Last week, I shared with you how faith makes the difference. Though I wasn't planning to turn this topic into a series, the Lord directed my steps and inspired me to Google "Stories of Faith."
Former presidential adviser and civil rights leader Vernon Jordan will be the guest speaker at the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church's annual Men's Day on Sept. 22, 2013 during a commemorative service at 10 a.m.
Nothing happens without absolute faith!
The 50th anniversary of the March on Washington Commemorative Committee has worked diligently to ensure that this historic anniversary march, which will take place Saturday, attracts hundreds of thousands, as it did decades ago.
Don't let another individual put you in a grave before your time.
This week, a colleague suggested the story of Mildred Muhammad, the former wife of the D.C. sniper.
In the heat of their rage, men, and some women, seem to forget that it's not their right to batter a person or take their life because of their personal insecurity or low self-esteem.
Are You in an Abusive Relationship?
One of the District's most prominent churches celebrated its 175th anniversary recently with noted Washington area politicians in attendance and a guest speaker who strongly urged the church to continue its work despite adversity.
By special request, I've been asked to write a series of columns on the topic of domestic violence. This is a topic close to my heart, as a former victim of both verbal and physical abuse in my previous marriage ...
There are people we meet in life who enhance our lives, and we're devastated when they leave us. One of my many mentors died June 28, and it seems unreal.
This week's column revolves around my friend and sorority sister the Rev. Dr. Unnia Pettus, who penned the book, "Nobody But God: A Journey of Faith from Tears to Triumph." She's releasing her second book later this year.
A prominent black congressman delivered a stirring address on the importance of fighting the darkness in the human soul at the 150th anniversary of one of the District's well-known churches.
For the past few years, it has been one thing after another, one endless night! But better days have finally come, praise God!
Ward 7 resident Joel Nash-Lebeau walked among the flowers and shrubbery at a recent garden tour, hosted by the Hillcrest Community Civic Association. It's hard to imagine that eight years ago, she and her son fled from New Orleans because ...