In an unexpected announcement, it was disclosed to media on October 12, 2011 that Paul Crouch, Jr., son of Trinity Broadcasting Network founders, Paul, Sr. and JanÂ CrouchÂ has resigned to “pursue other ministryÂ opportunities. At press time, Paul Jr.’s plans have not yet been unannounced however, it is reported that Paul Sr. will take over the chief […]
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“Brownisms” 101 1. What is Mr. Brown\’s favorite saying? “What the What?!” â€“ because it goes with anything. I don\’t cuss so I just say, â€œWhat the what?!â€ 2. Where did Mr. Brown learn to dance like that? â€œIt\’s from the Lord. I\’ve got angels on my feet and they lift me higggghhhheeerrr!â€ 3. Is […]
If you missed this year’s Stand One Body event, check out these images and make plans to be in the ATL next year!
On Monday, September 26 at 7:30 pm EST, President Barack Obama’s interview regarding how TheÂ AmericanÂ Jobs Act will impact African Americans will air on BET. The President is expected to talk specifically about how this legislation will affect African Americans.Â Emmy-Award winning news journalist Emmett Miller conducts the one-on-one interview. Here is a fact-sheet from the White […]
Religious Leaders Tweet in Protest to Troy Davis Execution What was your reaction to the Troy Davis execution? Were you outraged because you believe Troy Davis was innocent or was this a referendum on capital punishment? Did Christian leaders get more involved than they should have on this issue?
Of the approximately 14 million unemployed Americans, 16.7 percent are black, marking a 27-year high. Comparatively check out the unemployment rates among other ethnicities: Hispanics â€“ 11.3 percent, Whites â€“ 8.0 and Asians â€“ 7.1 percent.*
During the week of December 6-9, 2011, CNBC will convene its annual â€œConsultationâ€ at the Marriott Hotel in Richmond, VA., to address a number of concerns that are plaguing the African American community. However, at the top of the agenda will be incarceration.
This year, during the last week of May, over 3000 people debarked from Miami, Fl, on the Cruise With a Cause, bound for Montego Bay, Jamaica. It was one of the most innovative and life-changing outreach efforts that most of the participants had ever experienced. The result? 21,142 decisions were made for Christ!
Gospel Today's Sep/Oct Cover Story...As of July 26, 2011, Dr. Michael Aaron Freeman became the new President of FICWFM!
The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial is a memorial scheduled to be dedicated on Washington, D.C.'s National Mall on August 28, 2011, the 48th anniversary of King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
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Cascade United Methodist's Pastor, Marvin A. Moss presented a check to Morris Brown's Dr. Stanley Pritchett at the 8 a.m. service. The check paid off the institution's debt.
Broadcaster Tavis Smiley and Princeton professor Cornel West\'s 18-city â€œPoverty Tour: A Call to Conscience,â€ was implemented to focus President Barack Obama's attention on the plight of America's poor peopleâ€”particularly African Americans, whose jobless rate exceeds 15 percent.
The New York City Police Department reports Pastor Zachary Tims was found unresponsive on the floor in the room. Emergency responders pronounced him deceased. The New York City Medical Examiners office is awaiting results of an autopsy.
A national Barna Research study released August 2, 2011, concludes: â€œBlacks possess beliefs most likely to align with those taught in the Bible.â€