Monthly Archives: August 2011

Discovering the Courage to Be: Your Authentic Self

Self discovery is centered in the courage to being authentic to one’s self. The greatest obstacle is the encountering of the emotional self. This includes the emotions of anger, pain, sorrow, grief, fear, and despair. There may be others that

Posted in church, education, elementary education, faith, liberation theology, pastors, politics, preachers and church stuff, preaching, school principals, secondary education, seminary, Spiritual Growth, theology

The CBC and the Admission of Guilt

While speaking at a town hall meeting at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan on Tuesday, US Representative Maxine Waters of California admitted that she along with other members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) are tired of defending President

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Posted in black church, education, faith, liberation theology, miscellaneous, pastors, politics, Uncategorized

“God Is Going to Close Down the Show” – BCNN1

“God Is Going to Close Down the Show” – BCNN1.

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Personal Mission Statement

As a pastor and an individual, I am all about self and community empowerment. In the more recent history, I’ve been learning that just knowing scripture isn’t enough to accomplish purpose. I know for some that is a terrible thing to

Posted in church, education, faith, graduate school, liberation theology, miscellaneous, pastors, praise and worship, preachers and church stuff, Spiritual Growth

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