Welcome to the Zoe life Ministries blog. I am Rev. Delores M. Roberts, Pastor. AKA Ma Ma Zoe. Our mission is to reach and teach the Least, the Last and the Lost. We have some exciting news to share with you. It is our hope that you will be informed, inspired, and empowered to make a difference in the lives of others. Especially our young people. Our goal is to keep you informed through our Book Club, Zoe Theater Group and our Community Outreach Program. We invite you to give comments and become a subscriber by giving us your e-mail.
Back by Popular Demand! ” The Day of Reckoning” at the Capitol View Library, 5100- Central Ave S.E. Washington D. C. Saturday, February 26th at 1:00 pm. This is a FREE!! preformance for the community. COME ONE COME ALL!!!
We will be auditioning for the play and a music video on Sept 29th and Oct 6th from 10:00am to 1:00 pm at the above address. Looking for ages 10 to 55 years of age. Bring your bio or send it to email@example.com and be ready to sing, dance, and do a monolog. We are also looking for volunteers to help manage the stage and cast. For further info contact: Rev. Delores M. Roberts, 301-350-0688 .
Back by popular demand: February 26th, 2013. “The Day Of Reckoning” at the Capitol View Library , 5100-Central Ave, S.E. Washington, D.C. 1:00 pm. This event will be a celebration of “ Black History Month” We also will have a concert. The date will be announced soon. Again we want to thank Mr. Paul Mills and the D.C. Library System for joining in partnership in this effort to make a difference in our communities.
Further, We will be auditioning on Saturday Sept 29th and Oct 6th from 10:00 am to 1:00pm at the Capitol View Library ( lower Level ). We need girls , boys, and adults. Ages 10 to 55 years of age. We are preparing for the play and a music video. Come, bring your bio and be prepared to sing, dance, and do a monolog. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!! All persons under 18 must come with a parent or guardian. For more information or questions contact: Rev. Delores M. Roberts at 301-350-0688 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Extar! Extra! read all about it!!!! “ The Day of Reckoning” Play coming to The Capitol View Library, written and directed by Rev. Delores M. Roberts. This play take an in depth look at everyday life of teenagers during school hours and a mother who did not give up on her child. It is heart-felt, witty and strong in drama. Circle your calander for Febrary 11th 2012, at 2:00 pm, 5100-Central Ave, S.E. Washington, D.C. Our second performance will be on Feb 25th at Capitol View Library. COME ONE COME ALL!!!!! It’s FREE, FREE, You will not be disappointed, bring your family and friends. Win a DOOR Prize!!
Readers! We have two new author in our midst. On September 23rd 2011 at the Zoe Award Gala, Jourden Chase Chastine(9 yrs old) andTrent Jackson( 7yrs old) was introduced to the public as new authors. Jourden is a student at William Diggs Elementary School and Trent is a student at John Handson French Immerison School. Their book signing is slated for the spring of 2012. We are very proud of them. If you like to write, you too can become a author!! Contact: Rev. Roberts at Zoelife3@verizon.net What do you think about ours kids becoming writers? Give our young authors your comments or encouraging words.
Attention all readers, We have some new authors in our midst. Jourden Chase Chastine 9 years of age and Trent Jackson 7 years of age. Jourden attends William Diggs Elementary School and Trent attends John Handson French Immerison School. Their books will soon be published and a book signing is slated for the spring of 2012. Both Jourden and Trent was introduced to the public and received an Award at the Zoe Life Ministries Zoe Award Gala on September 23rd held at Camelot by Martains. Keep up the good work!! We are very proud of you.
Got Ya!! How about the Perry boys! They “Threw Down”!! a surprize 70th Birthday Party for their Mom! And was she surprize? She was over whelmed and over joyed to tears. The Family, Friends and the Community was present. There was special presentations and the food was great and nasty. Perry Boys ! I am proud of you. You gave your mother her flowers while she enjoy them. Great Job!! LOVE YA!! Aunt Lois.
What a performance!!! If you were not at the Publick Playhouse on December 3rd you missed a great! performance by Thuliso Dingwall, Robin Moment-Davis, Jordan Lean,Andrew McLin, Krystle Marvel, Robbin Edwards,Terry Clark, Roderich Lipscomb,Javon Seaward, Ni’gea and Kenya Bethea, Simone Bledsos, Tylenna Patton-Bullock, Austin Ubannwa,Sean-Kristopher Moment, Marc and Caitlin Conn and Imani Lyton. They received nothing but rave reviews. If you missed it you can catch our next performance at the Capitol View Library on Febuary 11th and 22nd at 2:00pm. We have received many request. I thank God for giving my young people the opportunity use their gifts and talents in acting, dance, and singing to bring life to all they encounter.
Comments: ” The mom was so real. I felt her spirit. She made me believe she was truely David’s mom” ” The dancing was extraorginary!!’The Mom and son( Davis/Dingwall) duet ” The Prayer” gave me chills” David(Dingwall) sang “Whats My Purpose” with passion. “ I was inspired by the total performance!” “ Zoe Life Ministries I give you cudoes ” ” This is my third play I have attended that Rev. Roberts has written. She gets better and better!!! Move over Tyler Perry and give Rev. Roberts some space! I believe she is a gifted writer.
If you attened the Performance give me your comments.
Our theme for 2012 is ” Who am I? Culture Diversity, we are the same but we are different.
The school is buzzing with excitment. The students has begun searching with their family members to learn about their ancestory. Each will create their family tree. In February we will have an essay contest , ” Who am I?”. March 29th is our summit. Our guests will be Duane Myko, youth motovational Speaker. You can view him at email@example.com , and M’s Nana Attakora of the Soul Journey Program. We are looking for another successful year.
Congratulations to Zoe Life Ministries on your 10th year in making a difference in the community. We thank God for his wisdom,peace, and love, who do all thinks well.Without Him we would not be. We give Him all the honor and Glory for what he has done. We want to thank all the volunteers and supporters. You truely has made a difference in our effort to reach and teach the Least, the Last, and the Lost.
Congratulations goes out to Ashley Crosby and Kenya Lewis who won the Zoe Richard C. Roberts Scholarship Award. To Linice Jackson, Patrise Hinkle, Doris Libby, and Howard T. Patton,PHD the Zoe Award for outstanding community service. You truely have brought life to many in the community.
Catilin and Marc Conn were magnificent songers. KendraLewis and Nenah Hubbard and the Adagio Dance Theater “WoW” the audiance. Jourden Chastine, Trent Jackson, and Tylena Bullock won honors from our Book Club.
As we embark on our next decade, we will continue to reach,teach, inspire, empower our youth to strive for excellence and to make a difference in our community. We know that our impact is massive and our results are super natural. To God be the glory for the things He has done, doing, and going to do. All honor to the” Most High God”.
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Our county have been plagued with so much negative press in the wake of the Mr. and Mrs Jack Johnson situation. There have been a cloud over district 6 representation because of it. It is time for a new day begining on September 20th. I hope that the residents will turn out to vote. Today I had an opportunity to speak with one of the canidate. M’s Venus Bethea . She is a breath of fresh air. She have a passion for the people in District 6. I believe if she was given the opportunity she would represent dictrict 6 well and with our help get the job done. Check out her web page at www.venusbethea.com. What do you think we need the most in district 6? I think we need safe schools and education reform!! We need somebody with intregrity! Call Venus Bethea at 240-222-2137 and share your concerns.