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L.O.V.E. raises violence awareness

L.O.V.E. (Love over Violence and Evil) and S.H.E.A.R., Inc. (Sharing Hope Empowerment and Reaction), both non-profit organizations, have teamed up with Lively Stones for Jesus Ministries and Apostle Dr. Thelma B. Knowles to host the 1st L.O.V.E. Field Day and Music Festival. The event will take place Sat., Nov. 8th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Betty T. Ferguson Recreational Complex in Miami Gardens.

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God doesn’t consider gender when his message is at stake

Born in 1953 in Cordele, GA., Emily Moore-Harris says “The next year, “my family relocated to Miami. “I was raised in this city and have lived here all of my life. I My husband James and I have three sons: Adrian, Alvin and Kori. After graduating from Miami Central High School in 1971 she later attended Miami Dade College where she graduated in 1994. She enrolled in Florida International University (FIU) before she graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in psychology.

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Queen Mother Nana has 80th birthday and instooled three locals

Queen Mother Boatenma Constance Ekon (Nana) was recently given a grand birthday bash that was attended by several movers and shakers in Miami’s Black community. It was standing room only on Aug. 17 at The American Legion Post 29 at 6445 NE 7th Ave. where relatives, politicians, community leaders and citizens came to celebrate her 80th birthday and “instool” three selectees. To instool means to elevate a selected individual from the rank of great standing in their community, city or state, to that of African royalty; usually to the state of “Queen Mother.”

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Don't let sin hold you hostage

Too many individuals allow their past failures, sins that were purposely plotted, schemed and implemented, and the ones that “just happened” to hold them hostage and keep them from freely serving the Lord. Don’t let sin hold you hostage.

Stacey Morrison’s final curtain call

‘I have fought the good fight, I have finished my course. . .’

Stacey Yvonne Morrison was born to Almarita “Rita” Mackins and the late Ernest Foley Morrison on April 25, 1971 in Miami, FL. While she was young, Morrison excelled in the arts, academics, and athletics. She graduated from Miami Killian Senior High school in 1989. During her senior year, she was voted “Most Athletic” for her achievements in basketball and track and field. She was honored for a mural she painted on the school’s courtyard commemorating Black History.

A perfect community for imperfect people

In the beginning there was a perfect world. It was created by God and everything in it was excellent. Genesis 1:26-27 tells us all about God’s perfect creations. The scripture also says, “Let us make man in our image. After our own likeness, and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over the whole earth, and over every creeping thing that move along the ground. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.”

Pastor Murphy: “I want to build God a spiritual and physical house”

Dorthea Murphy was born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1943. She attended Mays High School but was unable to graduate due to the financial support she had to give to the family. She was obligated to stop school, and help her mother buy food and clothes for her siblings.

Hellanna S. Waiters aims to be pure before God

Hellanna S. Waiters is a poet, spoken word artist and author. She recently completed her book entitled Hellanna’s Inspirational Approach: Inspiring you as you journey through life. Her inspiration has come from Maya Angelou. Hellanna said, “I have a passion for writing.”

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Opa-locka student excels at Osceola High School

Kimani “Kiki” Francois is at the top of her game and climbing

Kimani “Kiki” Francois is one extraordinary high school student. Not only is Kimani a high-stellar student at Osceola High school, she excels in extra-curriculum activities also. She was elected Basketball Scholar of the Year for 2012 and 2013; Insurance Of America Scholar for Osceola 2013 and featured in ES3 Magazine; National Honor Society, and featured in the Peabody Hotel Newsletter (Scholar Honors).

There is a right time for everything

Wisdom properly guides one to apply information to help a person solved a problem or get out of a situation. Getting old does not always provide an individual wisdom. I am sure you know some seniors who have lacked wisdom when they were in certain situations.



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