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First AME Plans Annual Missionary Day
May 26, 2021
The Sarah Allen Women’s Missionary Society of First AME Church-Los Angeles, will hold its Annual Missionary Day on Sunday, May 30, at 12 noon.  According to Pastor J. ... read more »
Tribute of Gratitude to God for Anna B. T. Mitchell
May 26, 2021
Sunday, May 9, 2021, marked the first Mother’s Day celebration to embrace the essence of the spirit of my mother, Anna Belle Troy Mitchell, spirit her transition on December 23, ... read more »
Spiritual Guidance Available to Cope With Pandemic Anxiety
May 26, 2021
Few events in modern history have harmed the emotional well-being of people around the world as has the COVID-19 pandemic. The threat of contracting or transmitting a life- threatening disease and the added challenges of anxiety and isolation have had an immeasurable impact on people of all backgrounds. ... read more »
Warlick Uses Variety of Music Styles to Promote God, Love and Unity
May 19, 2021
The genre-crossing, Christ-centered recording artist has gospel, country and hip hop fans. Everything about Lathan Warlick shouts, “I’m a child of God” and like the Lord can’t be confined to one area or section of life, Warlick approaches his music the same way, insisting, “Don’t put me inside a box!” ... read more »
Trinity Baptist Honors Pastor and First Lady Tunstill
May 19, 2021
The congregation of Trinity Baptist Church honored Pastor Alvin Tunstill, Jr., and First Lady Dr. Sandra Mitchell-Tunstill on Sunday, April 25. The Tunstills were saluted for their 25 years of commitment, ... read more »
Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Year Without Knocking on Doors
May 19, 2021
It’s been one year since Jehovah’s Witnesses adjusted their hallmark methods of sharing comfort and hope from the scriptures due to the pandemic.  For many, the change from ringing doorbells and knocking on doors to making phone calls and writing letters expanded and invigorated their ministry. ... read more »
Impact Church Pastor to Retire
May 19, 2021
The Rev. Olu Brown, pastor of Impact Church in Atlanta, Georgia, announced his retirement on May 16. Brown, who founded the progressive Atlanta-based church 14 years ago, ... read more »
Faith Leaders Seek Reimagined Relationship with FBI
May 12, 2021
Under J. Edgar Hoover, the agency’s inaugural director, African Americans were hounded, targeted, discriminated against and treated with contempt. In the minds of many Blacks, little has changed over the years and the FBI is still considered “the enemy” or at least, “not a friend.” ... read more »
Pervis Staples Passes Away at the Age of 85
May 12, 2021
Pervis Staples, a co-founding member of the legendary gospel group, The Staple Singers, passed away suddenly on May 6, 2021 at his home in Dolton, Illinois according to Adam Ayers, ... read more »
Words of the Week – Open Your Mind
May 12, 2021
Scripture: Luke 24:45, NIV People have varying opinions about what is happening in our society. A lot is happening: The perpetuation of “The Big Lie.” Protests. ... read more »
Call 2 Worship – May 13
May 12, 2021
Holman United Methodist Church present Golf with the Pastor on May 15, at 10 a.m., at Brookside Golf at the Rose Bowl, 1133 Rosemount Ave. in Pasadena. ... read more »
First Lady Dozier – Mother to More Than 100
May 5, 2021
Gardena resident Erma L. Dozier has been a mother to a hundred children, literally.She and her husband, Pastor Larry of The New Earth Christian Church (TNECC), ... read more »
The Stampleys Expand Their Brand From Music to Beignets
May 5, 2021
Micah Stampley is a popular gospel artist with enduring hits such as “Worthy to be Praised,” “Love Never Fails,” and “Our God.” Heidi Stampley is known for songwriting and successfully managing his career. ... read more »
Bryant Temple Offers Mother’s Day Tribute to Shelter Residents
May 5, 2021
Bryant Temple AME Community Development Corporation (CDC) will host a Mother’s Day tribute on Saturday, May 8, for the women currently living in its shelter. According to Pastor Dwaine A. ... read more »
Op-Ed: Black-Owned Businesses Deserve Support
May 5, 2021
For the past several decades, I have been an active pastor in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, serving fourteen congregations across Los Angeles County. It is impossible to overstate the importance of Black-owned businesses in these communities. ... read more »

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