Gospel stageplay, I Got a Man, touches down in Miami at the Little Haiti Cultural Center on Nov. 11, promising audiences laughs and inspiration.
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.
The online dating industry rakes in about $2 billion a year in the U.S. alone. It is growing in revenue but also growing in questions about it. But, is it safe? Here's what makes it good, bad and ugly.
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.
I’ve always loved the “Star-Spangled Banner.” My mind’s eye takes me back to the American Olympian who takes the podium, towering above the silver and bronze also-rans. Yet, due to the racist history of the song, standing is not in order.
"The dreamers deserve nothing,” referring to those undocumented aliens who were brought here as children. That is an intriguing statement from a child of immigrants who just barely made it in.
Hurricane Irma ripped through South Florida on Sunday, Sept. 10 and many homes are affected by trees down, coastal flooding loss of power and home damage.
Here's an open letter to President Donald Trump from Tiffani Knowles, a college professor, editor, author and a U.S.-born child of immigrants.
Repeal, rebuke, replace, renegotiate, restore, repent, revitalize, repair, refurbish and recover cause men to grimace and groan in fear of the rocky road ahead. Words that start with the prefix re- always cause some trouble. Here's why.
When Trump lied about the calls from the President of Mexico and the leader of the Boy Scouts, many were left flabbergasted. Other statesmen have done it. So, what's really the big deal?