February 1, 2019 • V. Knowles
This shutdown is a tool to appease a narrow group of immigration hardliners who spit out unsupported facts about immigration to an ignorant audience with prejudiced itching ears but most illegals immigrate LEGALLY then overstay.
July 18, 2018 • V. Knowles
Nelson Mandela, whose birthday is today, and we remember him for languishing in a Robben Island prison for 27 years then getting out to run his country of South Africa. Great men think alike.
June 6, 2018 • V. Knowles
Eric Greitens, the former governor of Missouri, has just resigned his office under a cloud of ostensibly criminal behavior and moral lapses. Are modern politicians living Adam's legacy?
May 25, 2018 • V. Knowles
In our post-modern, post-truth society, it seems that the rules have all been changed in modern American politics. Situation ethics makes what our administration does okay.
May 9, 2018 • V. Knowles
In Evangelical America, we are still struggling to arrive at the position where we will be considered “full” brothers, not mere brothers, or “secondary subordinate, servants to our white saviors.” Read the story of two struggling missionaries of color.
December 28, 2017 • V. Knowles
Two unnamed officials told the New York Times that President Trump said people coming from Haiti "all have AIDS," that Nigerian immigrants would never "go back to their huts" and that Afghanistan is a terrorist haven.
December 12, 2017 • V. Knowles
Some are trying hard to convince us that in order to get things done, to be effective, we must be coarse, nasty, unkind, inconsiderate, obtuse and combative.
December 12, 2017 • Tiffani Knowles
There are some practices within one's day-to-day, natural living that you must put in place in order to stay celibate. Here are 4 reasons why Christian women need to dance kizomba.
November 9, 2017 • V. Knowles
From the ISIS and the Baptist church shooter to the fan upset over the kneeling NFL lineman, you are all culprits of the same faulty thinking. Lack of graciousness.
October 20, 2017 • V. Knowles
Many of us are, theoretically and intellectually, familiar with grace--confining it to Sundays in our profoundly moving, eloquent sermons. However, we must learn to break past those limitations.