Emily Just announces publication of ‘Letters from Emily.’ The journal entries from her abusive marriage were the catalyst for Emily Just’s new book, “Letters from Emily: A Christian Woman’s Journey from Abuse to Freedom with Hope—Joy—Blessing” (published by WestBow Press)....
Jonathan Portis will sponsor and host “An Evening of Gospel Quartets” at the Glen Theater, 20 West Ridge Road, on Saturday, July 29 at 6 p.m. The concert will feature the dynamic quartet group, the Douglas Singers. Also on...
As children watched in amazement, National Lakeshore Park Ranger Shane Griffin shows them the skins of wildlife found in Miller Woods around the Douglas Environmental Center in Miller. Ranger Griffin brought skins of foxes, beavers, muskrats and coyotes for...
Pastor Charles Jenkins, from the historic Fellowship MBC, will be the highlight of 3:16 Magazine’s first annual “Taste of Gospel” Saturday, July 22, 2017, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Washington Park. Pastor Jenkins was selected as the star...
By Effie Rolfe, Chicago Crusader A Candle loses no light by lighting another candle. This candle that I speak of is more than mere wax, rather it is the God in you that lifts hearts and enlightens destiny and hope. Moreover, the...
By Urban News, (Religion Staff) An array of multicultural organizations fighting against what they describe as “Christian persecution” around the world is finding it difficult to win broad public support for the issue. That is especially true in the Black...
By Effie Rolfe, Chicago Crusader You still have value—regardless of your life’s journey and the challenges you’ve faced.  I believe that we encounter obstacles to bend us toward the direction that leads to our best self. Regardless of the numerous mistakes, God can fix your mess...
Still youthful, though well into his seventies, the dynamic Chicago Public Schools legendary Social Science Teacher, Richard Pringle, died June 17, 2017. “I got the call last week from his life-long family friend, Janice Washington Taylor,” said Beverly Normand, retired...
James A. Raplin, was a political activist, formerly of Cleveland, Ohio. He died May 30, 2017 at the Symphony of South Shore Facility in Chicago, where he was a resident for two and a half years. Raplin was well known...
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. and the Rainbow PUSH Coalition are honoring Gary native Bishop Henry M. Williamson, Sr. as a part of our Father’s Day 10 a.m., Saturday, June 17th, broadcast at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition headquarters, 930...