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Category: Family

What are the chances?!

April 23, 2015 |

A curious Ohio woman set about to find her birth mother, and found out she was much closer than she ever dreamed. La-Sonya Mitchell-Clark requested records from the Ohio Department of Health to begin the search for her birth mother. … Read More

Mama Agnes

April 21, 2015 |

Since our society is pretty much as “thin-skinned” as pre-pubescent girls anymore, hardly anyone dares speak their mind. Truth and forthrightness are so dang rare these days; they’re sorta like the “Bigfoot” and “Loch Ness Monster” of the character world. … Read More

An inconvenient life

April 19, 2015 |

Life is sacred, according to G-d. To man; not so much. When we attain the level of arrogance that WE get to decide who lives and who dies, the end of our society begins. Of course we change the semantics … Read More

“Poppa” goes to PROM!

April 16, 2015 |

Y’all have to watch this, if for nothing more than the ACCENTS! An Alabama grandfather who dropped out of school after the eighth grade, missed out on “prom”, so he was invited to go by his grand-daughter; a Southern belle … Read More

Missing a family member, put “on ice”

April 14, 2015 |

When a family member goes off in the service, especially to the Middle East, there is always that gnawing question of whether you will ever see them again. Army Sergeant Dan Urman, who had been in Afghanistan, arranged to surprise … Read More

Oh for the days of manners!

April 13, 2015 |

I’m not sure if my parents withheld the gift itself, or food and water, but I was taught to write THANK YOU NOTES! Trying to get an RSVP these days is pitiful too! There are just some things that decent … Read More

Following Ben Carson

April 10, 2015 |

Just this week, Christopher Harris wrote a piece about two-parent families, and the huge part they play in providing students the foundation to attend “Ivy League” Universities; this is an example.

Harold Ekeh of Long Island New York came to … Read More

Sharing food…and life.

April 9, 2015 |

We lose our way sometimes, and if we are wise, we will seek godly counsel. Sometimes the godly counsel even comes to us. Here’s a story of love-in-action where sharing a plate of food ended up saving a life and … Read More

Deonte Hoard: Chicago’s “Urban Prep” loses it’s first alumnus to gun violence.

April 8, 2015 |

Its been said that for all Americans, but Blacks in particular, there are five things that can be done to dramatically reduce, and virtually eliminate, the probability and likelihood of ending up living in poverty: #1 – Graduate from High … Read More

Young Black Males and The Ivy League: The power of being raised by TWO PARENTS.

April 7, 2015 |

In Long Island, NY, seemingly worlds away from the mean streets of the five boroughs of New York City, two young Black males have done something relatively extraordinary. One year apart from each other, they have both applied to, and … Read More

Right place, right time!

April 3, 2015 |

A man who just happened to come upon a busy intersection at the same time an “escapee” toddler did, saved the day, and possibly the toddler’s life!

Initially the police had no idea who this man was who stopped his … Read More