Religion

Religion

    Moore Ready to Lead Mid-Atlantic District

    African Methodist Episcopal Zion Bishop W. Darin Moore is looking forward to his new assignment. He is now the leader of the denomination’s Mid-Atlantic...

    White House Aide: Obama Hasn’t Abandoned Blacks

    WASHINGTON (NNPA) – President Obama has launched initiatives and backed legislation that have significantly helped African-Americans throughout his time in office even though there...

    Celebrating Ramadan in Baltimore

    Starting the evening of Friday, May 26, millions of Muslims around the world began their recognition of Ramadan; the ninth month on the Islamic...

    Dr. Jazz at Jericho

    In Laventille, Trinidad, dreams are hard to come by. For its residents, the beauty of the Caribbean Sea just beyond them and the towering...

    The National Black Church Initiative Condemns the North Miami Police Department for a Bad...

    50,000 Protesters are Ready  Washington, DC – The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI), a faith-based coalition of 34,000 churches comprised of 15 denominations and 15.7...

    New Psalmist’s Bishop Thomas Celebrates 40 Years in Ministry

    Visionary. Compassionate. Wise. Dedicated. Down to earth. These are a few of the descriptions of the Rt. Rev. Walter Scott Thomas Sr., portrayals offered in...

    ChristianityToday.com Launches New Site Design

    Christianity Today, a nonprofit global ministry recently debuted the new design of ChristianityToday.com, the website for Christianity Today magazine, with new features and a...

    Conference Promises to Bring Sexy Back to Christian Marriages

    BALTIMORE – Gail Crowder believes she is on a mission from God – to make sure Christian husbands and wives have the healthiest, most...

    A Spiritual Awakening in Business

    In April 2012, Evelyn Bandoh received her latest calling. “It came to me as an idea after meditation. I knew that I was supposed to...

    DOJ Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Muslim Woman

    The Justice Department’s involvement in a lawsuit against an Illinois school district on the grounds that the school system violated the civil rights of...

    Clergy, Physicians to Discuss Spirituality-Medicine Connection

    Hundreds of Washington-area residents will gather for workshops and seminars during the 13th Annual Spirituality and Medicine Conference, May 2 to May 5, at...

    William DeVeauxIn His Father’s Footsteps

    The Right Rev. William P. DeVeaux is the 113th bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Bishop DeVeaux oversees 400 A.M.E. churches in Washington,...