Attacking a Major Health Challenge, Dr. King's Mentee, John R. Lewis, faces a fight for better health in the struggle for his life By Cassiette West-Williams

U.S. House of Representative John Robert Lewis, D-GA, is not one to rest on his professional or personal laurels. He has been elected 17 times to his government post since 1981 and represented civil rights deeds since 1957, yet he is attempting to jump another hurdle with his health. UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 24: Rep. … Continue reading Attacking a Major Health Challenge, Dr. King's Mentee, John R. Lewis, faces a fight for better health in the struggle for his life By Cassiette West-Williams

The Struggle Continues… The Truth Will Set You Free By Sherry Cannon

The truth will set you free is a common saying in academic circles that promotes the power of learning. However, before academia, Jesus said this in John 8:32. He was speaking of a higher form of knowledge. His followers will not only accept His teachings as truth, but they will also obey them. For the … Continue reading The Struggle Continues… The Truth Will Set You Free By Sherry Cannon

Protect Your Peace By Katherine Young

If you haven’t done so already, take a moment and reflect on your previous year. Consider your triumphs, your trials, and how you reacted to various situations you encountered. Did you respond to every comment where someone may have opposed your ideas or beliefs? Did you respond positively or negatively? A wise man once shared … Continue reading Protect Your Peace By Katherine Young

New Year, Same Course By Latasha Schraeder

January signifies the halfway point of the academic year. Students should be well rested and ready to conquer the remainder of the year after winter break. As we begin anew, recall the academic goals that were set in August. Remind your children that there is yet time to make adjustments and make progress toward their … Continue reading New Year, Same Course By Latasha Schraeder