Women’s history

Carolyn Faulkner Enjoys Spreading God’s Word

Carolyn Faulkner is an unsung shero in the faith community. Long active in many local faith-based organizations, she quietly and consistently focuses her time and talents on sharing God’s Word with believers and non-believers alike. Previously the director of Christian Education at Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church, Faulkner currently serves as president of the Senior Women’s Missionary Union of the Fellowship Baptist District Association as well as participates in leadership positions in other groups. In addition to her religious endeavors, Faulkner worked for 33 years as a sales representative in the wholesale drugs industry. She is also a graduate of

Women’s History Spotlight: Maull Uses Community Engagement to Aid Those in Need

The Rev. Dr. Brenda Maull is one of the many women making a difference in South L.A. An associate minister at Holy Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, Maull has devoted nearly four decades to helping others overcome the challenges of life. A Los Angeles native, she serves in three assignments to carry out her passion. The Rev. Dr. Leonard E. White, pastor of Holy Mt. Calvary, appointed Maull to the Mission and Community Engagement Ministry; and the Rev. Ronnie Taylor, pastor of New Christian Church of Disciples of Christ, named her as the liaison minister to Life Ministries. Maull also

Will You Join the Crusade for Bennett?

Bennett College has a unique history, and it is a history that must be preserved. It will only be maintained if folks who love women, women’s history, and the elevation of Black women’s voices come together to find five million dollars in just a few weeks. I am writing this column to appeal to those who will help. Here’s how: