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Black Women & Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer seems to be claiming the lives of many African American women than any other race. What can we do to help prevent a greater loss of life, and to get women out their homes and to a doctor for early detection and life sustaining treatment?
Learning to Wait
Waiting can sometimes be the hardest thing to do. But, as we grow maturer, and wisdom takes its place, we come to understand that waiting is the best thing that we could ever do; especially when it comes to God.
Why Do We Do What We Do
Why do we make the decisions that we make? What are our motives. With so much going on in the world today; how much does our faith have to do with what we do?
How Can a Relationship Survive a Crisis
There are countless books and articles on how to save a marriage; how to strengthen a relationship. But when crisis hits, everything that was read will most likely go out the window; especially if you have not identified the unique dynamics of your own relationship.
Can Right of Freedom of Speech Cross the Line
When we exercise our right of Freedom of Speech, there is responsibility that comes with it…and consequences.
The Black Vote
There is just a mere fifty days or so until election day is here. And how we vote will determine who will represent us; our communities; our voice; our choices.
Grace To Begin Again
We've all made mistakes. But we do not have to continue to suffer for them, or feel ashamed. God gives us grace to begin again.
Joy Is Contagious
What a difference we can make in the lives of many when we determine to be people of joy. Joy is infectious. Did you ever notice that when you smile, more often than not, you will get a smile in return? Try it for yourself and let me know what happens.
Get Involved This School Year
Do something this school year by becoming proactively involved in the education process. Get involved. Do something. Ensure that our children received the best education that they have a right to.
African Americans and Stroke
Twice as many African Americans are suffering Stroke as Caucasians. It is time we educate ourselves and spread the word about this silent killer that claims nearly one half of African American Women.
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