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A Quest to Know God

CRUCIFIED I “am crucified” with Christ, nevertheless, I live. Someone may be thinking, what do you mean by being “crucified,” yet you live. Well, I...

75 Years of Ministry

photo credit: Winthrop Nall Rev. Al Sharpton and Rev. Tommy Lewis salutes Rev.W. M. Norwood, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church for his 75 years of...

Dove Award nominated vocalist Kim Stratton’s personal and professional heartbreak inspires Shekinah Glory...

The gold-selling Chicago ensemble Shekinah Glory Ministry is known around the globe for its signature praise and worship anthems like “Praise Is What I Do,” “Yes,”...

2013 Toyota SWAC Football Championship Tickets On Sale Now

Football Ticket Presale Opens Today with General Public On Sale Opening August 26
 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Tickets to the 2013 Toyota SWAC Football Championship are...

Quality Research Papers: For Students of Religion and Theology

Vyhmeister, Nancy Jean. Quality Research Papers: For Students of Religion and Theology.2nd ed. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2008. 288 pp. Paper, $16.99. Nancy Jean Vyhmeister...

Newton Myvettt Named New President

ATLANTA, Ga. – Newton Myvett has been named president of The Art Institute of Atlanta. President Myvett comes to Atlanta from The Art Institute of...

Letter To Editor

The Constitution was made Rugged by earlier Americans and to keep it Rugged is one of our First Responsibilities The 14th Amendment provides the definition...

Obamacare’s Cost of Control

By Elaina George, M.D. ObamaCare advocates are struggling to convince Americans that the takeover of health care is the best thing ever. Even celebrities are helping...

The Afro American Truckers Association leads fight for Truckers in Birmingham

Birmingham desperately needs more name brand service providers to help meet the escalating demand of truckers. I think Birmingham should be ground zero for...

Inside The Statehouse

By Steve Flowers As we approach Labor Day, foremost on most Alabamians’ minds is the beginning of college football season. Traditionally, Labor Day has also marked the...

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