3 Main Key Points:

1. Pray: The power of prayer is valid in every situation.

2.Power: Have the power to make changes, do what God wants and needs you do.

3. Persistence: Persistence within your Godly Devotion.

Scripture: Proverbs 16:9

"We can make our plans but the end determines our steps".

Pastor Reverend Colette Parker:

​From Hamilton, NC, attended Martin County Public Schools graduated in 1978 from Roanoke High School then pursued on to college at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she obtained a BA in interdisciplinary Studies and a Masters, MS, in Speech and Hearing Sciences. She has been practicing speech/language pathologist for the past 30 plus years. She then married and resided in Kinston, NC. She and her husband were led by God to relocate to Zebulon and to worship with the Zebulon First Baptist Church family.

  She became an Associate Ministry at Zebulon First Baptist, under her Pastor, Pastor Edward B. Holloway until the Lord relocated her to another part of the vineyard to serve in 2015. He then appointed her to become the Youth Pastor at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Wendell, NC under the leadership of Pastor Asa Bell, Jr.

For she knows that..... "It's a mighty good thing, to be chosen by God. Its a mighty good thing, to be chosen to serve, so she's learning to never complain, when He calls her name the job might seem hard, but she'll get a special reward because she's been chosen by God."


                                         Women's Day         

        "Women In Motion" : Proverbs 16:9

Wake Missionary Baptist Association, Inc.

2 Chronicles 7:14; Romans 14:12; 2 Timothy 2:15

Sunday,February 26,2017

Michael "Mike" R. Morgan

​Annual Black History Program:

Justice Morgan served on the legal staff of the North Carolina Department of Justice for ten years following law school, first as a research assistant,then as an Associate Attorney General, and later as an Assistant Attorney General. In 1989, he was appointed as an Administrative Law Judge with North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings. While in this capacity, he administered the oath of office to his father, the first and only African-American to serve as mayor of the City of New Bern. This historic event was featured nationally in an article titled "Swearing in His Dad" in the February 19,1990 issue of Jet Magazine. In 1994, Justice Morgan was appointed as a Wake County District Court Judge by Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., and he was subsequently elected to the judgeship by the voters of Wake County in 1996 and again in 2000. He was elected to the Superior Court bench in 2004 for an eight-year term and was re-elected to the post in 2012. In his first statewide quest for elective office. Justice Morgan was elected in November 2016 to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

Sunday,March 29,2017

Wake Baptist Grove Church