Thanks To God, We Are Not Consumed by Rev. Charity E. Sephus

We have read of God's anointing Jesus, and afterward, he went about doing good. When Christ was in the world, he was reconciling men unto himself. Now, he sits at the right hand of the throne of God, making intercessions for us as we continue His ministry of reconciliation, and because of His great love, situations do not … Continue reading Thanks To God, We Are Not Consumed by Rev. Charity E. Sephus

Proper Politesse – Etiquette Tips – An Unsavory Practice By Sherry Gordon-Harris

Greetings, Traveler Weekly Readers! I'm Sherry Gordon-Harris, Certified Etiquette Consultant, owner and instructor of Royal Purpose School of Etiquette. Our purpose is to assist with the Total Refinement of You, including children and adults, by offering classes and workshops on Etiquette and Proper Manners. As we learned in the last article, Etiquette is the customary … Continue reading Proper Politesse – Etiquette Tips – An Unsavory Practice By Sherry Gordon-Harris

New Law helps amateur sports participants By Cassiette West-Williams

Opportunity for sports athletes is a dream come true for Malcolm Harris. The son of a young, single parent, Harris is looking forward to making some money from his "brand." The point guard said that he may never play professionally for the Chicago Bulls, but the need to earn money for survival is necessary now. … Continue reading New Law helps amateur sports participants By Cassiette West-Williams

John Shippen—Trailblazer In The Game Of Golf By Mark Hollis

A circa 1899 photograph of golfer John Matthew Shippen Jr. ~Author Unknown, Public Domain As I tuned in to watch the PGA Rocket Mortgage Golf Championships out of Detroit, Michigan recently, I was enlightened by a feature on John Shippen. Shippen was the first African American man to participate and play in a U.S. Open … Continue reading John Shippen—Trailblazer In The Game Of Golf By Mark Hollis