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Thursday December 14th 2017



‘Columnists’ Archives

A Few Bricks Short: How Much Would a Woodchuck Chuck?

By David Hull Spring has arrived and so have the outside projects around our house. This year my husband, Bernie and I had an important job to focus our attention on — building a fence to enclose our vegetable garden. Over the years we have slowly enlarged our garden, so that it now includes tomatoes, squash, cabbage, broccoli, cucumbers, [...]

Confessions of a Serial Blonde: Phonography

By Robby Morris I never thought I’d say this, but have ya’ll ever felt the rapid advances in technology is ruining civilization? I do. This is huge of me to confess, because I have an obsession for gadgets and whatnots that keeps me connected to the world that borders on addiction. Recently, four friends from work and I spent a long weekend [...]

Faith Matters: With son’s sex arrest queries resurface about Bishop T. D. Jakes’ sexuality

By Rev. Irene Monroe When preachers pontificate too much from on High about the sins of homosexual sex, the cautionary tale is to be careful of what you say, because your words invariable will come back to bite you, as we have seen with fallen evangelical star pastor Ted Haggard. For Bishop T. D. Jakes, the internationally known African American [...]

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