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Interview With Rev. Dr. Stephen D. Jones, of First Baptist Church On Christian Nationalism

Rev. Dr. Stephen D. Jones, co-pastor of First Baptist Church in Kansas City, has expressed his views on Christian nationalism in several articles. He opposes the idea of White Christian nationalism, stating that it seeks to dominate, control, and coerce not only individuals but society as a whole. He argues that this movement is built

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Interview With Sean Smith Running For Congress in Missouri’s 5th District

Sean Smith is a dedicated public servant running for Congress in Missouri’s 5th District. Currently, he is serving as a Jackson County Legislator, where he has been a relentless advocate for public safety improvements and property tax corrections. With over 25 years of experience as a small business entrepreneur and an advisor to some of

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On Love, Unity and Collective Action

An Excerpt from The Kingdom Within: Exploring Torah-Based Governance and Prophetic Messianic Redemption by Miykael Qorbanyahu Love, unity, and collective action have historically played pivotal roles in mobilizing communities and fostering social change, ultimately contributing to the manifestation of the principles of the Kingdom and the pursuit of Redemption. Historical examples, such as Marcus Garvey’s

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CMG Welcome’s It’s Newest Contributors Michael Long Also Known As Miykael Qorbanyahu

Husband, father, servant, B. Michael Long, also known as Miykael Qorbanyahu, is an author, scholar and spiritual leader of House of Messiah Ministries. With a deep-rooted passion for exploring the intersections of faith, governance, and social justice, Long has dedicated his life to studying and teaching the transformative principles found in the Torah. His work

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Education Technology (EdTech): Enhancing Learning Opportunities for Black and Brown Communities

In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, Education Technology (EdTech) is playing a pivotal role in reshaping the learning environment. For Black and Brown communities, which have historically faced systemic challenges in accessing quality education, EdTech offers a transformative opportunity to bridge the gap and foster educational equity. EdTech encompasses a broad range of digital tools

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Interview with Attorney Tracey Chappell, running for Jackson County Prosecutor

Interview with Attorney Tracey Chappell, running for Jackson County Prosecutor with her commitment to upholding the rights of law-abiding citizens and ensuring public safety, has announced her candidacy for the esteemed role of Jackson County Prosecutor. With a law degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and a wealth of trial experience, Chappell

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Interview with Sylvester “Sly” James Author of A Passion for Purpose Building Cities for Our Children

Interview with Sylvester “Sly” James, a native of Kansas City, took the oath of office as the city’s 56th Mayor in 2011 and was re-elected in 2015. Before his political career, he served as a military police officer in the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. James, a successful lawyer before entering politics, has been

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“Exploring the Connection between ‘Spiritual Nutrition’ and Exercise

By Estelle Brooks Peace, good health and blessings to all. D.N.A. is a priority: determination-nutrition-awareness brings about a healthy you. A N.E.W. you: Nutrition-Exercise-Wellness is the key to a healthy new you. Concerning “Spiritual Nutrition”. Spiritual Nutrition is not based on any particular religions’ belief. Your religion may say not to eat pork or other

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