"Sometimes, people do not deserve a response. The Bible says, “Do not answer a fool according to his folly, or you yourself will be just like him.” (Proverbs 26:4 NIV)"

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Wednesday
Aug202014

INSPIRATION: Your Future Is Greater than your Past 

When things fall apart, you don't have to. 

Realize that life isn't always predictable. You cannot plan for every moment. Even when you do, things often don't go according to that plan. But that's alright. God's got you.

In today's devotional, Dianna Hobbs reminds you that there is no need to fear, worry, or panic. Things will all work out.

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Wednesday
Aug202014

TD Jakes Blames Racial Profiling for Michael Brown Shooting, Applauds Protests, Condemns Violence

On Thursday, Aug. 14, while Bishop T.D. Jakes celebrated the 20th birthday of his son, Thomas Dexter Jakes, he was thinking of slain teen Michael Brown, and other African-American men killed by police.

In a deeply reflective blog post, the mega pastor said racial profiling is partly to blame for the 100 annual deaths of men of color at the hands of law enforcement.

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Wednesday
Aug202014

Need A Break? Karen Clark Sheard Says ‘Come to Virginia Beach with Me!’

It’s a girlfriend’s getaway designed to help women in ministry decompress, de-stress and delight in some much needed me-time. Who doesn’t love that?

Pastor’s wife and four-time Grammy® winner Karen Clark Sheard, 53, is hosting her “Ladies 1st” International Summit September 10th through 13th to give women respite from the daily grind.

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Wednesday
Aug202014

Iraqi Terrorist Group Beheads American Journalist James Foley

American war reporter James Foley, who has been missing since November 2012, was beheaded by the ruthless Iraqi terrorist group ISIS.

The gruesome video which was posted online showed a man dressed in all black telling President Barack Obama the killing was retaliation for U.S. airstrikes in Iraq. The location of the recording is unknown.

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Tuesday
Aug192014

Heartbreaking: Trayvon Martin’s Mother Pens Open Letter to Michael Brown’s Mother

Millions of people cannot imagine the overwhelming pain Lesley McSpadden, mother of 18-year-old slain St. Louis teen Michael Brown, must be experiencing.

But Sybrina Fulton, mom of Trayvon Martin, knows the horror all too well and has penned an open letter in support of a woman whose shoes she recently walked in.

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Tuesday
Aug192014

To Wait Or Not To Wait? 10 Reasons to Remain Sexually Pure

Kim Kardashian, Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj and Rihanna, are among the women in our culture leading the sensuality movement.

The glorification of lust and sexuality is commonplace, with advocates of abstinence and modesty being styled as old-fashioned and out of touch. But there are benefits to purity.

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Tuesday
Aug192014

St. Louis Rapper Thi’sl Takes Steps to Heal His City with Police and Community [PHOTOS]

St. Louis Hip-Hip artist, Thi'sl, gathered hundreds of youth, young adults, police officers, a diverse crowd of residents, and community leaders together this past weekend in the “Let Your Voice Be Heard” open forum. 

"I wanted to give youth a forum to be heard, share hope, and peaceful solutions,” Thi’sl said.

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