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All of Me. Helen Baylor, gospel recording artist, has a beautiful gospel ballad entitled “All of Me” Jesus take all of me—I’m holding nothing back—I give myself to thee and though I do not know what the future holds. I ask you to take all of me. This song...
As women across the national creatively and respectfully recognize and celebrate the achievements of American women, Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church joins this campaign, which is open to the public with several events during the month of March. On Sunday, March 18, Dr. Carole Collins-Ayanlaja will present a message taken from...
He suffered health problems his last few months. By Adrian Moore, NewsOne Rev. George Clements, a priest and veteran civil rights activist, died on Monday (Nov. 25) at a hospital in Northwest Indiana. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago native suffered a stroke in November and within the last month, Clements...
By James Washington (The Dallas Weekly/NNPA Member) The road to spiritual salvation is sometimes so obvious, so apparent that we just miss it. Like most of Jesus’ message, it doesn’t seem possible that by simply changing one’s outlook, the Kingdom of Heaven is yours. “Teacher, which is greatest commandment of...
By Chinta Strausberg, Chicago Crusader Civil rights activist Reverend Dr. Charles Koen died Friday, July 20 2018, in a hospital near Cairo, Illinois, a source confirmed on Monday. Dr. Koen, who was born on August 7, 1945, once worked with several organizations in Southern Illinois during the mid-and late 1960s. He...
By Effie Rolfe Doing is better! My beloved Mom, W.D Rolfe always reminded me that the things I say I am going to do are good. However, to actually do those things is far better. To quote her exact words, “Old Gonna’ is a good dog—but ‘Do’ is the best!”...
By Effie Rolfe Speak it into the Atmosphere—your words have so much power. Life and death is in the power of your tongue (Proverbs 18:21). The sooner we realize that life doesn’t just happen, but is a direct result of what you say and believe the sooner we can get...
Rose Farina, longtime director of Programs and Exhibits at the Richard J. Daley Center in Downtown Chicago, who created the weekday “Under the Picasso” free noontime entertainment programs, passed away Saturday, November 2, 2019 at the age of 88. Mrs. Farina began the wonderful noontime programs in the then, Civic...
By The Final Call and The Chicago Crusader The funeral, or janazah, service for the son of Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan will be in Chicago, June 8 at Mosque Maryam, 7351 S Stony Island Ave, according to The Final Call’s website. Louis Farrakhan, Jr., Minister Louis’ eldest son, died...
Grant Memorial African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 4017 South Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois will have its 104th Anniversary Celebration and Homecoming Revival Celebration on Sunday, September 9, 2018. Founded in 1914, the church over the years has grown spiritually and the program activities have continued to enhance the quality...