women

To understand some of the most famous men and their work, sometimes you have to look at the women who stood with them. For Women’s History Month, we looked at notable men who left behind well-known, impactful legacies — and then we looked at the women who encouraged, inspired and worked alongside them. Because when […]

Mae Cullins, Divine International Pow Wows, Monroe Verse 15 from chapter 11 in Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians reads that a woman must cover her head in order to pray or prophesy. It’s a belief shared by the thirteen women who posed for this project. Many of the women talked about dressing for church as […]

Jeanette J. Epps PH.D recently graduated from Astronaut Candidate Training. The death of Sally Ride, the first American female astronaut, has brought to light her contributions to the space program and science. Dr Ride has influenced many females to get into the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Today, there is an increased […]

Bishop Barbara Harris (photo courtesy of inchatatime.blogspot.com) The Right Rev. Barbara C. Harris is the first woman to be ordained a bishop in the Episcopal Church of the United States. An educator, musician and civil rights activist, she directed public relations for Sun Oil Company before entering the ministry. Harris was ordained a deacon in […]

I am a pulpit preacher. I do not come down to the floor in an effort to connect better with the congregation. I do not wander around the sanctuary with anxious energy meandering through my sermon, like a child in a corn maze. No, I stand firmly in my pulpit. Because when I am preaching […]

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, Bishop Secular decides to issue a warning to women in relationships. Click on the audio player to hear…

Bishop Secular talks about how it is said that women should worry about how they dress as they get older, but he disagrees. Click on the audio…

Kierra Sheard has a message for women who seek to satisfy their lustful urges instead of do things God’s way. “If being nasty got you…

Last week, my husband hosted a Stepmom Summit on his show, that was designed to explore many of the numerous issues stepmothers face when dealing…

Grammy® Award winning urban inspirational recording artist Erica Campbell of “I Luh God,” “A Little More Jesus” and “Help” fame is branching off into a…

Burn victim, who received an International Women of Courage Award from First Lady Michelle Obama, is now the new face of a fashion campaign.

  Hillary Clinton just received a glowing endorsement from the mother of slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin. In an op-ed for CNN, Sybrina Fulton pledged…