Letter from the International President: Curtis Jamieson
Dear Saints and Friends
At times it seems that this whole world has turned upside down. Most of us have experienced difficult times this past year, times of great loss, times of financial difficulties, times of health problems and even times of spiritual
dryness. Even in the tough times, God is faithful and continues to love and bless each of us.
As we begin to make plans to attend the HSMM National Rally, let’s also begin to give the troubled times to the Lord and leave them with him. As we arrive at the rally let us be prayed up and determined to leave the stress of life behind for a few days. Let’s focus on Jesus and what he means to us. Let us come to the rally to love on and be loved on by our brothers and sisters. I pray that this year’s rally will be the most spiritual one that we have ever had. I pray that God’s Spirit will rain down over everyone that walks on that campground and each life will be filled with the Holy Spirit of renewal and freshness. That a spark of excitement will engulf everyone and that spark will become a flame of hopefulness and great encouragement to go out into the highways and hedges and continue this road that God has set us on. The road that leads each of us to tell someone daily about the Good News of Jesus Christ. Luke 14:23 Then the master said to the servant, ‘Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in, that my house may be
I hope to see each of you there and as always, if there is anything, I can do for you, please don’t hesitate to call me.
Curtis - email@example.com
Barry Mayson: Hell's Angel To Heaven's Saint
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Till we see you again our brother.
Charles "Barry" Mayson Sr. "Graduated to be with Jesus." Jesus was his passion. Mr. Charles "Barry" Mayson Sr., age 63, Jonesborough, passed away Wednesday, July 4, 2007, at his residence. Mr. Mayson was a native of Atlanta, Georgia, and son of the late Bennie Mays Mayson Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Carr Mayson. He was a US Army Veteran, having served in Korea. Mr. Mayson was the founder of Heaven's Saints Motorcycle Ministry. He was also founder of Barry Mayson Outreach, which has been in operation for 31 years.