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Spelman’s WISDOM (Women in Spiritual Discernment of Ministry) Center and Sisters Chapel were among 78 organizations across the country to receive nearly $70 million in grants through Thriving in Ministry.

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Within the African American community there is an annual observance called a Watch Night Service. This service that runs from 10:30 PM until 12 AM on New Year’s Day dates back to December 31, 1862.

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Top 10 most viewed posts of 2018 on .BASE – Black Theology Project

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When John Allen Chau, a twenty-six year old Chinese American Christian from the United States, ventured into the Indian Ocean in a vain attempt to evangelize an indigenous tribe well-known for their hostility to outsiders, little did anyone know the full impact of his efforts. The conversation sparked by his death at the hands of the Sentineli tribe has riveted leaders all […]

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Millennial Womanism is an emerging concept developed by Liz S Alexander and Melanie C Jones that seeks to draw upon a unique womanist epistemological and methodological framework utilizing a millennial lens.

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 This election day is culminating a battle which has been waged between an evil system and masses of “the disinherited.”  We are not sure of what the outcome will be.

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The PhD Program in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric at Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) is now accepting applications to join its second cohort of students. Applications will be taken until December 17, 2018.

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Through therapy, I was guided to give voice to what I’d buried for so long. I felt a deep release. I no longer had to hide parts of my story.

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Millennial Womanism is an emerging concept developed by Liz S Alexander and Melanie C Jones that seeks to draw upon a unique womanist epistemological and methodological framework utilizing a millennial lens.

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Building broad-based fusion coalitions as part of a moral movement to confront racial and economic inequality

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