In the capital Accra, it’s common to see people studying the Bible on the bus, and many office workers keep open Bibles on their desks.
In the West African nation of Ghana, Christians embrace faith with fervor
Black History For A New Generation
Our children should know about the African American struggle, but more important, they should know about the strength we have as a people to do great things!
‘God can triumph over Trump,’ says MLK daughter Bernice King
Speaking at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the youngest daughter of the slain civil rights leader told the audience not to give up hope and “Don’t be afraid of who sits in the White House.”
Tavis P. Brunson, the religious poet for the non-religious, has died in Columbia
The Charlotte poetry community is reeling at the news that beloved poet Tavis P. Brunson died on Tuesday from medical complications. He was only 44.
Gospel singer Richard Smallwood talks about his battle with depression
He made a career telling others about the goodness and mercy of God, but behind the scene, gospel artist Richard Smallwood was hurting.
Barber: Trump victory proves “myth of race” persists in America
Despite Donald Trump’s win, Barber said, those on the political left must remain steadfast in their struggle for social and economic justice.
Why I’m not worried about the outcome of this election
Choosing a candidate this election cycle was not easy, but I exercised my right and responsibility and voted early — and I am at peace.
Writers of Christian fiction and their fans meet in Charlotte for weekend fellowship
The Christian Book Lover’s Retreat, recently held in Charlotte, was a three-day event filled with “faith, fun and fellowship, and a whole lot of books.”
(Video) Hillary Clinton speaks at Charlotte church
Hillary Clinton says the spate of gun violence in the United States shows that “protecting all of God’s children is America’s calling.”
MeckMin to hold ‘listening session’ on faith and race
MeckMin, a Charlotte nonprofit representing nearly 100 local congregations, will sponsor a potluck dinner to examine “the intersection of interfaith understanding and race.”
4 African American pastors sign letters in support of Robert Pittenger
U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger of Charlotte was widely criticized when he said those protesting the police killing of Keith Lamont Scott were acting out of “hate” and jealousy of white people.
South Africa bans U.S. pastor over anti-gay views
South African gay and lesbian groups collected more than 60,000 signatures opposing a visit by Pastor Steven Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist Church in Arizona .
Going against the grain, black church backs Trump for President
On Sunday, Antioch Road to Glory International Ministries in Charlotte’s NoDa community came out strong for the Republican presidential nominee.
Charlotte African-American church rallies behind Trump
In the sanctuary of Antioch Road to Glory International Ministries on North Davidson Street, about 100 church members gathered Sunday afternoon for a Donald Trump rally.
How comedy prepared Robert Duckworth for a life in ministry
Christian comedian Robert Duckworth says his work onstage has honed the skills he now uses to spread the gospel.