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George Floyd's ministry friends speak out
Sunday, May 31, 2020
Roaming through the Cuney Homes Projects in Houston, Texas, a predominantly African American neighborhood, pastor Patrick “PT” Ngwolo of Resurrection Houston went looking for disciples. Flyers in hand, he walked the streets promoting a coming concert featuring the Christian rap artists Reconcile and Corey Paul. At the show, one man loomed tall
Despite judge’s ruling, most NC churches remain closed
Thursday, May 28, 2020
Another weekend with empty pews. Another weekend where the people of God will be separated, tuning into worship services on YouTube or Facebook or Zoom. The coronavirus pandemic has had a profound effect on churches and temples across the United States, as religious leaders have had to move online to comply with gubernatorial orders to not gather in large
Don't let Ahmaud Arbery's story pass
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
DULUTH, Ga. – A few years ago my family was about to go on a trip. I was expecting a package to be delivered to my house. So I asked a friend of mine, who's African American, if he could swing by and pick it up. That conversation went something like this. Me: "Hey, we'll be away this weekend and there's going to be something dropped off at the house.
Empty pews take a financial toll on many congregations
Thursday, May 14, 2020
As some 350,000 American churches and other houses of worship scramble to meet the spiritual and – increasingly – material needs of their members remotely, they are doing so on a tighter budget than usual. That’s because they’re missing out on the substantial weekly donations that support their work. In most American weekly worship

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George Floyd's ministry friends speak out

Roaming through the Cuney Homes Projects in Houston, Texas, a predominantly African American

America is sick, with no signs of a cure

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