It is April, and the Easter egg hunt is drawing nigh. The eggs are fitly prepared with the infilling of sweetness, and aromas from the most delectable nuggets and treats, give or take a coin or two. The excitement builds … Continue reading Learning to Love Yourself
Church membership among Black Americans has decreased by 19% over the past (2) decades, and Gen Z and Millennials are leading the charge. 47% of Black people attend church weekly. 36% attend church a few times a year. 17% seldom/never … Continue reading Stop Using the Word of God As if it’s a Period at the End of a Sentence; Try a Comma Part 1 By Doctor Belinda Kendall
“By the thousands, faceless, anonymous, relentless young people, black and white, have temporarily left the ivory towers of learning for the barricades of bias. Their courageous and disciplined activities have come as a refreshing oasis in a desert sweltering with … Continue reading The March Theme is “Seasons of Refreshing.”
“The Way To Right Wrongs is To Turn the Light of Truth Upon them” – Ida B. Wells It was the night of March the 7th, 1965, 57 years, and one day ago. America watched the Nurenburg Trials, a major … Continue reading It’s a New Season
“The life of a nation is secure only while the nation is honest, truthful, and virtuous.” Fredrick Douglass Blackout: The effort to systematically erase memories of national history. This February, during Black history month, classrooms across the country are at risk … Continue reading The February Theme is entitled Blackout.
It’s 11:59 PM; revelers dot the avenues in each of the well-known and obscure taverns and watering holes. What’s the occasion, Marti Gras, the Superbowl celebrations? It could be, or it may be, it’s just another ordinary Saturday night in … Continue reading Admit it, Quit it, But for God’s Sake Don’t Forget it