Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane on Sunday, and has since left 1 million homes and businesses on the Gulf Coast without power. Southern Louisiana and parts of Mississippi in particular are experiencing devastating power outages, and utility companies say it could be weeks before power is back. The storm […]

Pastor John P. Kee is always up for lending a hand in our community. But he doesn’t stop there. Known for his relief efforts in times of tragedy across this country, Pastor Kee is preparing to head to Flint, Michigan to bring some hope to the city who has been victimized by it’s own administration […]

One sign of stress is muscular tension, especially in the neck shoulders and back.  If you are reading this you are probably at your computer –  you’ll find the following simple exercises are great for correcting your posture, relieving tension and helping you to relax. Here’s a taste of this week’s Yoga Flava Video Snack […]

  By Amie Newman UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) estimates that there are 37,000 pregnant women among the survivors of last week’s earthquake in Haiti, a country which in the best of times has the highest maternal mortality rate in the Western Hemisphere.  In the aftermath of the earthquake and the resulting crises, women are […]

In the wake of the tragedy in Haiti, today I spoke with Bishop Phillip Davis about the church and community responsibility.