Pastor Miles McPherson of California’s Rock Church on Saturday spoke at the National Weekend of Action for Faith & Prejudice, a movement to demonstrate faith in God through confronting and dismantling racism, where he talked about the “third option,” based on his book.
Jamon Jordan could not mourn his mother in the traditional way. At Jacquelynne Jordan’s memorial in early April, there were just seven people. No hugs. No traditional dinner where family members could gather to honor the 66-year-old matriarch’s memory.
Hundreds of college students are joining a nationwide movement to forgo Spring Break partying and instead use the week off to address the global water crisis. Students with Cru’s U.S. Campus Ministry, representing 50 universities from around the country, will spend time abroad this spring […]
All month long, the city will celebrate and pay tribute to African-American community, culture, and heritage through a wide range of events and programs. Pay homage with everything from movie marathons and choir concerts to trivia nights and museum events.
Refugees are typically seen as recipients of giving, but the Keliko people turn that concept on its head with their generosity. Displaced in South Sudan, Keliko foster a culture of hospitality and giving despite their own difficult circumstances.