"Easter is like what it will be entering eternity when you suddenly, peacefully, clearly recognize all your mistakes as well as all that you did well: everything falls into place."
“If I am to love the people, if I am to serve the people, I must first be able to see them.”
Their stories include the ravages of war, life before and after moving to Louisville as refugees and immigrants, the foster care system, juvenile detention, motherhood, and many other challenges and triumphs.
Enjoy this a Gospel performance of “The Lord Is Holy (Bless Ye The Lord)” by St. Stephen Choir from the Night of a Thousand Stars event during the 1997 Festival of Faiths!
“It is easy enough to tell the poor to accept their poverty as God's will when you yourself have warm clothes and plenty of food and medical care and a roof over your head..."
Friday, Aug. 7, marks the start of a virtual [...]
This week’s #WisdomWednesday highlights the words of Ambassador Shabazz during the 2015 [...]
The Rev. Robert Harvey says to “challenge what you receive, ask questions, say it’s not true because maybe it’s not true with you.”
The uprising for racial justice is not just happening in cities, but in rural areas, too — and you can help!
“It is really not about placing blame, because we have to move from that. We have to figure out how to fix what is broken. But sometimes America does need to say, ‘I’m sorry.'"