'm just simply wishing you a Happy New Year. I don't know bishop how you do it but your ministry and you have been a blessing to so many people.
Year's end letters to the bishop.........
My husband and I want to thank you so much for being so faithful to us and your other readers this past year with your Bishop Speaks columns. My husband and I have sent your articles to our children out of state as well as to many of our friends all over country. Your powerful insights with not only a spiritual foundation but also your sense of joy always comes out as you have made many powerful statements and addressed inportant issues.
Looking forward to 2012 bishop and have a blessed New Years Day.
Just wanted to say how blessed I've been all year reading Bishop Speaks.
I met you a few months ago at the gas station and when I approached you bishop for the first time it was as if we were friends and have known each other for years. Bishop, you're so down to earth that I could not even believe it. I also felt your strong spirit which gave me just what I needed to get through my day.
Bishop, I hope to be reading many more Bishop Speaks in 2012.
My wife and I enjoyed so much seeing you sing and play Silent Night on Facebook Christmas Eve from your home. Not only can you write a great column but you can play the piano and sing as well.
Bishop, your words of wisdom did a great deal for me and when ever I was thinking about doing something stupid I'd think of you and how you might handle the situation. I've been out of prison now for over a year and you've helped me stay on point through Bishop Speaks. I mail out your column to inmates at the prison I was at.
Bishop, know that you're loved and respected by so many and I look forward to reading Bishop Speaks in 2012.
Happy New Year Bishop Moultry!
I'm just simply wishing you a Happy New Year. I don't know bishop how you do it but your ministry and you have been a blessing to so many people. Your Bishop Speaks column have helped me in so many ways when dealing with my teenage son as a single mother. He even respects you bishop and always says you keep it real.
Bishop, have a great Christmas Day with your family and love ones.
You can visit bishop on Facebook under Bishop Prince J. Moultry, visit him at the church 969 E. 140th (off St. Clair Ave) in the heart of the Collinwood Community. You can e-mail bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the church at (216) 761-7100.