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West Angeles and Faith Community Celebrate Bishop Blake’s Birthday
August 10, 2022
With Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr. reaching his 82nd birthday on August 5, the members of West Angeles Church of God in Christ joined with international faith leaders to mark the significant milestone. ... read more »
Second Baptist Aims to Repair Structural Damage to Historic Edifice
August 10, 2022
The edifice of Second Baptist (SBC) was designed by renowned architect Paul Revere Williams and built in 1926. SBC is working to raise funds for structural damage to its’ balcony, located in the sanctuary. ... read more »
Words of the Week – Crossing the Line: So Goes the Head, So Goes the Tail
August 10, 2022
If leadership is openly committing infractions, what can be expected of the rank and file? So goes the head; so goes the tail. ... read more »
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Reflecting on the Legacy of Bishop Blake as his 82nd  Birthday Nears 
August 4, 2022
Most people will agree that Presiding Bishop Emeritus Charles E. Blake, Sr. is the epitome of a faith leader. That description is highly accurate. As the senior pastor of West Angeles Church of God in Christ, ... read more »
USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture Helps Clergy Transition After Pandemic
August 3, 2022
Taking ministry to the next level, especially after the pandemic, could prove to be daunting, but the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture shared a blueprint for clergy to succeed. ... read more »
Second AME Church Plans 114th Anniversary Celebration
August 3, 2022
Second African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles will hold their 114th Anniversary service on Sunday, August 21, at 11 a.m., in their sanctuary located at 5500 S. Hoover Avenue in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Filmmaker Searches for Vanished Black Graves in Canada
August 3, 2022
James Russell is dismayed by an apparent lack of commitment to preserve Black grave sites in Canada. He’s so disturbed, he has taken it upon himself to secure their dignity. ... read more »
Kirk Franklin and Maverick City Music Give Back to the L.A. Skid Row Community
July 27, 2022
Los Angeles Mission’s President Troy Vaughn and the dedicated team of LA Mission executives, volunteers, successfully kicked off the Skid Row Revitalization Project, with a free performance by Grammy Award-winners Kirk Franklin and Maverick City Music in the heart of Skid Row on Monday, July 25. ... read more »
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Returning To Holman UMC for Homecoming Sunday
July 27, 2022
Dr. Masters will preach on Homecoming Sunday on July 31, at 11 a.m., at Holman United Methodist Church, 3320 W. Adams Blvd., in Los Angeles.  The public is invited to attend. ... read more »
Radio Executives Form National Association of Gospel Radio
July 27, 2022
A group of the most influential executives in the urban inspirational and gospel music radio industry have come together to create the National Association of Gospel Radio (NAGR) with a mission to empower stations as they preserve, protect, and advance the format. ... read more »
How Digital Religion is Shaping Spirituality Among Millennials
July 27, 2022
The growing trend of digital religion among U.S. and Canadian millennials mostly complements, not substitutes, in-person participation in organized religion, a new study found.  ... read more »
Black’s ‘A.S.K. Workbook’ Helps Believers Receive Directions from God
July 20, 2022
Audrey Black, author, teacher, wife, mother, co-pastor, and prolific prophetic voice for this hour, is passionate about her role to inspire all people to understand who they are in God, and to clarify the process of asking and receiving from God in prayer. ... read more »
Hames Appointed Bishop of CME Ninth District
July 20, 2022
The Rev. Dr. Charley Hames, Jr., most recently the pastor of Beebe Memorial Cathedral CME Church in Oakland, is now the new presiding prelate of the Ninth Episcopal District of Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. ... read more »
Ethno-Religious Violence continues in Nigeria While State Dept. Declines to Act
July 20, 2022
Christians and Muslims both fear they will be “eradicated” in Nigeria, a fact-finding team from the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom discovered.  ... read more »
Carlos Simon Releases ‘Requiem for the Enslaved’
July 13, 2022
Carlos Simon’s musical debut,“Requiem for the Enslaved,” highlights how slavery is inextricably linked to systematic racism in this country and the world. ... read more »
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