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January 3, 2018

LISTEN: How to Win at Spiritual Warfare Through Prayer, Part 6 (Praying Through the Bible #278 with Daniel Whyte III)

TEXT: Ephesians 6:18-20 18 Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints; 19 And for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open... Continue Reading →

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Hoda Kotb Will Reportedly Make $18 Million Less Than Matt Lauer as ‘Today’ Show Co-Host

Hoda Kotb is officially replacing Matt Lauer as the co-host of the Today show with Savannah Guthrie, but reportedly will make millions less than her disgraced predecessor. According to “Page Six,” sources at NBC say that Kotb will be making an impressive... Continue Reading →

Tavis Smiley’s MLK Book Stage Adaptation – Set to Begin King Day, January 15th – Suspended Amid Sexual Harassment Accusations

The 40-city tour of a stage adaptation of Tavis Smiley’s Martin Luther King Jr. book, Death of a King, has been suspended, according to the New York Times. PBS suspended Smiley’s show following an investigation into sexual-harassment accusations that found “credible evidence” of misconduct,... Continue Reading →

Harvard Announces Gullah Language Course as Part of Its African Language Program

Harvard University will have a new class available this fall, and it is a class centered around the Gullah people and their language. Gullah is a language that was birthed in what is called the “low country” region of South... Continue Reading →

Roni Dean-Burren, Ph.D. on How Black Christians Are Stalling Black Liberation

Church makes me sick. Christians make me sick. I really do mean that. They make me sick. Wait. Let me reword that. We make me sick. I regularly attend a church. I am a Christian, but there are plenty of days that... Continue Reading →

President of Catholic Rights Organization, Catholic League, says Jay-Z’s ‘Family Feud’ Music Video is “Gratuitous” and “Exploitative”

Jay-Z’s star-studded, Ava Duvernay directed video for the song “Family Feud” from his Grammy-nominated album 4:44 isn’t even a week old and has already drawn criticism and controversy. The latest is from a Catholic rights organization called Catholic League, whose President Bill Donahue... Continue Reading →

Kitty Hawk Methodist Church Suspends Lead Pastor After 4 Women Accuse Him of Sexual Harassment

The North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church has confirmed that four women have made sexual harassment complaints about Pastor Jonathan Mills of Kitty Hawk Methodist. Conference communications director Derek Leek says Pastor Mills is suspended for up to... Continue Reading →

10 Delicious Diabetic-Friendly Cookie Recipes

Oh, sweet! Cookie lovers, you're in for a treat. These cookies and bars contain simple substitutions that taste great and keep your blood sugar levels in check, whether they're low-fat, sweetened with dried fruits, or made with whole wheat flour.... Continue Reading →

Positive Moves Happening for Jerusalem

The Knesset, Israel’s unicameral legislature, voted 64 to 51 on Tuesday to pass a law that was designed to prevent the government from entering into any agreement to divide the city of Jerusalem in future peace negotiations. This law will... Continue Reading →

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