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Reaching The Next Generation
Are we raising leaders or followers? Are we raising trailblazers and world changers? Or, are we raising a generation that will destroy themselves before they reach the age of thirty? There is a need to be fed with truth, encouragement and hope. Are you willing to make the difference?
Getting to Know God
Many have asked how do you get to know God. I find that, Knowing God--getting to know God--is in our daily tasks of following Him. It is in the very things that we do on a daily basis.
Wise and Powerful Choices
We shouldn’t vote for someone because he is Black or because, someone is White. Voting is taking responsibility for what you want to see changed in your life. Your voice is important. And, what you do with it, affects the next four to eight years. We can make wise and powerful choices.
Feeding Your Spirit
We have so many responsibilities in our lives. We are so busy taken care of everyone and everything, that we have neglected a crucial part in our lives: our spirit. God desires our time, and wants to give us what we need to make it through our daily lives.
Black Life and Responsibility
We have read all the statistics concerning poverty in the Black community. As well as, the marriage statistics, the number of black children in foster care. You do not need anyone to tell you that times are hard. Who is responsible for all that is going on? What can be done?
TV One, African American Television
TV One is an authentic representation of the beauty of African American culture.
Poverty and Life in The Black Community
It is wonderful to see the success of many Black people. It can give hope to some, that there is the possibility for them to succeed, as well. However, obtaining it seems to be quite elusive for many in the Black community.
Black Children and Foster Care
While researching the ins and outs of foster care, it was well noted the high rate of African American children that enter the foster care sytsem, the longevity of their stay, and the difficulty of placing them or having them adopted. Educating oneself is key to helping...
A day to celebrate the women in our lives. Our mother's are precious, and deserve to be recognozed for all that they do.
National Foster Care Month
May is the national Foster Care month. It is estimated that nearly 600,000 children are now in the foster care system. Thirty-five percent of those children are African American. Learn more about what we can do change lives, one child at a time.
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