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February, 2018

  • 19 February

    Ways to Support Black-Owned Businesses

    Fredrick Douglass once said, “Who you give your money to is who you give your power to.” That being said, let’s explore some ways we all can support black business. Don’t expect a discount When a new phone or pair of sneakers comes out, we don’t question the price. We …

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  • 16 February

    Ex-Mafia Boss Quits The Mob and Follows Christ

    Michael Franzese grew up as the son of the notorious Underboss of New York’s violent and feared Colombo crime family. At his most affluent, he generated an estimated $5 to $8 million per week from legal and illegal businesses. It was a life filled with power, luxury and violence. He …

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  • 14 February

    Pastorship and the Three Homes that Must be Maintained

    As a pastor I’ve learned many valuable lessons in regard to time management, prioritizing, and attentiveness. Young Pastors often tend to focus so heavily on the upkeep of the church that they slack on two other important concerns. There are three homes that the Pastor must get in order and …

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  • 13 February

    How Our Culture Influences How We Think About Sexual Purity and Singleness

    The biggest commercial holiday for love and romance takes place tomorrow and we’ve been seeing decorations for Valentine’s Day since January! Companies are pushing us to spend money on their products for our loved ones, and while I can go in on the commercialization we commonly fall victim to, there’s …

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  • 12 February

    How to Navigate a Tumultuous Stock Market

    So the stock market is staggered and the cryptocurrency market seems to be tottering, what do you do? Do you take your money and run? Do you leave your money in and watch it rise? Or do you look as this downward spiral in both markets as an unexpected discounted …

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  • 8 February

    TedTalk by Fawn Weaver: How to Have An Argument-Free Marriage

    Fawn Weaver is a businesswoman and author of The Argument-Free Marriage and Happy Wives Club. She provides profound insights on beating the temptations of arguing with your spouse among other bits of wisdom on marriage. She warns about the law of acceleration and the consequences of regret if we lose …

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  • 7 February

    Media Execs Team Up to Combat “Fake News” With AI and Blockchain Technology

    Former CNN president and chief operating officer, Greg D’Alba and former CNN senior vice president Charles Theiss have co-founded a news technology venture that will look to completely change the way news is currently reported. The plan is to combine blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) to both automate and authenticate breaking news to minimize human …

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  • 5 February

    How to Set Financial Goals and Stick to Them

    Though you may have money regrets, today is a new day! Your money regret may be letting a debt go into collections, taking money out of a retirement account when you shouldn’t have, or not saving at all. Whatever the blunder, don’t let your finances being in such bad shape …

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  • 4 February

    Must Watch: Pastor Steven Furtick’s Down to Earth Converstation with Charlamagne The God

    Everyone has a worldview, but how often do we take the time to explore how it was formed? In this short film, Pastor Steven Furtick and Charlamagne tha God go back to their hometown for a conversation on roots, race, religion, and more. This is one of the best exchanges …

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  • 3 February

    Black History Is American History

    How long have black people been free in America? What decade or period in history comes to mind? This blog is the first in a series that will seek to use the occasion of Black History Month to wrestle with our racial history as Americans. Typically when Black History is …

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