According to Domestic Violence Statistics, a national nonprofit organization, domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women — more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined. In this column, I share yet another sad story.
A team of African-American preachers has sent a letter to President Barack Obama affirming their "commitment to the Affordable Care Act" even as the president has ordered the website overhauled.
This week, I once again return to a subject that very few people like to discuss.
This is another series on "The Big Secret" — domestic violence — in which I penned a five-part installment earlier this year.
This week, America enters a new phase; we now have affordable health care, thanks to President Barack Obama!
Read, study and learn all you can so that you will know what your options are for health care for you and your family.
On Sunday, Sept. 22, the National Congress of Black Women, Inc., will host their 29th Annual Fundraiser at the Capital Hilton Hotel in Northwest.
Shiloh Baptist Church announced Friday that Rep. John Lewis will serve as the Sesquicentennial Preacher to deliver the 150th Anniversary sermon on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013 at the 10:55 a.m. service.
None of us are strong in every area. And that’s actually good. If you were good at everything, you wouldn't need the rest of the Body of Christ.
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.