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Yes, Black History Month is still needed

I’m not a sports fan by any stretch of the imagination, but I’m very interested in the recent lawsuit filed against the NFL. According to, former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores is suing the NFL, the Dolphins, New

Social distancing, church and technology

[jwplayer 7v1eq8Vv] Some churches are still holding services during this time of the pandemic, exposing parishioners to unnecessary danger. How can churches adapt safely during this time of COVID-19? Christina Steed talks with church technology expert and #InspiredMobility spokesperson Jason

Paige’s pandemic pondering

In this episode, I talk about my reflections during this Covid-19 pandemic. I offer some info that has been helpful to me and my circle to stay lifted and serve others. I also feature a chat with my first podcast

Saying farewell: My Obama journey story

Last night, I was in the room at McCormick Place in Chicago with thousands of others as we said farewell to our president. Like Oprah’s “aha” moment, those who have volunteered or worked in some capacity with President Obama’s political

Swin Cash: Athlete, activist, altruist

For us mere mortals, the concept of retirement in your 30s is beyond comprehension, but for high-performing professional athletes, it’s an inevitable conclusion to a career. What distinguishes WNBA star Swin Cash’s retirement from so many others is while she

Sir Coffee and Mrs. Tea, episode 4

Check out Sir Coffee and Mrs. Tea in their latest podcast where they talk about the struggles of the creative process, the new Amy Winehouse movie, Black Lives Matter versus Cecil the Lion and much more. Stumptown and Teavana are

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