Have you looked back on memorable days in your life? You'll cherish those thoughts for a lifetime. Such a day happened for me recently.
Baking one's bread in the oven of another means forgiving first, before the offense has opportunity to "rise" and become the bitter bread of unkind words and hurtful actions.
God will order our steps, lift us up and give us a second chance.
Just as day becomes night or spring switches to fall, everything that comes our way is part of God’s plan; we are His vehicle.
Who do you know that's famous, achieved their goals easily and never failed? No one!
You feel a burning desire to achieve the goal you were sent here to achieve. You who know, without a shadow of doubt that you will reach your goal.
In the last week of June, as the nation was still mourning and mulling over the massacre at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston, S.C., seven other Black churches across the South went up in flames. Solidarity came out of the ...
Have you tried a new idea, but because you were not successful at it, you quit? And others of you tried and failed several times, and then you quit. You're not alone.
The son of the late Apostle Betty P. Peebles received a victory after a D.C. Superior Court judge ruled recently he can be reinstated at Jericho City of Praise Church in Landover, Maryland, which his parents founded more than five ...
The recent election of Bishop Michael Curry as the 27th presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church — the first African-American to hold the denomination's highest office — to succeed the church's first female presiding bishop is expected to help atone ...
This week, I'm compelled to write this tribute to Denise Barnes, editor of The Washington Informer Newspaper, who passed away recently.
Bishop William Phillips DeVeaux, Presiding Prelate of the Second Episcopal District, Presiding Elder Ronald E. Braxton and Presiding Elder Louis-Charles Harvey of the Washington Conference joined The Rev. William H. Lamar IV, Pastor of Metropolitan A.M.E. Church in calling the ...
God didn't create us with a "fear gene." Fear didn't enter into the garden until sin entered.
Though suffering and deep in pain from the loss of loved ones at the hands of Dylann Roof at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina, they reflected the finest reflection of Christian values.
This week, it was as though we were reliving Sept. 15, 1963, all over again.