Black History Month: John Handcox’s Songs of Resistance

Delta gospel, blues, and labor songs sprang from the fields where pain and resistance, strength and sorrow coexisted. The music that came from this place speaks to the land of milk and honey and the valley of dry bones. It speaks to the place where riches abound and poverty prevails. It speaks…

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The Storms Keep Coming

By Andrea Price a_price1 I've had the privilege of living in 3 states where natural disasters are prevalent: Arkansas, Texas and Florida. Last Sunday, while sitting on the couch, I heard the citywide tornado alarm sounding. Every Wednesday at 12pm the alarm sounds throughout the city, so when I heard it Sunday,…

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Disconnect to Reconnect

By Andrea Price @aprice_1 This weekend I did something I've never done before: I. went. camping. I didn't know what to expect, but I knew what I wanted to do, disconnect to reconnect. Disconnect from the virtual space and reconnect to what matters a great deal to me faith, family and service.…

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Bucking the Status Quo in Philanthropy

    By Andrea Price @aprice_1 Bucking status quo in philanthropy: Emmett Carson doesn't put limitations on his partners or tools. <Check out this 1-minute video by Dr. Emmett Carson Dr. Emmett Carson is one of the greatest philanthropic leaders of the 21st Century. His vision and insight has transformed the Silicon…

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