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A Ghost? Or Our God? By Patricia Raybon It’s dark, cold and early. But I’m excited. On this morning, the most important thing I have to do is hear from God. And not just a little bit. I want to […]
As we continue our study of the book of Ester we are reminded that God’s faithfulness is not dependent upon our faithfulness. Also, we discover what an Agagite is!
We continue our study of the book of Esther–the only book in the Bible that doesn’t mention God!
Lisa Sharon-Harper has started quite a discussion over at Sojo.net with her article: A History Lesson for Herman Cain. Every wonder why the majority of African-Americans are Democrats? Why do African-Americans vote for Dems., even though President Lincoln was a […]
One evening, as I sat around the table with a handful of my buddies, the conversation turned toward our fathers. I was quiet for a long time. As a fatherless adult I didn’t know how to engage the topic. Then […]
From AmnestyUSA.org: The day is now here – the state of Georgia has set Troy Davis’ execution date for September 21st. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear his final appeal earlier this year. But the story remains the same – Troy Davis […]
Genelle Guzman-McMillan was the last survivor rescued from the rubble when the towers collapsed. Here’s her story in her own words: “Today I still work for The Port Authority as I did when I clocked in at the World Trade […]
In a previous post I wrote about, The Other Wes Moore, the story of two men with the same name and similar backgrounds yet vastly different destinies. Recently, the Rev. Leon Kelly stopped by The Sankofa Institute for a conversation. He […]