Life & Culture

Gentlewoman: Etiquette for a Lady, From a Gentleman: A Review

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You might be wondering how can a man tell a woman how to be a woman. Find out how author Enitan Bereola navigates this tricky terrain in his latest book. Read more

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Black Christian Women Now: Political Engagement

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As black women continue to rise in political influence, Black Christian women are increasingly forced to consider how they politically engage in a biblically faithful way. Read more

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Black Christian Women Now: Where Do We Stand?

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An introduction to a multimedia series exploring the intersection of faith and lived experience for black Christian women. Read more

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10 Habits for Raising Academically Successful Kids, Pt. 2

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In part one you learned how to set expectations and establish a presence with your child’s teachers. In part two learn how your home and your child’s social circle contribute to their academic success. Read more

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10 Habits for Raising Academically Successful Kids, Pt. 1

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Although the school year is in full swing it’s not too late to implement these rules for helping your child be as successful as they can be this school year. Read more

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Educating All God’s Children: A Review

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Writer Natasha Sistrunk Robinson reviews education expert Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham’s book which explores what Christians can and should do to close the achievement gap. Read more

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Ray Rice: Domestic Abuse, Weed, and the NFL “Standard”

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The Ravens termination and NFL suspension of Ray Rice reveals a double standard regarding athlete infractions and is forcing fans to think deeply about supporting players and teams. Read more

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And He Gave Some to Be Mothers: Motherhood as Ministry

By Donna Owusu-Ansah 

Amid soiled diapers, sleep deprivation, and shuttling children to their various activities, it may be difficult to embrace the truth that motherhood is ministry. Read more

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Jackie Robinson West: A Beacon of Light for Southside Chicago

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Growing from their city’s violent reputation to world sports victors. Read more

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Mo’ne Davis Pitching Inspiration

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This thirteen-year-old is one of 18 girls that have played in the Little League World Series and is set to break records. Read more

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