Energy efficiency serves two purposes, church officials say: It saves money that can aid members, and improves aging facilities.
Ten-time Grammy winner Kirk Franklin will perform two decades worth of gospel hits Saturday night as his "20 Years in One Night" tour rolls into the Warner Theatre in northwest D.C.
The day I took that walk through Destiny's Door, trusting in God, was the first day steps were taken toward turning my dreams into reality.
A group of D.C.-area Muslims held a panel to address growing Islamophobia in a hostile political climate, specifically in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III was the main speaker at a church in the Greater Washington Area on March 1.
This week, the Lord has given me a testimony for this column.
Finding is a principle reserved only for those who have worked and thus have planted, and you're now ready to reap from what you've sown.
Though Carter G. Woodson founded The Association for the Study of African American Life and History 100 years ago as the Study of Negro Life and History, on Saturday, the group — led by Sylvia Cyrus, the longest-serving executive director ...
I'm asking for your support for The African-American Civil War Memorial, now a national monument maintained by The National Park Service, yet no permanent park rangers have been assigned.
Retired D.C. Public Schools educator Christine Davis Easterling said her new book, "Divine, Miraculous, Magnificent," emphasizes the importance of Christ's miracles in both his lifetime and people of the modern world.
We celebrate Black History Month with this salute to the legendary Lady Tramaine Hawkins, someone who was a part of the ministry that gave yet another change to gospel music.
The Rev. Howard-John Wesley says kindness and philanthropy should be done just to put a smile on people's faces.
Such a powerful organ, our brain, is more than we can imagine. However, when we bring together other like minds, the strength of the group becomes overwhelmingly powerful.
Many people see small problems, molehills, as a major mountain blocking their path. Only a few choose to see a mountain in their path as an opportunity to gain a broader perspective as they continue to travel along life's journey.
Isn't it a lot faster to make a decision about what it is you do want rather than talk about what you don't want?