Sunday Reflection



I was recently home for the funeral of a beloved friend. She was a second mother, a member of my home church, and her children are like my sisters and brother. On the way to the cemetery, my sister, Renee, asked when I die, where I want to be buried.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Several years ago, Janet Hall of WBRC and other anchors, campaigned for breast cancer awareness by encouraging women (and men) to examine their breast every 6th day of the month. The campaign, anchored at WBRC, Channel 6, created a very easy way to remember this important self-examination. On the 6th

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Dr. Hamlin’s Reflection for Sunday, September 17, 2017

The late David Halberstam, a nationally recognized scholar/historian and Pulitzer Prize author, wrote a masterful book in 1999, The Children.   The book focuses on the significant contributions that young people made to the Civil Rights Movement, 1959-1962 in Nashville. One of the greatest debates between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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