Daily Meditation

Our homes are shelter from the storms. If there is chaos and unrest in your home, begin with this prayer when you return tonight.  Our homes are the place in which we regroup rest and find peace. It is within the walls we find the ability to recharge our batteries from the day’s demands. A […]

We need to embrace our lives and get going. There is moment that we all wake up and realize that time is flying by  you. If you don’t use the moment now to embrace it and stand up you will surely fade. None of us wants to fade away. We all want to affect the […]

Each day brings a new beginning. It’s a fresh start to possibilities for each of us. What we do with the things that cross our path is exclusively up to us. How we handle the bumps in the road is what defines us as people. There will always be bumps in the road. It is […]

Today’s words of wisdom comes from Dr. Maya Angelou.  Dr. Maya Angelou is one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. Hailed as a global renaissance woman, Dr. Angelou is a celebrated poet, memoirist, novelist, educator, dramatist, producer, actress, historian, filmmaker, and civil rights activist. Dr. Angelou’s words and actions continue to […]

What do you do when your have been ostracized, gossiped about and basically maligned? Do you give up and go away? Do you throw up your hands in submission and fade into obscurity? Isaiah Washington did none of these. In fact after speaking with him I have never been more aware of an individual carving […]

How can you love someone who turns their back on you and still forgive them from the heart?). He calls us back to himself – over and over and over again. Jesus’ story of the father and his two sons (sometimes called the parable of the prodigal son) is the longest parable in the gospels. […]

It’s Sunday, the Sabbath for most of us. It is the day in which we thank Him for everything that we have. It allows us to be grateful and take a chance to refresh our minds, body and souls.Perhaps, you may think why should I be grateful when my life sucks or when things do […]

This week brings us a new music compilation, continued dominance on the chart by LeCrae and something new from James Fortune. New charity project started from Matthew Knowles music  artists. On the charts Deitrick Haddon maintains his Church On the Moon while LeCrae takes through  Rehab and a Rehab Overdose. Here are this week’s chart’s […]

April 3rd marks 15 years since his father’s untimely death in a plane crash in Croatia.  Ron Brown is  the country’s first African-American Secretary of Commerce and first to serve as Chairman of the Democratic National Party.  His son,  at-large D.C. councilman Michael Brown pushed into legislation the historical dedication of a popular street named […]

There has been much made about the misconduct of religious priests and ministers.  It is by introducing a clear and concise ways to deal with your congregation. This will not allow for the lines of familiarity to grow.   They have also introduced a sample code of ethics for congregational leaders as follows: 1. Provide spiritual […]