Monthly Archives: May 2018

Mental Health and Memorial Day

In case you’ve been living under a rock, were just unaware, or you hadn’t heard; May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  Today happens to also be Memorial Day. You may be wondering what one has to do with the other. Well, in one sense they have nothing to do with each other. Yet, at the […]

The Lamb’s Agenda: Why Jesus is Calling You to a Life of Righteousness and Justice [Review]

There are rare occasions in which I actually seek out books that tackle the issues of faith and politics. My recent reading has brought to my attention one such book. It’s title The Lamb’s Agenda: Why Jesus is Calling You to a Life of Righteousness and Justice is written by pastor Samuel Rodriguez.  Rodriguez’s book […]

The Story of Christianity: The Reformation to the Present [Book Review]

Over the last few weeks I have been immersed in reading about modern Christianity. By modern, I mean everything from the last 500 years. The Story of Christianity: The Reformation to the Present, which is written by Justo L. González, happens to be one of a number of books that I was assigned to read, in order that I […]

This Present Darkness [Book Review]

Have you ever been challenged to read something? Recently, I and a few others were given the challenge to read Frank Peretti’s novel This Present Darkness. I’m quite familiar with some of his writing, so I had somewhat of a sense of what to expect when reading it. Having previously read The Visitation, I knew […]

A Break With Tradition or a Fulfillment of a Promise?

Reports are going out all over the world about the move of the United States Embassy from its previous location in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. According to historical accounts, funding had been approved back in 1995 to move the US embassy to Jerusalem by 1999, when it was agreed that Jerusalem should be recognized as the […]

Addressing the Lack of Honor Within the Body of Christ

A topic that is seldom dealt with in the body of Christ is the topic of honor. It is a subject that seems to, if dealt with at all, get swept under the rug. However, In the heart of Chicago is Dr. Matthew L. Stevenson, whose most recent series has been tackling the issue and presenting to […]

The Indwelling Spirit [Book Review]

As part of one of my classes this spring, I was challenged by my professor to incorporate a devotional reading into my daily regimen. In all honesty, this is not anything new for me. I actually love devotional readings. Some devotionals can be more challenging than others out of the sheer depth of content because […]

The Power of Broke: How Empty Pockets, a Tight Budget, and a Hunger for Success Can Become Your Greatest Competitive Advantage [Review]

I’ll admit it. This has been one of the books that I have been wanting to read for quite some time. It’s only been now that I’ve had the opportunity to devote some time to reading it. Even if you’re not familiar with Hip Hop or fashion, you’ve most likely heard about the titan also […]

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