For in this hope we were saved. Now hope that is seen is not hope. For who hopes for what he sees? But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience. — Romans 8:24-25 ESV
Bishop William L. Harper, Jr., Prelate, Missouri Eastern First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Church of God in Christ, Inc. was remembered in a touching celebration of his life on March 2, 2023 at Kennerly Temple.
Near the end of Black History Month, I watched a Netflix documentary on Bill Russell, “Bill Russell Legend.” I’m lifelong fan of the game and the NBA, and I saw and remember everything in the documentary from the early 1960s on - I mean everything.
Women of faith filled every seat in The Stifel Theatre last Thursday (Feb. 23) for a sold-out evening of The Hope Revival Tour featuring Sarah Jakes Roberts and special guest Dr. Anita Phillips.
The unmistakable voice of Whitney Houston is powerful and timeless.
A fork in the road is a metaphor for a deciding moment in life or history, when a choice between presented options is required, and once made, the choice cannot be reversed. The chaotic nature of America in this moment is present because America is at that metaphorical fork in the road and t…
Nearly 25 years ago when the Coalition Against Police Crimes & Repression formed, one of its three demands was that police officers must be recruited from the communities they served.
The annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration changed names but still featured amazing Gospel artists and inspirational tributes.
Black religious leaders from Florida and throughout the nation will join Feb. 15-16, 2023, to “Stop the Black Attack” on African American history.
Multi-platinum gospel recording artist Erica Campbell is sharing her joy with the release of a new single “Feel Alright,” which she describes as “an up-tempo affirmation of the power you find in choosing joy even when life is messy and unpredictable.”
Nathan Ivy was named the new executive director of Episcopal City Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri. Most recently, Ivy served as a project director with Vision for Children at Risk in St. Louis, promoting the wellness of young children in the St. Louis metropolitan area. He has a…
Author of “Eternal Justice: How God Intervenes for the Least of Us,” Philip Remington Dunn, has a passion for telling the stories of those he has crossed paths with as a criminal defense attorney and a man of faith.
Bishop William J. Barber II, co-leader of the Poor People’s Campaign and renowned civil rights leader, will become the director of Yale Divinity School’s new Center for Public Theology and Public Policy.
Musician Dizzy Gillespie embraced the Baha’i faith and its belief in universal humanity — a concept he saw reflected in jazz, which he viewed as a blending of musical elements from Africa and Europe.
Multi-instrumentalist James Casey has two goals of establishing a musical legacy and spreading cancer awareness.
The multiple award-winning recording artist, who began singing and ministering professionally when she was 15, has released a holiday song and video titled “Great Christmas.”
There is a parable of the Chinese bamboo tree, a true story that teaches us lessons about patience, faith, perseverance, growth, development and, most importantly, human potential.