First, “reading” may be a little misleading. “Obama, An Intimate Portrait” is mostly photographs; over 300 of them, some never before published, culled from the nearly 2 million taken by Pete Souza, who was President Barack Obama’s Official White House Photographer for the entire 8 years that Obama was in office. There’s a bit of reading; […]
If you were in Philly in 1978, you, like most of us, couldn’t help but take notice of Lisa Thomas, the new reporter / anchor at WPVI, Channel 6 news. Young; only 24 years old, the beautiful and very professional reporter made an immediate impact on the Philadelphia audience in general and the African American […]
Article By Kristin Brown Does your faith in God touch every aspect of your life? Does it give deeper meaning to your vocation? Many of us operate daily with a gospel that only answers questions about our sin and salvation. While that is true, it’s not the whole picture. In order to understand how our […]
This summer, in addition to the obvious 2016 warm-weather pastime of drinking watermelon water while listening to “Lemonade,” we’re looking forward to reading new books! Because, although we are big proponents of couch lounging, reading in the grass while using a book to shield your eyes from the sun has its particular joys. Thankfully, there’re […]
Marley Dias started #1000BlackGirlBooks because she was frustrated with the racially monolithic books being assigned in class.
Our picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture. Friends who know my book-besotted line of work sometimes ask…
http://pulseofradio.com When heading off on their summer vacations, some people like to take books along to read, while others don’t have any interest at all…
A Barber took part in Dubuque's Back to School Bash in Comiskey Park on Saturday to give free haircuts to children who read books to him