The Operation Ten City Tour got off to a rousing start in St. Louis, providing economic and spiritual resources for business owners, training for next generation of leaders, employment opportunities, and small business loans.
The Rev. John W. Woodall Jr. began his pastoral process, the journey every pastor must take to find the right church they will preach for, 15 years ago.
The Missouri Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church [MACUMC] has released season three of the Faith and Race Podcast, which highlights the legacies of five of Missouri’s Historically Black United Methodist Churches.
Who would have thought that the “Queen of Gospel” – whose inspired singing, for many years, was known to many households in America – would be nearly forgotten only a generation after her departure?
Gospel music will sound off in support of mental during the How Sweet the Sound competition on June 4, 2022, in Greenville, South Carolina.
Bobby Jones, international gospel artist and host of BET’s longest running show, “Bobby Jones Gospel,” joined with more than 75 clergy and faith community members to light the flame of the Urban league of Metropolitan St. Louis Grill to Glory faith-based initiative on May 5, 2022.
April 4, 1968, the day Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered, is a significant date to be remembered. On that date this year, Bishop William J. Barber II of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival held a press conference at the National Press Club to show how ext…
We hear a lot about freedom, rights, and liberty these days. People squawk about the right to choose, whether it be about gun ownership, sexual orientation, rae,, Democrat, Republican – you name it! – It all comes down to a choice.
Human beings are familiar with the experience of day and night. Light and darkness are used as metaphors. Light symbolizes what is good. Dark symbolizes what is not good or evil. If a person doesn’t understand something, he or she is said to be “in the dark.”
Becoming a gospel musician or music producer is a path that often goes through a church. But one university in Richmond is hoping to provide another route.
Remember Maya Angelou’s poem, “Still I Rise”? Let me cite just the first stanza. It says, “You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies, you may trod me in the very dirt, but still, like dust, I’ll rise.”