T D Harrison mention The Daily Journal (New Bern, North Carolina Oct 6, 1910
f If' " . , 'w District Conference A; M. K, Zion , . ChurcB. -f ' "-' ; -Mavsville. Oct. 4. --Th 29th aaalon of, tbe. restrict Conference, .Sabbath School and Christian Eodeavor Conven tion of the New Bern district A M E Zion church met with St7 Lukes at .11 a. m. Tueadnv fW-L-Jfh lain mith Po W i Moore D D, presidiEir elder, Hon. W W Lawrence was elected Secrettry; T O White and G T Rhem. Marshals: R E ft Fields, Linerest; Rev i. P Moore Poet Messenarer: Rev i T Jack son, Reporter to the Star of Zion and the Kew Bern iam&&T&M&i'?. .The several committees were appointed. At 2 mi Rev. TD Harrison Uned hymn No.-161, f0 Ood oor help mages pissed.'tc" wtach,i was sung by'he wmgregtirjDiii : Rv. Fyf White read a the i Scripture leason Acta 26:110. Rev. J R Oden lead in fervent prayer, Rev. Harr.ison Tioed hVmn No. 672. "How Beauteous arojtho Feet; etc. . , l-Mi: C Rev F W Whitftwas Introduced to preach the openicar sermon, he took' for his tex,t Act26 VHavwg therefore obtained pelp from God, I have .con tained until this day." , " T The speaker maid in part, that Pan! was glad to nave tn privilege to stand before Agri ppa, because he knew him from hit youth; and knew that he had been against the church. Then ' he told tae King of bis conversion and how4he Jews had tried, to kill hire, but, having obtained help f rom God, I have contin ued until this day. The King Said Paul aad almost persuaded him to be a Christian. That be declared to Feetua that he, was not mad. A great- and glorious-. sermon was preached. "O hong our hearts did burn while the man of God spoke to us." Rev. T D Harrison addressed the throne of grace, after which a collection of $6.00 was taken. After he enlargement ot committees we ad journed at 1.30 p m.