Whew! What a week! Ive been quite busy, how about you? I wanted to let you know that there are four new articles posted this week. I know! Four! The series: The Dichotomy of Black is concluded. Please check back next week for the follow up: Disrupting the Dichotomy of Black Life.
There a special word for you in Feeding Your Spirit. I pray it brings you comfort.
The entertainment world suffered a great loss this weekend, with the death of Comedian, Bernie Mac. He will be sorely missed. Stop by the African American Culture forum and express your thoughts and comments concerning the Comedian. Were you a fan? Share...
Have an awesome week. I look forward to hearing from you and what's on your mind.
Blessings to you and yours,
Here's the latest article from the African American Culture site at BellaOnline.com.
The Dichotomy of the Black Church
What is the most segregated time in America? Sunday morning. Although, more integrated churches can be found than ten years ago. An even newer trend seems to have hit many houses of worship; church divided along the lines of socioeconomic status.
The Dichotomy of Our Church Life
Concluding the series on The Dichotomy of Black Life. The Church has always been a staple for the Black family. So why have we allowed socioeconomic status determine our membership? In order to move forward, we must understand our past, our present and how we got there. Itīs time for a change...
Feeding Your Spirit
There is a Blessing With Your Name
You may be going through hell right now. Things may seem to be crowding in on you. But I encourage you to hold on. God has a blessing with your name on it.
Remembering Bernie Mac
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