Sunday Reflection

051318

Mother’s Day

Anecdotally, most of us do not have too many negative things to say or thoughts regarding our mothers. We may think differently about our fathers, but historically, mothers have been the glue holding things together. The ongoing challenge for many mothers is balancing family life with work and other responsibilities

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03-06-18

Spring Cleaning

Every spring I declare: This is the year to clean out the garage! By the end of summer, I realize that my goal went unmet again. Major cleaning – sorting through boxes, deciding what to keep, what to donate, what to throw away – is a chore, a task, a

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04-29-18-sunday-reflection

Come Over to Atlanta

“During the night Paul had a vision of a man of Macedonia standing and begging him, ‘Come over to Macedonia and help us.’” Acts 16.9 I did not have a vision like the Apostle Paul of a man of Macedonia standing and begging us to come to Atlanta. I received

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Spiritual Cultural Competency

“The Christian Church has tended to overlook its Judaic origins, but the fact is that Jesus of Nazareth was a Jew of Palestine when he went about his Father’s  business, announcing the acceptable year of the Lord.” Dr. Howard Thurman, Jesus and the Disinherited In our nation, the United States of

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04-15-18-sunday-reflection

Dignity and Respect

Why is the movie, Black Panther, so popular, especially among African Americans? In the last few days, it has surpassed Titanic as an American-made movie, grossing $1.3 billion and is on track to be the number one all-time most popular movie in the history of movie making. Saudi Arabia typically

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