In the scriptures, according to the book of Job, we learn that despite the fact God allowed Satan to afflict Job, limits were set.
The 2016 presidential election is a month away and a coalition of D.C. pastors say that too much is at stake for African-Americans to stay home and not vote just because they may not like the choice of candidates.
Saturday was a very historic day for America!
The Rev. Henry P. Davis, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Highland Park, has been focused on ministering to his flock and building a new multimillion-dollar sanctuary that will open next month. But after watching recent news reports about ...
Why must we face trials and tribulations and why should we be told to count them a joy? Is there a right way and a wrong way to approach trials?
When we look back over our lives, if we look very carefully, we will find out just how words come to life!
The 15-year-old Philadelphia boy whose angelic voice stunned the world during a September 2015 performance for Pope Francis will perform this month at a service for the African American Ministers Leadership Council's annual convention in downtown Richmond.
Please join the Fauntroy Support Group as they sponsor an exciting District-wide "Benefit" tribute to Rev. Walter Fauntroy and his wife Dorothy on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 5 p.m.
The civil rights leader and organizer of the Moral Mondays protests in North Carolina took to the pulpit in two churches in D.C. last Sunday to promote the Revival for a Moral Revolution of Values.
I will be eternally grateful for the kindness George Curry showed me.
This faith story is courtesy of Olympic champion Gabrielle Douglas, who won two gold medals during the 2012 Summer Olympics and a silver and gold this year in Rio.
This is an article to jog your memory us of just how imperative it is for each of us to take care of our bodies, beginning with our diets.
Rev. William Barber II hasn't always held the national spotlight, but once he got it at the DNC convention, he made the most of it.
Former U.S. Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy entered the sanctuary Sunday at New Bethel Baptist Church in northwest D.C. just as the Rev. Dexter Nutall asked parishioners to bow their heads and pray.
Was your family close? Did they really love one another? Would they protect each other, never allowing someone to bother a younger sibling? That's how my family did it.