spread the word, so please keep us in your prayers. Will you stand confident before God knowing that your name has been recorded in his book, or will you hear him say Depart from me, for I never knew you?

-Cecelia Locklear


Update 8-2-2010 

The Eleventh Hour

Union Chapel Holiness Methodist Church drama group and friends from the local community were blessed with the opportunity to proclaim the gospel yet again. It was held Saturday night July 30, 2010 at Freedom Baptist Church located on Rennert Rd near the Saddletree Community. The cast was full of energy as they placed their full faith in God supplying the same wonderful spirit that has graced each event so far. There were fifteen souls to step forward admit, believe and confess that Jesus Christ had saved them from their sins. We give God all the honor and glory for allowing us to be a part of the advancement of his kingdom. We sincerely thank you for all of your prayers and we know that you will continue to remember us as we pray daily for God's will to be done in all that we do. Each new convert was given a new converts Bible to help them in their walk with Christ.

-Heather Locklear



11thhour4We had the opportunity to present The Eleventh Hour at the Givens Performing Arts Center (GPAC) on Saturday July 10th at 6 pm. There was a powerful moving of the Holy Spirit in the building  with more than 1200 guests and 15 souls were saved that night.  We give God the thanks and praise Him for all that He has done and will continue to do for us.  

Continue  to pray for us as we travel from church to church to share with others that there is a heaven and a hell. We have had 125 people make a confession thus far and we are praying for many more. If you would like to join this ministry and help disciple a new convert please contact us at 910-740-9088

Please check back here for the next showing.

-Cecelia Locklear

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Cancer Survivors Celebration Day


s the month of October begins every year, millions of people don themselves with the color pink and with the logo “Fight like a Girl”. These two factors symbolize that the month of breast cancer has begun. Another sign that this month of recognition of breast cancer has begun is when Yoplait Yogurt begins their annual “Save Lids to Save Lives”. “Save Lids to Save Lives” raises money by having people to collect their pink Yoplait lids and sending them. With every lid that is sent Yoplait donates ten cents to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Susan G. Komen Foundation raises breast cancer awareness and is involved in finding a cure for breast cancer. At Riverside Holiness Methodist, we are now collecting Yoplait yogurt lids beginning in the month of October through until the month of December. This is a worthy cause that many people should become involved in as many people have in some way been affected by cancer, whether it is through a family member or friend having cancer or through them having cancer themselves. Although Susan G. Komen is dedicated to breast cancer, it gives inspiration to many who are affected by other cancers. Our church alone has had five people who have had cancer, therefore, it is very important to them and to fellow church members to raise awareness about cancer so that there may one day be a cure both for breast cancer and for other cancers. As a celebration of our church cancer survivors we honored each one with a special presentation during service.   Collecting Yoplait lids October through December is now an annual occurrence for Riverside Holiness Methodist Church which will be continued throughout the years.


11th hour Street Ministry (2010 Nov)

nov_street_min_2_300On Sunday November 28th cast members of The Eleventh Hour, and local church members, held a Street Ministry in the parking lot of Cyna’s Jewelers.  We were able to give away FREE clothes, food, toys, blankets, books and hygiene products. After receiving clothes, they were able to enjoy hot chocolate, chicken bog, hot dogs, 100 peanut butter sandwiches and drinks.  We were able to give away 78 hot dogs, 100 drinks, a large pot of chicken bog cooked by Gene Deese and 96 cups of hot chocolate. Our teens and pre-teens made signs and held them up at the road to let everyone know about the event.

nov_street_min_3_300We also had a prayer team on site for those needing prayer and/or words of encouragement. It was such a blessing to be able to give to those in need. The bible teaches us that it’s better to give than to receive. I encourage each of you to donate from your closets, bring toys and can foods to our next event. Seeing the smiles on their faces was priceless! Our next event is Dec 12th from 3-5pm at Strickland Heights in Pembroke. Come join us!

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