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Read before quoting what 'thus says the Lord'

The Bible teaches us, “Remind your people of these great facts, and command them, in the name of the Lord, not to argue over unimportant things. Such arguments are confusing and useless and even harmful.” (II Timothy 2:14 LB). The ...

Henry Lubin hopes to attend medical school

Henry Lubin, a senior at North Miami Senior High, has been selected as the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Student of the Month for December. Lubinplans to go to college and major in biology to prepare for medical school. He ...

Miami Times brings together local choirs to celebrate holiday season

They’re strong enough to lift every voice when they sing. All 32 of them. With their deep voices and charisma, the all-male choir at the 93rd Street Community Baptist Church have been pumping out notes and robust harmonies for 23 ...

Be thankful to God every day

Tomorrow, Nov. 27 is Thanksgiving Day in the United States, and families across the nation will gather together to play games, watch games, and eat tons and tons of great tasting food. Some folks will travel miles just to be ...

Miracle Workers Outreach feeds underprivileged families in Goulds

The Miracle Workers Outreach Ministry usually serves its Thanksgiving meals in front of Davis Grocery store on Southwest 120th Avenue in Goulds. Fear of the rain led the Miracle Workers to serve the meal on the lawn of Bishop Ernest ...

Julius Green, 92, celebrates birthday 'no aches, no pain'

Julius Green has a remarkable outlook on life. Whether he is in pain or not, when anyone asks him how he is doing, Green’s reply, according to his niece Deborah Johnson, is always the same: “No aches, no pain.”

Faith Calendar

New Christ Tabernacle MBC invites you to their musical 3:30 p.m. Nov. 30. Call 305-621-8126. Immanuel Temple AME Church will have their Love Out Loud and World AIDS Day Awareness Worship Service 10 a.m. Dec. 7 at Florida Memorial University’s ...

All we ever do is talk about embracing educational reform

There’s been a lot of discussion lately about our public school systems. A recent report revealed that 49 schools within Tulsa Public Schools received an F grade by the state of Oklahoma. Most of those schools are in my legislative ...

Season’s greetings from a Miami gang

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and it’s bringing with it the season of giving. With hundreds of free turkeys on the line, a Miami gang is in on the merriment. Mirva Cadet, Gang Alternative program director, said the youth ...

Pastor Leslie Brown III: Directs others to Jesus Christ

Leslie Brown III was born in Bronx, N.Y. Since his father, Leslie Jr. was in the military, the Brown family lived in numerous countries and cities, including Panama and Germany. The family eventually ended up in Sioux City, Iowa. Brown ...

Microsoft chairman gifts FAMU $5 million

Florida A & M University received the largest single donation in its 127-year history from alumnus Microsoft Chairman John W. Thompson and his wife Sandi. The $5 million will provide scholarships to high performing students from low wealth families. Thompson ...

We need to know God from A to Z

Throughout the Bible, we find that God wants only the best for our lives and those in our households. He tells us if we seek him first, we can ask him for anything and it will not be denied. He ...

The Village will help families in need for Christmas

Sharing Hope Empowerment and Reaction (SHEAR), a nonprofit organization, Angel Tree Prison Ministry and Love Over Violence and Evil (LOVE.) have partnered together for their second annual Christmas in the Village Toy Giveaway. This fun-filled event will take place on ...

Pastor of the Week

Sarah A. Person is the founder and senior Pastor of Tabernacle of Deliverance Praise and Worship Center. She is a native of Picalune, Mississippi and is the proud mother of four children, 14 grandchildren and one great-grand child. Person accepted ...

Northwestern principal nominated for award

Miami Northwestern principal Wallace Aristide is a candidate for the prestigious Leonard Miller Principal Award for turning around the Liberty City high school that was for years on the brink of being closed by the state because of its poor ...