Category: Grief & Loss

Turkey-backed Syrian rebel fighters in action in the village of Yabisa, near the Turkish-Syrian border, on Sunday (image, Reuters)

Does war in Syria have anything to do with the end times?

As civil war rages in Syria and other nations ponder potential involvement, some Bible teachers believe we can see biblical end-times prophecy unfolding right before our eyes. The Middle East is a religious-political powder keg and has been for years, but the Syrian Crisis seems to be making the situation that much more explosive. Because of Syria’s proximity to Israel, […]

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Educating African-American clergy was one of the primary concerns of the founders of Howard University. Although Howard has provided stellar theological education for clergy and laypersons since its founding in 1867, it has not developed a Ph.D. program in religious studies. Such a doctoral program would be the first of its kind at a historically Black theological school. It will be the crown jewel of the life and legacy of Dr. Cain Hope Felder.

Dr. Cain Hope Felder, Biblical Scholar, Dead at 76

Born: June 9, 1943 in Aiken, South Carolina, U.S. Died: October 1, 2019  at the age of 76 in Mobile, Alabama, U.S. Religion: Christianity (Methodist) Church: United Methodist Church, African Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Dr. Cain Hope Felder, a prominent biblical scholar who was the former dean for many years of Howard University’s School of Divinity died at the age […]

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Where Do People Go When They Die?

Where Do People Go When They Die?

The Bible is absolutely clear that, ultimately, there are only two options for where you go when you die: heaven or hell. The Bible also makes it abundantly clear that you can determine where you go when you die. How? Read on. First, the problem. We have all sinned (Romans 3:23). We have all done things that are wrong, evil, […]

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All-Natural Ways to Cope with Grief & Loss

All-Natural Ways of Coping with Grief & Loss

by Stephanie James | It is very important to get plenty of rest while grieving, but don’t allow your body to

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