Message from the desk of Archbishop McComb


January 2013


Greetings to the People of God!


What a blessing to be standing on the threshold of a New Year that is filled with great promise for the believers in Christ.  It is our desire that each of you will both prosper and be in health even as your souls prosper.

I’d like to begin by expressing my gratitude for the love and faithful support of the many Christian brothers and sisters who have passed through the corridors of this ministry by way of this web-site.   I know that there is no shortage of Christian (and other) web-sites that one can visit.  That you were directed by the Holy Spirit to “look us up” is no coincidence, as I am a firm believer that God does not work in coincidences.  Everything that happens is divinely orchestrated by the guiding hand of our merciful Father.   Consequently, I welcome you to this site and to visit with us in person if ever you are within the area of any of our local ministries.

As I reflected on the year 2013, I considered that one spiritual meaning of the number thirteen is the bonding of many into one.  This number also signifies a turning point from within one's life, a turning point that indicates increased responsibility and accountability.  As such, I believe that this is the year that God will connect His people into a unified body.  For various reasons, we have conducted His business in fragmented, separated, individualized entities.  But God is calling for a unified people who will love, serve, witness, and dutifully carry-out His Kingdom work in this present age.  The focus has to be on the things of eternal significance and not on “our ministries.”  When we all come together, we can effect changes that truly have eternal ramifications.

The question might be asked, “How will we accomplish such a challenging task.”  My answer is to direct you to the Word of God.  In the Gospel of Saint John, Jesus uses on the whole 13 comparisons or titles to designate who He is really:


1. I am the Bread (John 6:35 and 6:48 and 6:51)

2. I am the Light (John 8:12 and 9:5)

3. I am the Gate (John 10:7 and 10:9)

4. I am the Good Shepherd (John 10:11 and 10:14)

5. I am the Resurrection (John 11:25)

6. I am the Way (John 14:6)

7. I am the Truth (John 14:6)

8. I am the Life (John 14:6)

9. I am the Vine (John 15:5)

10. I am the King (John 18:37 and 19:21)

11. I am Son of God (John 10:36)

12. I am in the Father (John 14:10 and 14:11 and 14:20 and 17:8)

13. I am (John 8:24 and 8:28 and 8:58 and 13:19)


As we continue to go to the source, to the “I AM”, in complete reliance upon Him - we will be able to do the exceeding, abundantly above all that we can ever ask or imagine.

To God be the glory!


Archbishop Carl McComb





DCFWC Christian Women Ministry will have a Prayer Shut-in "Women's Night Out" on Friday night, March 24th beginning at 10:30 PM and culminating with a breakfast on the morning of Saturday, March 25th at 7:30 AM.  Several speakers and praise and worship leaders have been invited to participate in what is planned as a time to focus on learning to pray and praying throughout the night.  The POC is Sister Hilliard.


The Archdiocese United Christian Fellowship in conjunction with CRW announces The College Readiness Workshop.  This will be a 3-part course designed to introduce and prepare high school students, grades 9-12, for the college experience.  Students will engage in college and career planning, find scholarships, build writing and communication skills, develop social skills and best practices, and learn the history and purpose of HBCU's.  The schedule is as follows: Part 1 - Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 9am to 12pm; Part 2 - Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 9am to 12 pm; Part 3 - Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 9am to 12pm.  To register, please send an email containing the student's name, parent/guardian name, student grade level, and contact number to Program Director, Sis. Tenita Strand (  The registration deadline is Wednesday, March 15, 2017.  Any HBCU graduates interested in being a member of the interview panel or who have general questions is asked to email or call 334-498-0067.  Refreshments will be served.


 Christian Tonic: "Don't let us yield to temptation." (Matthew 6:13)

We should make our temptations a constant focus of prayer.





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