Room at the Table

By Minister Alex Agyemang / November 25, 2020

This year, my Thanksgiving dinner will look a little different than in years previous.  Hampered by COVID-19 and taking necessary precautions, this year’s dinner will be limited to a small group of immediate family and close friends.  I suspect it will be the same for you.  And, unfortunately, still yet some will be dealing with…

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The People’s Choice

By Minister Alex Agyemang / October 29, 2020

As we prepare to go to the polls to elect the next leader of this great nation, I am reminded of the solemn responsibility with which we have been entrusted.   Our forefathers knew the only way this experiment would work is if we were active participants.  And George Washington, when he chose to reject the…

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New Horizon

By Bishop Jay Johnson / September 6, 2020

For many, Labor Day symbolizes the end of summer activities as kids return to school, the last day to wear white, or a welcomed start of the fall season. Now, let’s reflect on its true origin. Labor Day was established by the labor movement in the late 1800’s. The Industrial Revolution forced the average American…

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