Purpose Is the Gift – Ronda Guyton By D. Rena’ Chaney

Leadership is a lifestyle, not a position Realizing strength in your purpose and determination in your drive, while overcoming obstacles at every turn is just part of life and builds confidence for many people. Achieving goals which sometimes are not set by you and conquering challenges with an approach of poise and humility adds a … Continue reading Purpose Is the Gift – Ronda Guyton By D. Rena’ Chaney

EDITORIAL Injustice Addressed with Courage from Victims: Fighting Sexual Harassment By Cassiette West-Williams

Chalk it up to being a 92-year-old elder or perhaps dementia, but I respectfully disagree with “Murder, She Wrote” actress Angela Lansbury’s statements regarding the rash of sexual harassment cases and abuse in America. Lansbury was quoted in an European newspaper as saying that essentially women are at fault for the sexual harassment cases, because … Continue reading EDITORIAL Injustice Addressed with Courage from Victims: Fighting Sexual Harassment By Cassiette West-Williams

The Struggle Continues… By Sherry Cannon – When Silence is not an option

Dr. William Barber is the Martin Luther King Jr of our day. It appears most clergy have decided to take a sabbatical; Dr. William Barber has picked up Dr. King’s mantle that lay unclaimed, since his death in 1968. Dr. Barber's mantra is "Forward Together, Not One Step Back." He boldly proclaims the moral importance … Continue reading The Struggle Continues… By Sherry Cannon – When Silence is not an option

What a Difference a Manger Makes By Cleo Dailey III (Modernday Lazurus)

“And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn…”- Luke 2:7 She was bloody, exhausted, and afraid; he was confused, burdened, and afraid. But they traveled. They knew that there was no way this could … Continue reading What a Difference a Manger Makes By Cleo Dailey III (Modernday Lazurus)

Six Illegal Questions to Ask During a Job Interview By Cheryll Boswell

Job interviews are often uncomfortable. They become really uncomfortable when questions that don’t relate to a person’s background or qualifications are asked. There are federal and state laws that protect individuals when filling out applications or interviewing for a job. Those laws try to level the playing field so that individuals are hired based on … Continue reading Six Illegal Questions to Ask During a Job Interview By Cheryll Boswell