Upon hearing of the death of Joe Paterno, I pondered this question … “Do you think a person can die of a broken heart either because of losing a loved one or not being able to do what they love?” Here is an article to further answer our question. The Boston Globe 10/2007 says YES! […]

Check out the organizations that have most recently qualified as Best Christian Workplaces by obtaining a high score in the anonymous employee engagement survey where employees say the like making a difference, using their gifts, authentic leaders, fun colleagues and changing the world. For the past 10 years, the BCW survey has been conducted in […]

Pastor Freddy T. Wyatt, the lead pastor of Gallery Church in Manhattan, knows he is a minority in New York as a Southern Baptist. But it was the need for churches in the New York area, which is exactly what prompted him to move to the city from Clarksville, Tenn. Mr. Wyatt said it was […]

Did you know that in America on any given night, there are between 700,000 to 2 million people homeless? With these startling facts the most affected is families. Homelessness amongst families are the fastest growing epidemic in our population. The family structure is being challenged everyday with these economical times we live in. SheCares, Inc. […]

Updated Dec 16, 2011 1:12 PM ET RIVERHEAD, N.Y. Two New York high school athletes have been handed one-day suspensions after taking part in a group “Tebowing” session in a corridor at their school, the Riverhead Local reported Thursday. TEBOW TIME Can’t get enough Tebow? Then hang out here. Mimicking the Denver Bronco’s quarterback Tim […]

Bishop Eddie Long is taking a brief leave from the church he transformed into one of the nation’s biggest and most influential, telling congregants at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church Sunday he was going to use the time to heal his family. Channel 2 Action News Eddie Long, the beleaguered pastor of New Birth Missionary […]

Yesterday was a good day. It was a completely filled day, an exhausting, maybe even an overwhelming day, but there was so much good that it was almost hard to take it all in. The day began early with meetings. Then rehearsals. Then more rehearsal. Then it was time for the transformation (oh, that was […]

Madeline Tims to Argue Case for Privacy in New York City Court Room Wednesday   The legal challenge filed by the mother of Zachery Tims to prevent the City of New York and its medical examiner’s office from publicly revealing the Florida pastor’s cause of death goes before a New York State justice this week. […]

“Forgiven Me” is my theme song. It really is! I’m harder on myself than I could ever be on others and I need a lot of forgiveness – so I’ve got to constantly remember that when I confess, God forgives. If I’ve hurt someone, broken someone’s heart, made a bad decision, failed to keep a […]

There is such power in what you say. Whether the words are yours or from a poem, a wise person or the Bible. They can be tools that fuel our existence. I remember I was about 20yrs old and I was dating a guy who lived out of state. It was getting pretty serious around […]

Restoring HOPE in the Lives of Jamaican Youth By: Jason Whyte, B.I.R.D. Apparel, CEO and CO-founder “Jamaican high school students are stressed, suicidal, bullied, and lonely; their parents, for the most part, have no clue.” These were concluding points of the National Council on Drug Abuse (NCDA) survey conducted among Jamaican students in grades 7 […]

Houston and Galveston area churches and Christian organizations are providing an alternative to frenzied Christmas shopping on the day after Thanksgiving; by scheduling community service projects on Friday, November 25th. The churches and Christian organizations are asking families and individuals to celebrate Bless Friday® as an alternative to Black Friday. Chuck Fox, founder of Bless […]