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December 29, 2014 Black Christians Existed Long Before Slavery

One’s belief in Christianity does not come via inheritance. Just because one’s ancestors or parents found salvation in Jesus Christ does not mean future generations automatically inherit their salvation or status as a Christian. As we celebrated Christmas 2014, I was amazed that many of my African-American brothers and sisters still believe that today’s Black [...]

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Have Black Male R&B Singers Lost Their Soul?

Don’t add the Black male R&B singer to the endangered species list, just yet. For the past two years, Black R&B crooners have been largely overshadowed by blue-eyed soul singers Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake and now British singer Sam Smith. But with D’Angelo a trending topic on Twitter for releasing his first new album—“Black Messiah”– [...]

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December 1, 2014 2014 Regal King Awarded to Jay Barnett for Commitment to Youth

In the Christian community, there is a belief whether true or false, that preacher’s children turn out to be the worst of the worst compared to their peers. Many have spent their entire life under a microscope with people overanalyzing their mistakes and that pressure causes some to rebel against their faith and their life’s [...]

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