Georgetown Law is the nation’s largest law school and Emhoff will serve as a Distinguished Visitor from Practice teaching coursework in “Entertainment Law Disputes” during this spring semester.

  Jesus said, “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the body more important than clothes?” (Matthew 6:25). Jesus made it CLEAR: Never worry as we see the apostle Paul […]

As we all live we experience the trials of life. Many times some of us are left defeated because we feel we didn’t win in the battle. That want the enemy wants you to feel like you cant win and you will never win. Keep in mind the enemy is the father of lies and […]

New Music By Brother Marcus of Praise 107.9. May people are enjoying this NEW song THE TRAIN. Its mixed with some old fashion old school Gospel flavor and infused with a today generational vibe produced by BJ Shores. Get up on THIS TRAIN!!!!!! Let’s keep this Love going and going and Touching lives….. The TRAIN […]

Call  – If you know a veteran or family of a fallen soldier, call them and say thank you. Let them know you appreciate what they have done for you as an individual and for our country. Fly a flag half-staff until noon. Memorial Day is a national day of mourning. Great way to show the […]

Everyone remembers the controversial photo, taken in the White House’s Oval Office, of President Trump with a group of presidents of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s). Many said at the time that it was no more than a “photo op” with Trump “using” the Black college presidents for political advantage. (say “cheese!”) You’ll probably […]

There I was, Thursday evening, April 7th, standing in front of a class of students at my old school, Temple University, speaking about speaking – Public Speaking, to be exact. No, I won’t be adding “Professor” to my name any time soon! I was invited by my friend Rev. Michael Robinson to speak to his […]

Everyone knows that in the realm of higher education, the Ivy League universities rule. They’re the country’s most prestigious and thought to be among the world’s best schools. Yale, Harvard, Penn and the others are also considered to almost guarantee financial success to their graduates. This year we’ve heard of a handful of African American […]

Graduate! Philadelphia Comebacker Desiree Neal is a Philadelphia native who grew up in a family of singers and entertainers, and was destined to be a star in her own right. Some may know her by her on-air personality, “Dezzie” at Praise 103.9FM. Desiree is approaching her second year returning to college, has maintained a 3.45 […]

There is a “Blackout” on the campus of UCLA and black male students are bringing it to the light.  With more NCAA Championships than black male freshman, what’s a young, gifted, black male to do in order to get an education at California’s elite institution of higher learning?  UCLA black male students decided to take roll […]

Photo By: Mike Morgan The 2013 BET Honors red carpet was nothing short of a star studded occasion, but in my opinion the most exciting “star” to talk to was inspirational leader, director and overall great motivator T.D. Jakes. During the 2013 BET Honors T.D. Jakes was honored for his great accomplishments in the field of education. While on the […]