The award honors those who utilize the power of science to advance questions about religion and humanity.
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By Jodi Yonder Special to the Outlook The value of public schools has never been felt more acutely than after the coronavirus pandemic forced classrooms to close and sent our kids to learn from home. The impact on communities unfolded as many parents were laid off, while those still working
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Chairman of Leon County Commission, Bryan Desloge, couldn’t have been more succinct when he joined a group of ministers who called on their congregants to practice social distancing. “If there is ever a time for prayer now is that time,” Desloge said at
By James Washington The Dallas Weekly/NNPA Member I wish I could remember where I heard this. But it is worth repeating for those of you who know what real pain feels like. A televangelist, whose name I can’t remember, reminded me of the powerful nature of words that sometimes
By Hazel Trice Edney and Hamil Harris Trice Edney News Wire As America prepares to return to the polls for mid-term elections amidst racial tensions, continued economic inequities and a president that appears to embrace racism and shun truth, thousands of Black church leaders and parishioners answered a “Call to
By James Washington The Dallas Weekly My word for today is “Steward” or “Stewardship.” I haven’t found this very important word in the bible yet, but I have heard many a pastor preach on it. From the pulpit, I’ve heard the question asked, “Are we good stewards of our own
By Lauren Burke NNPA Newswire Contributor President Donald Trump recently met with a group of Black and Latino pastors about prison reform issues. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has been meeting with journalists in off-the-record briefings on the issue of prison reform and is working with Congress to build support