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Educational Opportunity Can Heal The Racial Divide

Educational Opportunity Can Heal The Racial Divide

“If we expect kids to be losers they will be losers; if we expect them to be winners they will be winners. They rise, or fall, to the level of the expectations of those around them, especially their parents and their teachers.” Those are the words of legendary East Los Angeles math teacher, Jaime Escalante. […]

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Summer Riots Are Coming…Unless! Part II

Summer Riots Are Coming…Unless! Part II

In my first article, I declared that 2015 Summer riots are inevitable unless prayer moves the hand of God. We also concluded that criminal justice reform is one of the bridges to peace that we must focus on in 2015. We will only have long term peace in urban America when a renewed sense of […]

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MLK and the Charleston Nine

MLK and the Charleston Nine

September 18, 1963 Martin Luther King, Jr. found himself in a position all-too-familiar to us today. Just three days prior, 14-year-olds Addie Mae Collins, Cynthia Wesley, Carole Robenson, and 11-year-old Denise McNair were killed when a white supremacist hurled a makeshift bomb near the east side of the Sixteenth Avenue Baptist church during Sunday School. […]

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Influential Urban Christian Leaders & Pastors Speak Out About Same-Sex Marriage

Influential Urban Christian Leaders & Pastors Speak Out About Same-Sex Marriage

In the wake of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states, many of this country’s 173 million Christians including 62+ million evangelicals (Pew Forum) will look to their shepherds to help them interpret what the Court’s decision means for America’s way of life. Thankfully, many brave men and women […]

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How Should Christians Respond to the Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling?

How Should Christians Respond to the Supreme Court’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling?

On Friday, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Constitution mandates that all 50 states allow same-sex couples to be legally married in every state and that every state recognize same-sex marriages from other states. In doing so, what was already the law for 38 states became the law […]

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John Paul Jackson Dies of Cancer

John Paul Jackson Dies of Cancer

Another general has gone home to be with the Lord. John Paul Jackson, an internationally recognized prophet perhaps best known for his biblical-based dream interpretation ministry has gone home to be with the Lord. Jackson had been suffering from cancer in his leg since May 2014 and on Tuesday, February 17th, his ministry put out […]

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Myles Munroe Jr. Releases Statement Concerning Dr. Myles Munroe’s Recent Death

Myles Munroe Jr. Releases Statement Concerning Dr. Myles Munroe’s Recent Death

In the wake of the sudden death of beloved statesman, pastor, author and leader, Dr. Myles Munroe, his son released the following statement on November 12, 2014. In just 2 days, it has been viewed nearly 300,000 from the diaspora of Dr. Munroe’s influence bringing together well-wishers from Africa, America, Europe, Asia and of course, his native Bahamas. […]

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Come Learn about IC4U: Intensive Care for You

Come Learn about IC4U: Intensive Care for You

IC4U – Intensive Care for You, Inc. announces its official launch to debut this Fall, 2014 in Buffalo, New York. IC4U – Intensive Care for You, Inc. is a faith-based nonprofit service organization dedicated to increasing awareness and providing solutions for social, professional, and spiritual conflicts experienced by ministry leaders, their families, and support care. […]

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Joshua Dubois steps down as President Obama’s Director of Faith-Based Partnerships

Joshua Dubois steps down as President Obama’s Director of Faith-Based Partnerships

Besides Michelle Obama, there has been another person who has been there to encourage President Obama since the beginning of his presidency in 2009: Joshua Dubois. The Nashville, TN native recently resigned as  Special Assistant to President Obama and Executive Director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. Aside from the long […]

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Do Guns, Schools & Prayer Mix?

Do Guns, Schools & Prayer Mix?

“The fact that we can\’t prevent every act of violence doesn\’t mean we can\’t steadily reduce the violence.” President Barack Obama declared just 5 days after the Newtown, Connecticut shootings. Just weeks later, a 15-year-old girl, Hadiya Pendleton—who had one week earlier performed at the Presidential inauguration—was fatally shot by stray bullets while standing on […]

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President Barack Obama 2013 Inauguration Speech (Transcript In Its Entirety)

President Barack Obama delivered his second inaugural address on Monday, January 21, 2013. Here is the speech as it was prepared to be delivered in its entirety. In several places President Obama addressed hot button moral issues critical to our nation’s moral direction. We’ve highlighted aspects of the speech below. Please leave your comments! What […]

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