The 13 Principles to success were researched and studied over a 20-year period by a man who dedicated six hours every day to reading the holy Bible and then meditated. His name was Napoleon Hill. [read more…]
This year, I’m feeling more thankful than ever before. God has blessed me with an abundance of blessings, most of which were extremely important to me. Frankly, each blessing has felt like a miracle come [read more…]
For the past thirty years, Jack H. Olender, Esq. has hosted his annual Olender Foundation Awards; what a marvelous occasion! The Jack and Lovell Olender Foundation aims to counter poverty and violence and to promote [read more…]
It is my mission in life to share “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill with readers across America. My life was changed the day I read that book. The Holy Bible now makes more sense to me because of this read. Principles as outlined in “Think and Grow Rich” were researched for 20 years by Hill. He teaches how our thoughts control our actions and thus can make or break us. Here is how it all began. [read more…]
WASHINGTON — Leaders of the nation’s major Black churches — representing nearly 13 million African-American members — presented over 10,000 pastors’ signatures to Congressional Black Caucus members in support of President Obama’s Clean Power Plan. The leaders said they are making the effort to push forward the bill, which has a goal to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 32 percent by 2030.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry was installed Sunday as the first African-American to lead the U.S. Episcopal Church. Curry, 62, was elected last summer and confirmed during the church’s 78th general convention. He formally assumed office Sunday and will serve a term of nine years.
Join the DC Belief Host Committee this week as we celebrate Oprah Winfrey’s “Belief Series.” Delighted to join folks from around the world in promoting this docu-series, I thank God for this opportunity. Oprah Winfrey presents this exciting new seven-day series, a groundbreaking, international television event exploring humankind’s ongoing search to connect with something greater than ourselves. This original series invites viewers to witness some of the world’s most fascinating spiritual journeys through the eyes of the believers. [read more…]
It’s not too early to think about Christmas. And it’s certainly never too soon to get into the spirit of the most recognized holiday in the world, said Kevin Matthews, the elder of the more than 4,000 member Evangel Cathedral in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The 25th anniversary of the most spectacular Broadway-style musical in the DMV, the annual Evangel Christmas celebration, begins on Saturday, Dec. 5 at the cathedral.
When it rains, it pours—at least that’s the deluge Abyssinian Development Corporation is experiencing nowadays. It was troubling enough to learn that the corporation, the real estate arm of the prestigious Abyssinian Baptist Church, had been denied more than $3 million in city contracts, but now there are reports that the corporation failed to pay out $2 million to East Harlem Triangle. [read more…]