Pastors nationwide say they’ve seen a burst of new interest. Congregations large and small are adding programs of practical advice for people in fiscal straits.
Bad economy draws bigger crowds to churches
Palin’s church is badly damaged by fire
Damage to Alaska governor and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s Wasilla Bible Church was estimated at $1 million, authorities said Saturday. No one was injured.
UNC panel to study hate crimes policy
Racist graffiti aimed at President-elect Barack Obama has prompted the University of North Carolina System to review its student code of conduct. Harold Martin (pictured) will lead the review.
John Legend was so much more than a piano man
The soul crooner packed the show with flashing lights and booming bass, and preferred standing and dancing to just tickling the ivories.
Bank of America may slash 30,000 jobs
Bank of America on Thursday announced what’s likely its biggest round of layoffs ever — 30,000 to 35,000 jobs eliminated over the next three years.
Is Jesse Jr.’s political career kaput?
There’s a lot of head shaking over Jacksons murky involvement in the swirl of muck engulfing Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Focus on what matters this Christmas
Holiday shopping needn’t be a stressful or financially draining affair. Tips for surviving with wallet intact.
The Old South is new again
Old attitudes persist about race, but new arrivals could change all that. Just look at North Carolina.
CMS to recruit, train principals for high-poverty schools
Ninety-one of the district’s 172 schools are labeled high-poverty. Students at those schools are disproportionately African American.
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Knowing when to say when
Some say our older generation of black leaders must now give way to a younger and better-educated group.
Funeral services are set for Barbara Brewton Cameron
Officials at the church she founded say they expect a large crowd, including international guests and national recording artists.
Tiger Woods as Obama’s John the Baptist
The talented, educated golfer made it acceptable for whites to embrace a black man as hero. Without Tiger Woods, there would be no Barack Obama.