If you happened to see people walking around Wednesday with ashes on their foreheads, do not be alarmed.
For Black History Month, I'm delighted to share the story of my grandfather, Floyd Hill.
When Vernon Ricks, 76, looks out at the new Georgetown, he doesn’t necessarily see the high-end stores, scores of tony shops, the expensive restaurants and bars and homes selling for $1 million and more.
The East Washington Heights Baptist Church Gospel Choir will hold its 28th annual Black History Month concert on Feb. 15, themed "Achieving Unity Despite Our Struggles."
Let not your heart be troubled because your body is indeed your temple.
We must ascertain who we really are, and we must have faith to become who and what the Lord sent us to earth to develop into.
The dream dies only when we quit.
When you make plans to obtain the goals and objectives God has given you, obstacles are guaranteed to come your way, but just know that quitting is not an option when you expect to win.
Bishop T.D. Jakes, the world-renowned orator, entrepreneur and pastor, was the featured speaker of New Year's Revival 2015, the three-day praise celebration sponsored each January by Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church of Northeast Washington and First Baptist Church of Glenarden ...
Two days of memorial services and celebrations will be held in Los Angeles next week for late gospel music icon Andraé Crouch, representatives announced.
Gospel superstar Karen Clark Sheard performed to rousing cheers and applause Thursday on the second night of the three-day New Year's Revival 2015, an annual joint celebration between FBCG and Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church in D.C.
Look at life as your textbook and begin to learn from everything that happens.
The focus of this column is to address the use of time and improving in 2015, issues I'm currently addressing in my life.
Charis Goff had never been to nor participated in any Kwanzaa activity until Sunday, when the organization she heads, the Thursday Network, partnered with the National Black United Front to produce the Ujima Kwanzaa Celebration.
Churches around the Washington region are using nontraditional activities to give members — and guests they hope to attract — new ways to spend time in church.