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Brasov is one of the most visited places in Romania.

Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons as one of the seven walled citadels*, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance. 143 more words


Come Out From the Harlot!

‘Since Satan is the god of this world and since the institutional church is also in this world, Satan has power and authority in the Harlot. 99 more words


Kamala Harris at black church: US isn't as split as it seems

ATLANTA (AP) — Making her first high-profile foray into the Southern black church, California Sen. Kamala Harris told a Georgia congregation founded by former freed slaves that the United States remains wracked by racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination that flout the nation’s core values. 562 more words


The Case of Inclusive Faith

The ESHpodcast-Ep02: Released on 8/24/17

In the episode, Empowerment Starts Here with Rev. Gwen Thomas. In it, she speaks passionately about the value of not only welcoming people in their differences but celebrating them in their differences. 71 more words

The ESH Podcast

When Grandmother’s Lemonade Met Queen Sugar: How Black Millennial Women Began Reclaiming Spiritual Space Through Art and Media

(Beyonce as featured in the Redemption section of her 2016 visual album Lemonade)

Since the moment that human beings developed religion as an aspect of culture, women have been powerful priestesses, healers, and conjurers across various spiritual traditions.  884 more words


In a stunning display of the Love of Money, COGIC, Inc. has placed a lien against a local church; Greater First Church of God in Christ located in Knoxville, Tennessee. 117 more words


Millennials & the Church Part 1

Millennials: Born from 1982-2002

Praise the Lord Saints, we’re going to tackle why black millennials have stopped coming to church. I got asked about it from a few friends that are leaders in the church and figured I’d offer my perspective and the anonymous perspective of a few friends. 946 more words