When I was surfing the news this morning I ran across Russ Bynum’s, Associated Press article about Paula Deen‘s fans venting their outrage at Food Network, for canning Paula Deen’s cooking show, just because she admitted to using the word “NIGGER.” And of course, the fact that her N-word usage is allegedly a thing of the past is suspect, especially to Black folk. There’s no doubt in my mind using the word “nigger” is common practice…"PAULA DEEN AND THE WORD NIGGER 101"
The bible warns us of times when man will experience a hunger or thirst his world cannot satisfy. These times are indicative of “the Godless factor.” Though man continues professing to know it all in public, in private he’s troubled, even perplexed as to how he will ever arrive at the place in life where he longs to be. That place represents contentedness, satisfaction, and unspeakable joy. Alcohol can’t do it, drugs, women, fortune or…"THE GODLESS FACTOR"
No words necessary here. Luther Vandross says it all….in this You Tube video. I love the simple but beautiful lyrics in this track. Listening to it brings tears to my eyes…but in a good way! Denise Related articles Dance with My Father: Luther Vandross Sunday Morning Praise Video Of The Day: Luther Vandross – “Dance With My Father” Dance With My Father Ten Sentimental Songs To Dedicate To Dad For Father’s Day ‘Dance With My…"DANCE WITH MY FATHER AGAIN"
Meet Marissa Alexander The 31-year-old Florida woman who fired a warning shot at her abusive husband, was sentenced Friday morning to 20 years in prison. This is an outrage… Send a prayer up for this Black Girl that Rocks.. ~~BU–Facebook….. And that same “slave plantation minded state” is trying every trick in the book to set Trayvon Martin‘s murderer “George Zimmerman” free. If this ain’t injustice in a “for White People Only” justice system, I don’t know what is…I’m angry…as hell about this. And I’m not a racist,…"Meet Marissa Alexander; WHY DOES AMERICA HAVE JUDGES ON A BENCH?"
“In my opinion one of our greatest faults as humans today is; we are too easily impressed.” When we consider the fact that God is a jealous God, there’s no way to honestly suggest that He would be a part of any reality TV show, which ain’t about Him or saving souls. Sorry, once again it’s about the almighty dollar bill. Most of us don’t even want to think about the unwelcome backlash waiting…"PASTORS IN A REALITY TV SHOW? HAVE THEY GONE TOO FAR?"
It’s 5:00 am and I’m wide awake with a message on my mind. I’m reminded of something my sister Phyllis in LA said last week. We were talking about a life changing situation and she said; “Don’t try and put a question mark where God put a period.” So many times we make that mistake, especially when He comes back for those we love. It’s not every day one can boast about having more than one mother figure…"DON’T PUT A QUESTION MARK WHERE GOD PUT A PERIOD"
The thought “what happened in the garden stayed in the garden” came to me one day when I found myself thinking out loud, about how different and fragile so many modern-day relationships are. In essence, there dynamics and make-up are totally opposite of what God wants. I must say though, it took me a long time to truly understand the biblical description for why marriage, and the workings of it’s intimacy should be kept between…"10 REASONS WHY WHAT HAPPENED IN THE GARDEN STAYED IN THE GARDEN"
A few weeks ago I ran across a very disturbing report and picture, involving pictures of Chicago Bishop Larry D. Trotter taking a bath with his granddaughter. I’m late of course, because this happened in January of this year. I had to get my head wrapped around this first,…"WHAT’S WRONG WITH THESE PICTURES?"
The oldest black Baptist church in Kentucky, and third oldest in the United States, was founded about 1790 by the slave Peter Durrett. The first black congregations and churches formed before 1800 was founded by free blacks, ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Petersburg, Virginia; and Savannah, Georgia.” Though segregation declined, African-Americans worshiping together continued to develop during the late 19th century and continues to this day. African-American churches like no other church use to put money where their mouth was, taking on…"AFRICAN-AMERICAN’S AND THE CHURCH"