Another Lent season is under way.
Savannah Mayor Edna Branch Jackson will deliver the keynote speech Feb. 24 at Pleasant Grove AME Church as part of an annual African-American history celebration.
I was really good at lunch today. I had a salad. I even dipped my fork in the salad dressing for each bite, thus using half of what was provided.
The following information is "for guys only," so if any women out there dare to read this, use extreme caution!
I enjoy watching people, especially during the holidays. I see the rush during and even preceding Valentine's Day, when people are trying to find the perfect gift for their special valentine.
Love is in the air.
Each new year prompts some to make resolutions. These resolutions are a way of starting something new.
At the age of 31, Josh May has completed his first year as a pastor and seems to be quickly growing into the role.
In the past month, I have been preaching in my church on the topic "The Healthy Church." Most pastors and Christians would like for their churches to grow, but often we ask the wrong questions when it comes to seeing that happen.
The love of God is seen in the giving of Jesus to die for the sins of man. John recorded, "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved" (John 3:16, 17).
Jesus made it clear of what the greatest rules of life to follow were.
The Bible says, "It is appointed unto man, once to die, and then the judgment." And immediately some reader is thinking, "Why is he starting there? I turn to this column for a bit of uplift, and I get this?"
What are Christians supposed to do when they are surrounded by those who refuse to hold to God's teachings?
Members of Africa on Fire and the Coastal Georgia School of Missions will sponsor a round table from 9 a.m.-noon Friday, Feb. 1, at the Temple of Praise Church Ministries, 406C S. Main St. in Hinesville.
Last November, I was blessed to take my first pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Although I have been in the ministry for nearly 20 years, I had never gone to Israel.
Each year, the Savannah Waycross District of the Georgia Annual Conference in the Sixth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church gathers for the ...
One day after more than two dozen governors announced they would bar Syrian refugees from living in their states, leaders from a variety of faith ...
You could have bought an ancient religious text online for less than $100.
The Rev. Victor Brewton Sr. is a native of Evans County. He serves as pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Ludowici, as well as ...
There is nothing more heartbreaking for us than to talk to someone who has spent hours and dollars digitizing their photo collection, only to find ...
My father is undergoing a heroic struggle. (“Heroic is a bit strong,” he says, “but I am enjoying it.”)
"Then he said to them, 'The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few; therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out ...
One year later, a professor’s call to not paint all Muslims with the same brush stroke is making headlines again.
Online dating is often awkward, but young Muslim singles in America may have it worse than most.
After a group of attackers spread terror across Paris last week, there’s been some debate among politicians about whether or not to allow Syrian ...
Thomas Moore has a new book out.
Catholic leaders adopted a more proactive approach to pornography use during this week's fall assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
There are some well-known differences between Muslims and Christians. Muslims study the holy Quran, do not believe Jesus was divine or that He died on ...
In the wake of last week's Paris attacks that left more than 120 dead and 350 injured, U.S. politicians have offered many different ...
Here’s an interesting fact of the day — the Statue of Liberty was originally going to be a Muslim woman.