July 1, 2015 • V. Knowles
After the tragedy in Charleston, how will the victims' families live? Enduring such a bitter blow, will they find any reason to lead a productive existence? How do they turn it around to find the good in all of this? How does it get better? Will things ever be right again? Columnist V. Knowles tells us how.
July 1, 2015 • Tobi Atte
Are There Any REAL GODLY Single Men Out There Anymore? Columnist Tobi Atte offers Godly single men a chance to prove that they're still out there. Take the survey inside.
June 18, 2015 • V. Knowles
The most difficult job in the world is turning a life around. Because the essential nature of who you are-your thoughts, ideas, opinions, mores, culture and attitudes seem to be deeply embedded in a solid concrete vault with you alone possessing the only key to the single entrance. Columnist V. Knowles shares Part 2 in his series.
June 3, 2015 • V. Knowles
Being exposed to the right circumstances under the right conditions only offers the opportunity to achieve the right result. It can never guarantee the right outcome. After hearing the news of Josh Duggar's molestation case, columnist V. Knowles shares how it went wrong.
May 19, 2015 • V. Knowles
Why do heart surgeons live in mansions, own yachts and travel on first class tickets? Because your cholesterol is through the roof, your blood pressure is off the charts, your arteries are clogged and you need immediate surgeries costing upwards of $600,000 per pop. Columnist V. Knowles claims that society banks on your lack of balance and control to control you.
April 29, 2015 • V. Knowles
What we have in the world today is an identity crisis. When men call themselves dogs and women call themselves b*^ches, we have a big misunderstanding in knowing who we are and why we were created. Columnist V. Knowles shares a dialogue between God and man that should remind us.
April 14, 2015 • V. Knowles
You will find it easier to change your clothes, change your car, change your house, change your location, change your job, change your spouse than to change your mind. However, columnist V. Knowles claims that changing your thinking is the start to a greater tomorrow
April 1, 2015 •
Do you resort to drugs, alcohol and sex to counteract and dull this constant sense of dread ALL to nullify your persistent sense of fear? Columnist V. Knowles claims to know fear is gripping but he encourages us that "it's all good."
March 19, 2015 • V. Knowles
As you get older and nearer to that final big event in your life, you come to appreciate the value of time. Columnist V. Knowles urges you to spend your numbered days wisely.
March 4, 2015 • Keino Baird
While the story of the Black Church parallels the experiences of African peoples in the United States, the struggles of these experiences - whether in slavery, Jim Crow or segregation - the spirituality that emerged from the institutional Black Church over time is unique and is arguably practiced nowhere else but in the United States.