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‘Kingdom Business’ Takes Audience on Road to Redemption
June 1, 2022
The new BET+ series, “Kingdom Business'' pulls back the holier-than-thou, saved and sanctified prayer cloth to reveal that the inner workings of the gospel music industry have the same underpinnings as the secular world. ... read more »
Virtue Family Life Center Hosts Garden of Grace
June 1, 2022
In the year 2000, Women of Virtue became a place of unity for women. La Tanya Michelle Clark created a place of healing for those who may lost themselves while trying to manage careers and households. ... read more »
Zimbabwean Pastors Dabble in Brewing and Mining to Survive
June 1, 2022
In Zimbabwe, city pastors may fare well while rural ministers live on the periphery of poverty. ... read more »
Smith Installed as Pastor of Gethsemane Christian Love M.B. Church
May 25, 2022
As he’s done throughout his ministry, the Rev. Byron Smith, Sr. heeded the direction of the Lord, which resulted in his recent installation as the new pastor of Gethsemane Christian Love Missionary Baptist Church in South Los Angeles. ... read more »
Love, Peace and Happiness Plans Annual Living Word Conference
May 25, 2022
Bishop Leon Martin and the Love Peace and Happiness Family Christian Fellowship Church will host their Annual Living Word Conference starting Thursday, June 2, through Sunday, June 5. The gathering takes place at the edifice located at 4951 South Figueroa Street in Los Angeles. ... read more »
Words of the Week – Remember Your Faith
May 25, 2022
Scripture: II Timothy 1:5 (NLT) Here, the Apostle Paul is sending a gentle, yet encouraging word and reminder to his “son in the faith,” Timothy, to remember his faith. ... read more »
Hardwick at 90 – Still on the Battlefield for God and Justice
May 18, 2022
Rev. Dr. Joseph Benjamin Hardwick has preached the Gospel and equal rights for African Americans in South Los Angeles for nearly seven decades. Last month, the Rev. ... read more »
Scott Celebrates 40th Year of Ministry
May 18, 2022
The Rev. Dr. Manuel Scott Jr. will observe four decades of evangelistic ministry during his 40th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, June 24, at 7 p.m. ... read more »
Lewis Metropolitan CME Holds Annual State’s Rally
May 18, 2022
Lewis Metropolitan CME Church plans its State’s Rally reception on Sunday, May 22, following the 10:30 a.m. service in the sanctuary at 4900 S. western Avenue in Los Angeles. ... read more »
L.A. Faith Leaders Stand Together for Karen Bass, Demand Apology from Police Protective League for Defamatory Ad 
May 12, 2022
Major pillars in the faith-based community gathered publicly at the Los Angeles Sentinel to denounce the alleged claims against Congresswoman Karen Bass on Wednesday, May 11.  ... read more »
St. Mark UMC Opens Community Computer Lab 
May 11, 2022
Aiming to meet the technological needs of their South L.A. neighborhood, Pastor Gary Williams and the members of St. Mark United Methodist Church opened a computer lab for the community. ... read more »
Blake to Produce Faith Film About Fisk Jubilee Singers
May 11, 2022
The Fisk Jubilee Singers made a lasting mark on American history by overcoming hurdles of racism and oppression to emerge victorious and beloved throughout the country. Producer Stephen Ashley Blake tells their story in his film, “Steal Away,” which traces the evolution of the heralded African American ensemble. ... read more »
First AME – L.A. Hosts ‘Rock the Vacx’ Clinic
May 11, 2022
Free vaccinations are available at the 'Rock the Vacx' Clinic hosted by First AME Church of Los Angeles.  Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are open to children ages 5 and up as well as adults. ... read more »
Ethiopia Getting Back to Normal After Days of Religious Clashes
May 11, 2022
Peace is gradually returning to Ethiopia after days of violence, tension and rioting resulted in the destruction of religious centers in some parts of the East African country.   ... read more »
Black Catholic Nuns: A Compelling, Long-Overlooked History
May 5, 2022
Even as a young adult, Shannen Dee Williams - who grew up Black and Catholic in Memphis, Tennessee - knew of only one Black nun, and a fake one at that: Sister Mary Clarence, as played by Whoopi Goldberg in the comic film “Sister Act.'' ... read more »

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