Health and Spirit
ATLANTA – During the first national meeting of the newly formed Conference of National Black Churches (CNBC), bishops, pastors, and lay leaders began rolling out the strategic plans for improving the lives of African Americans and the underserved.
Drawing on the latest national data, a new report concludes that marriage is in trouble among so-called "Middle Americans," defined as the 58 percent of adults who have a high school diploma and possibly some post-secondary education, but
When he first walked through the doors of a Project Homeless Connect event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, Henry Belton had been on the streets for more than a decade. For much of that time he had been addicted to crack cocaine and alcohol.
Holiday shopping is overwhelming - especially for parents and caregivers of children with special needs. Yet, with a few smart shopping tips, fulfilling holiday gift lists can be a breeze.
- Reverend Robert L. Campbell, Senior Pastor at New Beginning Christian Church
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