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F. N. Williams

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African American News & Issues

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Pastor F. N. Williams | AFRICAN AMERICAN NEWS Browsing the " Pastor F. N. Williams " Pastor F. N. Williams, Sr. celebrates 85th Birthday aframnews Community, Religion January 27th, 2014 0 Comments 12 views Pastor F. N. Williams, Sr. celebrates 85th Birthday


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"Children have the right to learn and to feel safe," Houston Ministers Against Crime President F. N. Williams said during the press conference.


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Rev. F. N. Williams Sr., President, Houston Ministers Against Crime


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(l-r) Rev. Anthony Shelton, Rev. Lee Jones, Rev. F. N. Williams, Dean Charles H. Lewter,IV, and Lee Nelson Jones
(l-r) Rev. Anthony Shelton, Rev. Lee Jones, Rev. F. N. Williams, Dean Charles H. Lewter,IV, and Lee Nelson Jones Pastor F. N. Williams, 85, who was honored at the conference with the Senior Minister of the Year Award, said preachers have been challenged to go back to their churches and not just preach, but to make that real difference. “We are losing ground and slipping further behind each day,� he said. “We must meet today's changes with the kind of change that challenges our people to change their appearances and goals and teach them to embrace and reflect the true blueprint for Black freedom.� Even though he received an award, he said it was not the priority or the highlight of the conference for him. According to Williams, the battleground has been drawn and social and economic change for the Black community and there is a need to develop a new consciousness about real priorities and it must start with preachers and the church. He blamed the current dilemma facing the Black community on the selfishness and poor vision of some and the neglect of others. Williams also contends that the struggle between Elitist Blacks and Middle Class Blacks have created damaging divisions in the community and left poor in the community fending for themselves. “We have hurt ourselves by creating a new class caste system among our own people,� he said. “Churches must now step forward, take the lead again and be the source for change.� He also said efforts must me stepped up to get parents and pastors on the same page when it comes to educating, training and disciplining youth. “We don't want them to give up, we want them to partner with us and participate in the push for improvements in the community,� he said. “We must save our young people.� He said African-Americans must also start reading conscious Black newspapers and other valuable information that will educate and help advance the cause of making our people ready for the future. “ Social change starts here.� Williams said. (l-r) Ron Reynolds, Sylvester Turner, Sheila Jackson Lee, Constable Alan Rosen, Senator John Whitmire, Shirley Ann Malonson, Roy Douglas Malonson, Pastor F. N. Williams, & Lane Lewis (l-r) Ron Reynolds, Sylvester Turner, Sheila Jackson Lee, Constable Alan Rosen, Senator John Whitmire, Shirley Ann Malonson, Roy Douglas Malonson, Pastor F. N. Williams, & Lane Lewis The event was sponsored by State Representative Sylvester Turner, The North Churches, the Houston Baptist Pastors and Ministers Fellowship and Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor F.N. Williams Sr., who served as master of ceremonies and also pastors the church, said this year's tribute was memorable and should cause Black people not only to refocus and recommit to advancing the dream that Martin Luther King Jr. lived and died for. Those honored for their dedication and community service included businesswoman and Acres Home resident Gertha Hayward, African-American News&Issues Publisher Roy Douglas Malonson and Pastor F.N. Williams, Sr. A host of dignitaries were present for the event including U.S. Congressional Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee and Al Green, longtime State Sen. Words cannot express my joy and happiness,� said Pastor Williams. Pastor F.N. Williams has been in ministry for 65 years and in leadership of Antioch MBC for 55 years. Antioch MBC is located at 5902 Beall Street, Houston, Texas 77091.


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(l-r) Rev. Anthony Shelton, Rev. Lee Jones, Rev. F. N. Williams, Dean Charles H. Lewter,IV, and Lee Nelson Jones
(l-r) Rev. Anthony Shelton, Rev. Lee Jones, Rev. F. N. Williams, Dean Charles H. Lewter,IV, and Lee Nelson Jones Pastor F. N. Williams, 85, who was honored at the conference with the Senior Minister of the Year Award, said preachers have been challenged to go back to their churches and not just preach, but to make that real difference. “We are losing ground and slipping further behind each day,� he said. “We must meet today's changes with the kind of change that challenges our people to change their appearances and goals and teach them to embrace and reflect the true blueprint for Black freedom.� Even though he received an award, he said it was not the priority or the highlight of the conference for him. According to Williams, the battleground has been drawn and social and economic change for the Black community and there is a need to develop a new consciousness about real priorities and it must start with preachers and the church. He blamed the current dilemma facing the Black community on the selfishness and poor vision of some and the neglect of others. Williams also contends that the struggle between Elitist Blacks and Middle Class Blacks have created damaging divisions in the community and left poor in the community fending for themselves. “We have hurt ourselves by creating a new class caste system among our own people,� he said. “Churches must now step forward, take the lead again and be the source for change.� He also said efforts must me stepped up to get parents and pastors on the same page when it comes to educating, training and disciplining youth. “We don't want them to give up, we want them to partner with us and participate in the push for improvements in the community,� he said. “We must save our young people.� He said African-Americans must also start reading conscious Black newspapers and other valuable information that will educate and help advance the cause of making our people ready for the future. “ Social change starts here.� Williams said. (l-r) Ron Reynolds, Sylvester Turner, Sheila Jackson Lee, Constable Alan Rosen, Senator John Whitmire, Shirley Ann Malonson, Roy Douglas Malonson, Pastor F. N. Williams, & Lane Lewis (l-r) Ron Reynolds, Sylvester Turner, Sheila Jackson Lee, Constable Alan Rosen, Senator John Whitmire, Shirley Ann Malonson, Roy Douglas Malonson, Pastor F. N. Williams, & Lane Lewis The event was sponsored by State Representative Sylvester Turner, The North Churches, the Houston Baptist Pastors and Ministers Fellowship and Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor F.N. Williams Sr., who served as master of ceremonies and also pastors the church, said this year's tribute was memorable and should cause Black people not only to refocus and recommit to advancing the dream that Martin Luther King Jr. lived and died for. Those honored for their dedication and community service included businesswoman and Acres Home resident Gertha Hayward, African-American News&Issues Publisher Roy Douglas Malonson and Pastor F.N. Williams, Sr. A host of dignitaries were present for the event including U.S. Congressional Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee and Al Green, longtime State Sen.


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