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White Reparations & Black Forgiveness

White folks and Black folks both have a big problem, but until White America makes reparations to Black people for chattel slavery their guilt will remain. And until Black folks forgive White folks fo...


When You Love Someone, Be Willing To Let Them Go!

When I was a young girl, butterflies were plentiful where I grew up, down south in Dover, North Carolina. In fact, our home was located on the Hill Farm, owned by my grandfather. During that time,...


Community Fest 2021 Presented by New Jerusalem M.B Church of Inkster

It was one of the hottest weekends to close out the month of August and the Women of Wisdom ministry of New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, could be seen working as they were determined to have a...


School Buildings Opening Again During Severe Covid Outbreaks

Last year was a huge concern to the world when we experienced a modern day pandemic, named Covid 19. Our students had to leave school houses; colleges and universities emptied out, and we all went...


To A Grieving Church And Country "The Fall Of Afghanistan"

America is going through the grieving process over the current events taking place in Afghanistan. And there are five steps in this process the last of these being Acceptance. But the only way to get...

 By Lyndia Grant    Faith    August 19, 2021

A Life Filled With Abundance in Memory of Phyllis Temple Lewis Ponders

One thing to consider is that we enter this world alone and we leave this world alone. Yes, family is usually around for births and deaths, but at birth you begin to breathe on your own then upon...

 By Pastor Overall    Faith    May 6, 2021

Whose Voice Are You Hearing When It Comes To Vaccination or Not

Sermon Text: John 10:3 The gatekeeper opens the gate for him, and the sheep recognize his voice and come to him. He calls his own sheep by name and leads them out. 4 After he has gathered his own...

 By John Thomas III    Faith    April 8, 2021

The Seven Last Words of George Floyd

The commemoration of Good Friday is a solemn and holy event for Christians. We cannot get to the resurrection of Jesus Christ without traversing through the crucifixion, death, and burial of God's...

 By Telegram Staff    Faith    April 1, 2021


Jesus Has Risen Matthew 28: 1-16 1 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. 2 There was a violent earthquake, for an angel...


Father Ellis Clifton's Life -

irst, let me say that I am honored to be interviewed for this Black History celebration. I commend you and The Telegram for excellent reporting and service to the various communities you serve. As I...


Spiritually Speaking.... Walking is So Much More Than Just Exercise

If I haven't before, let me ask you now. Can somebody explain a "faith walk" to me? I frequently refer to my own spiritual transformation that way and I've had others describe this "thing" that I'm...


Faith and Community Leaders to Government Officials: Protect the Vote, Count the Votes

WASHINGTON – Faith leaders from across Michigan joined a group of more than 1,100 faith and community leaders representing communities in all 50 states today as a part of a joint call for federal,...


Woman's Obituary: In Lieu of Flowers 'Do Not Vote For Trump'

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - An obituary for a Minneapolis-area woman who died at age 93 included one specific request for her mourners: Do not vote for Donald Trump. Georgia May Adkins, of Inver Grove...

 By Bill Fletcher    Faith    October 1, 2020


Anyone who has followed the career of Donald Trump can only be but so surprised by the allegations that he has demeaned military veterans and fallen fighting men and women. The allegations, which included the identification of fallen soldiers as lose...

 By Jean Overman    Faith    August 20, 2020

Christ Temple City of Refuge host Community Gas Give-away

INKSTER - On Saturday, August 15th, the citizens of Inkster were blessed with Free Gas. Through a partnership with Christ Temple City of Refuge (CTCOR), Mike Bazzi - owner of the Citgo Gas Station...

 By Pastor Overall    Faith    July 30, 2020


This is why I cannot vote for Donald J. Trump for a second term in the White House. 1. Trump said he would build a wall and fix our immigration problem. He did build 3 miles of a wall but anyone can...


Save-A-Life Program

The Save-A-Life Program is a collaboration between Wayne County Public Health Division and Garden City Hospital to bring further COVID-19 and antibody serology testing to Wayne County and identify... Full story

 By James Washington    Faith    July 2, 2020

"Daddy Do I Have to?"

There is a question I've been mulling over and, if you don't mind, I would like your input. Does one follow the Word of God because you know you should or, because you have to? I mean is the faith wal... Full story


Faith and Common-Sense, Ways to Fight Coronavirus "I was Just Thinking"

Fannie Mae Miles Bradford, at 89, has experienced more in her lifetime than many of the government officials who are advising us about our lives today. So, Mrs. Bradford is approaching the...


"A Tale of Two Pandemic Viruses: COVID-19 & Racism '20"

Like most decent people, I was shocked but not surprised by seeing the videos coming out of Minneapolis, Minnesota showing George Floyd, 46, an unarmed and non-resistant African American man lying on... Full story

 By Pastor Overall    Faith    June 4, 2020


Husbands & wives are spending lots of time together. Boyfriends & girlfriends are spending much-talking phone time together or should be as they prepare for what could be. People engaged to be... Full story

 By Pastor Overall    Faith    May 21, 2020

Question: Pastor O., why is it wrong when White people march and protest but it's okay when Black people do it?

Answer: A White person wants to know the difference between Black people marching and protesting versus White people's protests and marches. First, White people march and protest for rights that they... Full story


OP-ED: The Role of the Black Church During a Pandemic

I recently came across an article on that highlighted a furor on several social media platforms regarding whether wealthy pastors are contributing enough to COVID-19 relief efforts.... Full story

 By Rev. LT Willis    Faith    April 23, 2020

Stay Home Family Over Everything

For nearly six weeks now, life as many of us have known it to be has been impacted by the Coronavirus. Many businesses have had to close the doors, people have lost their sources of income, their employment, etc. Life has seemingly caved in on us... Full story


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