If there is one thing you can count on in your life, it’s that your path will not always be easy.
When I got married, I was disappointed with the friendship between my wife, Raquel, and me.
Khloe Kardashian, of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” fame, had a baby Thursday morning. Everyone seems to have advice for Khloe and here is mine...
On Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday, we recall the two pillars of the Holocaust: “Never Forget” and “Never Again.”
“There is nothing you will ever do that will stop me from loving you,” my father told me before walking out of my room. I was a 17-year-old high school senior and I had just been arrested for multiple felonies.
My life growing up was a struggle. When I walked into college, I carried a heavy burden of years of hurt and bitterness.
The Christian commandment to provide comfort and justice to the most vulnerable in our society was vividly taught by our savior Jesus Christ in the book of Matthew, Chapter 25, verses 34-40, when describing the final judgement.
The world today is full of broken relationships and broken families.
Rocky Top is about to get its freak on.
With so many women bravely sharing their experiences with sexual harassment and assault through #MeToo and #Timesup, we have still missed something major.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. – who was tragically assassinated 50 years ago on April 4, 1968 – set the gold standard for true leadership and advocacy of historic social change through nonviolence.
Exactly half a century ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who gave voice to the importance of embracing love and equality, was tragically murdered in Memphis, Tennessee.
As we pause to reflect on the life and assassination of one of the greatest and most courageous leaders in history, I recall how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. became a hero to me, when I was a poor and often homeless white boy all those years ago.
Outgoing Planned Parenthood President and CEO Cecile Richards just published a book detailing her lifetime of pro-choice activism.
The Air Force has reversed its decision to punish a highly-decorated and respected colonel after he refused to publicly affirm the same-sex spouse of a retiring subordinate.
A retired Air Force sergeant who was forcibly removed two years ago from a military retirement ceremony as he recited a traditional passage honoring the flag filed a lawsuit Monday, claiming he was ousted for mentioning the word "God."
After a period across the nation of many controversial Confederate monuments being removed, one of the most liberal cities in America is set to tear down a presidential statue, calling it offensive to Native Americans, according to reports.
Easter Day, which falls on Sunday for most Christians in the U.S., celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
I was five years old when I walked into my mother's bedroom and told her I wanted to give my life to Christ.
With Easter upon us, that most venerable day when Christians across the globe celebrate the atoning death of Jesus, we would do well to remember that THE symbol of this day, the cross, is not only a link to God, but it is also a pathway to bridging the many racial and cultural issues that divide us all today.