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There was no separation of church and state Tuesday morning during the 28th Annual Prayer Breakfast as pastors prayed fervently for the city and elected officials stirred supporters with projections and promises in the new year. It was a mix of church service and political rally. What began in 1990...
Gospel music lovers bountiful in number have nominated, endorsed and named their picks for the inaugural “Victory! Gospel Music Series.” Votes for the most named choirs and crowd-pleasing favorites have been tallied. And 10 of Memphis’ best will take the stage to fill the coffers of four worthy charities. “Victory!” –...
by Kelley Evans Deion Sanders knew all about success. He had won two Super Bowls and appeared in a World Series. He’d become a father, made a lot of money, even released an album. Yet in 1997 at the prime of it all, he drove his car off a cliff, ready to...
(The Rev. Noel G. L. Hutchinson Jr., mission director for the Progressive National Baptist Convention), visited Rwanda from December 3-8 for a leadership conference with 200-plus pastors from throughout the African country. The Memphis-based organizer of Greater Works Fellowship taught, preached, blogged and vlogged along the way. This...
(The Rev. Noel G. L. Hutchinson Jr., mission director for the Progressive National Baptist Convention), visited Rwanda from December 3-8 for a leadership conference with 200-plus pastors from throughout the African country. A keynote speaker, the Memphis-based organizer of Greater Works Fellowship, taught and preached and decided to blog/vlog...
by Dorothy Bracy Alston For just shy of four decades, Mission Possible: Christian Outreach Service Mission (COSM) annually hosts a gathering to honor and thank volunteers, donors and sponsors who believe in the non-profit's  work in Memphis and surrounding areas. On Dec. 2, the Dr. Martin Luther King Labor Center was...
(The Rev. Noel G. L. Hutchinson Jr., mission director for the Progressive National Baptist Convention), will be in Rwanda from December 3-8 for a leadership conference with 200-plus pastors from throughout the African country. A keynote speaker, the Memphis-based organizer of Greater Works Fellowship will also be teaching and...
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Kafé Kirk is Kirk Whalum's love letter to his hometown, as well as a chance to bring some of the musically gifted friends he's made over the years to Memphis. But he's also made a holiday tradition of "The Gospel According to Jazz," a love letter, well, to the...