This week we discuss that loving someone means accepting that ALL of their experiences have made them who they are. Take a listen! Relationship Talk with Bishop L. Spenser Smith on Wednesday at 3 on Praise 100.9!

Via: News One From On Hannity last night, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she’s “all for” profiling Muslims if it saves “innocent American lives.” Speaking about the Fort Hood shooting, she said there were “massive warning flags that were missed all over the place” because of a “fear of being politically incorrect.” “Profiling” […]

This week we are going to eliminate excuse-making mentalities. Sometimes people think, “If people wouldn’t have treated me like that, I would be successful” or “if my problem was anything other than this, I could handle it.” You probably know countless other thoughts that are similar. Let’s fast from making excuses:

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Via: Charlotte Observer A missing 5-year-old whose mother was accused of offering her for sex was found dead off a heavily wooded road in a rural area Monday, ending a weeklong search, police said. Searchers found Shaniya Davis’ body early Monday afternoon about 100 feet off a wooded road southeast of Sanford, in central North […]

Via: Ephesians 6:12 (New International Version) “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” This week’s unwarranted attack on the soldiers at Fort Hood helps us to remember […]

Via: “He will fill your lips with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy.” – Job 8:21 The sole purpose of this blog is to bring some humor.  I’m a simple woman (for the most part).  I enjoy a good laugh and I definitely enjoy making others laugh.  I think sometimes we become […]

Via: News One Since the United States of America was brought into existence by the Revolutionary War, Black soldiers have served bravely in every armed conflict this nation has faced. In honor of Veteran’s Day, here’s a retrospective of Black involvement in American wars past and present.

    This week we talk about establishing trust within a relationship. Take a listen!  Bishop L. Spenser Smith weekly on Wednesdays at 3PM EST on Praise 100.9

Via: Let’s be honest. Christian television is awful. The shows either have very big families who are preacher’s kids, or wayward Angels. We see ourselves on shows such as Lexi’s interviews and Gospel music programming. It’s just not imaginative at all. Regardless of who’s at the helm, the formula hasn’t changed much. From Jim […]

Via: Charlotte Observer A birthday party in west Charlotte turned into a home invasion site overnight, with two party-goers suffering gunshot wounds, police say. It happened about 12:30 a.m. at an apartment in the 600 block of West Boulevard, according to police reports. Several people were in the apartment at the time, and they told […]