Part 1 The Lord told Jonah to “Go to the great city of Nineveh and preach against it because its wickedness has come up before me.” Jonah rebelled and headed for Tarshish. In Joppa, he found a ship bound for that port, paid the fare, boarded and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord. The Lord sent a hurricane on the calm sea, … Continue reading Jonah Took A Cruise By Evangelist Charity E. Sephus
As the economy continues to recover both nationally and locally, millions still can’t find jobs. Economists are saying the U.S. economy is back at full employment after more than a decade. "Full employment" is a phrase economists use to explain how the job market recovers from a recession. Full employment does not mean zero unemployment; … Continue reading Solutions To Ending Your Employment Drought By Cheryll Boswell
Whether you have recently found out you have HIV or have known for a while, you may have questions about starting HIV treatment. You may have heard about HIV treatment – also called antiretroviral treatment (ART) – or know someone else who is taking it. Talk to your doctor about any questions you have - … Continue reading Starting Treatment For HIV By Chris Wade, Program Coordinator/ADAP Enrollment Specialist, Illinois Public Health Association – HIV Care Connect
You all remember when candidate Trump said to African-Americans; “You’re living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs, 58% of your youth are unemployed, what the (expletive) do you have to lose?” Candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted in response to Trump’s statement, “This is so ignorant it’s staggering.” After nine months of … Continue reading The Struggle Continues… By Sherry Cannon What Do We Have to Lose?
Like so many of you, I was appalled at the President’s recent comments about the “taking of the knee” by some of the NFL players in support of Colin Kaepernick’s stance against police brutality. Trump’s reference to these players as “SOB’s” and that they should be fired was in a word, inappropriate. His statement reinforces … Continue reading Stand Or Kneel – The NFL Dilemma By Mark Hollis
This article is written in reference to the Song Writer, Music Producer, and Singer of “all times,” Prince Rogers Nelson. It is evident that the song had significant meaning to him outside of the song itself. It seems to be symbolizing a feeling of pain and agony. Crying Doves in his case seemed to refer … Continue reading When Doves Cry By Robin Carter
“But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or as a thief, or as an evildoer, or as a busybody in other men's matters…” - 1 Peter 4:15 "I heard that she has three kids by two different men." "I heard he went to jail." "They said that you shouldn't talk to them..." So … Continue reading “You Talk Too Much” By Cleo Dailey III (Modernday Lazurus)