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Rebuilding the American Family

Is it up to the church?

By Linda Gilden

Years ago America celebrated its foundation on faith in God and strong traditional families of a father, a mother, and children living together under one roof. 617 more words


Are African American Churches Derailing African America's Economic Progress?

By William A. Foster, IV

“You know our people, they want their leaders to be prosperous. One hand washes the other.” – Brother Baines (character from Malcolm X) 2,112 more words


Land of Many Colours, Part I

This post was written nearly two weeks ago while I was still in Iceland. I’ve got few more from my time there so keep an eye out. 720 more words


Luv Reigns Supreme

We all want to be loved.  No matter what we say, how we act or even ways we show out.  Love is what we all crave on some level.   534 more words

An Embodied Lent

Photo credit http://www.inmanparkumc.org/2015/02/lent-at-ipumc/

Lent is traditionally the time in the Christian calendar where believers give up something as a way of deepening their relationship with God.  265 more words