What legacy will our children leave? What cause will our youth stand for in their generation? During Black History Month, we reflect as a nation on the accomplishments of African Americans. From the injustices of slavery to the innovators of our time, we remember those who are strong and courageous, and who make a difference, […]
History has always been one of my favourite subjects to study. But as great a student as I was, there are just some things I don’t recall ever learning. The history of Memorial Day is one of them. To be fair, this lesson could have been lost in my memories of my chaotic “normal” Junior […]
Editorial by Pastor Patrick E. Winfield, II, Campus Pastor, The Potter\’s House of Ft. WorthÂ Many of the world\’s problems have the same origin: pride, lust and greed. These are issues of humanity in any historical period and the Bible goes to great lengths to address them. Morality must have a center and a slate […]
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.
By Dr. Tony Evans The reason why an awareness and authentic understanding of Black History is so necessary is because without it, we are frequently left to define ourselves with an anemic view of who we are. Anytime people have an incomplete or inaccurate view of themselves, it affects their actions and simultaneously reinforces preconceived […]