In every situation, you can at least listen, you never know, there could be something you get out of being open minded.
Scripture reminds us how it's more blessed to give than to receive. And it says that when we serve Him, we will become the lender and not the borrower.
Applied faith is that mental attitude which allows you to clear your mind of all fears and doubts and direct it toward actually getting and having whatever you desire in life.
The first thing we need to do to get the hope we need for future achievements is to become curious. Be ready and willing to do and try things you've never done or tried before.
Fiery Baltimore Pastor Jamal-Harrison Bryant, former NAACP Youth and College director and civil rights advocate, will lead a May 1 panel discussion on racial division in 21st century America.
President Obama and his family attended Easter services on Sunday at the 19th Street Baptist Church in Northwest, where Obama once attended before he was inaugurated in 2009.
Fear is a stumbling block for millions because with it, you won't accomplish anything.
Most of us are incapable of “going it alone.” Whether it’s in our careers, in our personal relationships, or in life, we all need others if we are to achieve the level of success we desire.
Several area ministers, many who enjoy the game of golf, are hoping to score a hole-in-one for hunger.
Gospel trailblazer Bobby Jones' new album debuted at #5 on Billboard's gospel chart, the highest first-week performance of his career.
In my humble opinion, without health, you cannot create anything. Health is the ultimate gift because with it, everything else is possible.
You cannot achieve anything if you don't have faith and believe. When you walk around thinking negative thoughts, it causes you to have doubts; you feel down, not lifted up and ready to get the job done at all.
My life changed 30 years ago because of a new book that I read.
In life's storms, we run for cover. This is a time to seek His face in surrendered devotion and prayer by shutting yourself off from others.
The National Medical Association, the nation's largest organization of African-American physicians representing more than 37,000 doctors, announced Monday it is partnering with Enroll America and African-American religious denominations to help educate minority communities about the Affordable Care Act and increase ...