News & Views

An Open Letter to Mase

By  

Writer and longtime Mase fan Jacqueline Holness pens a passionate letter to the former pastor about her disappointment in his recent move back to the rap game. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

How One Man is Bridging the Gap Between Faith and Technology

By  

Jason Caston is taking the lead on AT&T’s Inspired Mobility campaign to help churches and congregants connect. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

Morehouse’s New Professor, an HIV cure, and Brazil in This Week’s Good News

By  

Elimination of the HIV virus, why you might consider moving to Brazil, and other good news. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

The Annual Legacy Conference Begins

By  

The Chicago-based conference unites and uplifts writers, bloggers, preachers, teachers, and believers from across the country. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

‘Black Jesus’ Is Coming, But How Should We Feel?

By  

Boondocks creator, Aaron McGruder, is back at it with what will most likely be a controversial show not only in Hollywood but among the black community of faith. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

I Am Jada, a Black Captain America, and More in This Week’s Good News

By  

Nia Long makes history, 8th graders sign million dollar contract, and did you hear that the new Captain America is black? Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

Stuart Scott’s Seven Words on Cancer at the ESPYs

By  

The ESPN Sportscenter anchor’s seven words that turned cancer cliches on their head and gave many a new outlook on life. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

Four Reasons the Flame & Co. v. Katy Perry Lawsuit is a Bad Idea

By  

Although Flame, Lecrae, and Da Truth may have an airtight case against Katy Perry from an intellectual property perspective, there are reasons the case is a bad idea. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (20) | Pingbacks (1)

Soul Food, Spelman’s Loss, and Laverne Cox: This Week’s Good News

By  

Find out how history was made this week, where to go to satisfy your taste buds, and also read about whose legacy will be left behind at Spelman College. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (0) | Pingbacks (0)

What Can and Is Being Done to Curtail Gun Violence in Chicago

By  

A shooting occurred nearly every hour for 84 during the 4th of July weekend in Chicago. Find out what is being done and what could be done to ensure the city’s safety. Read more

Read the Article | Comments (4) | Pingbacks (1)