Thanksgiving 2023 Reflections — Planting Gratitude and Harvesting a Bounty
While the world seems to be crumbling around us, we must take heart in the lessons of our fathers and mothers who survived during much darker days than these. In those dark hours, their lips did not drip with hate; rather they turned to the wisdom of the Scriptures to guide their actions.
On The Issues That Matter, ‘Where You At?’
In the midst of October’s spooky season, my digital presence was unexpectedly invaded. One of my accounts was hijacked, and mysterious songs began infiltrating my posts. In a world where technology increasingly defines our identity and influence, I turned to a digital native, my 12-year-old granddaughter. I refuse to give authority to the powers of this dark world. Halloween will not play a trick on me. I had my granddaughter cleanse my account by flooding it with gospel hymns, a blend of contemporary and classical music.
A Diverse Group of Women Faith Leaders from Around the Nation will Hold an Historic Panel Discussion to Address the Impact of Abortion on Minority and Marginalized Communities
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Op-Ed: America’s Independence on a Precipice, but Hope Remains
America’s July 4 observance in 2023 arrives with more skin color arguments, affirmative action disputes, global unrest, domestic debates, political battles and natural disasters.