#Detroit is America: Part I

Why the Black Church must be an alternative site for legislative and economic justice.

This man started the Facebook page ‘A Message from God’ and now has 1.3 million followers

Lee Eric Smith’s messages help people through their difficult journeys.

Spiritually Speaking: Do you love you?

The road to spiritual salvation is sometimes so obvious, so apparent that we just miss it.

Mt. Vernon to showcase ‘What Happens When God is Glorified in Our Music’

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church-Westwood will celebrate Annual Choir Month in August. This year’s theme is “What Happens When God is Glorified in our Music.”

The making of a job fair that heals

Apostle Ricky Floyd of the Pursuit of God Transformation Center, whose churches are located in the Frayser and Uptown communities, received a call from Human Resource Manager Fannie Wilkins Person at the Sheraton Hotel Downtown Memphis on July 6. She ...

LEGACY: Martha Rivera Chavis

Family, friends remember wife of NNPA president/CEO.

Spiritually Speaking:

Are you a card-carrying Christian?

Southern Baptists are apparently cool with white supremacy

At its national conference Tuesday, the Southern Baptist Convention wholly rejected a proposal to condemn the growing racism of the “alt-right” movement.

It's 'Holy Poetry' Time!

Local author opening poetry club for Christians.

Teen focus at annual Suicide and The Black Church Conference

Former UT and WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw to deliver keynote.

CME salutes ‘Sister Hayes’

2016 National Teacher of the Year.

Friendship Baptist welcomes “When Momma Speaks” author

When the topic is the Bible and motherhood, Dr. Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder often is part of the conversation. On May 7, Crowder will be in the Klondike community talking about just that.

Beyond The News: Rev. Jesse Jackson: "Love still works"

A candid conversation about souls over soul food.

A celebration of the woman behind ‘Something Within’

Lucie E. Campbell tribute set for Sunday at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church.

Sharpton serves up sermon laced with lessons and admonitions

The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a Memphis version of a sermon constructed for Black History Month during his appearance at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church’s main campus last Sunday.