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Jan 2018 23

“A Word to My Fellow Christians On The Present Crises.”

To Fellow Christians Regarding The Present Crises: To fellow members of the Christian faith and others opposing the blending of religion and politics during these volatile and dangerous times in our Republic, I am compelled to take issue with the position that religion and politics be kept separate. The demand to keep religion out of […]

Nov 2017 22

Good Rules For Daily Living

This thanksgiving let us be grateful for our blessings- and we still have them even though we sometimes think that we don’t- thankful for the power to forgive and to be forgiven, mindful of the need to do our part in making the world a better place for all people, helpful in supporting those causes […]

Jul 2017 28

So Much For Draining The Swamp But Beware of “Monkeys” With Matches.

I never thought that politics in the greatest nation on earth would descend into politricks of the worst show on earth with so much political doublespeak and personal trash talking. Was all that banter about draining the swamp and cleaning up Washington just a way of psyching the American people into believing that things would […]

Jun 2017 03

” We’ll Always Have Paris.”

Rick Blaine knew when he said “We’ll always have Paris,” to Ilsa in their last moments together that he’d probably never see her again in this life, but they would always have the enchanted nights and sweet scented memories of Paris. A Shakespearean parting with such sweet sorrow means adieu to Ilsa amid the fog husks […]

Jan 2017 20

Embracing the Legacy of Dr. M.L.King Jr: Serve, Advocate, Inspire!

 Embracing the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr: Serve, Advocate and Inspire! Delivered on January 16, 2017 City of Southfield Annual M L King Jr. Celebration Southfield, Michigan Carlyle Fielding Stewart III Introduction Good Morning People! This is a day that the Lord has made. Let us give thanks and rejoice today that we […]

Nov 2016 24

“Counting our Blessings.”

I heard a preacher once say “the most practiced arithmetic in the world should be counting our blessings.” He’s right! We should count our blessings each day, for indeed when all is said done, many of us are still in the plus column when it comes to our health, happiness, peace and personal prosperity. Though much has […]

Nov 2016 23

“Behold the Man!”

“He is the first black man to be president of the United States; a man of dignity, integrity and quiet confidence. He is not the first president with African blood in his veins. At least three others preceded him in office. He is a good man, a family man and a learned man, a man […]

Oct 2016 25

What Americans Want!

Now that the great Bernie Sanders has endorsed Hillary Clinton for democratic candidate for President and the progressive political revolution will continue well into the future, is America ready for its first female president? My answer is a resounding “yes!” Americans are yearning,  Bernie and Jill Stein notwithstanding, for a serious political candidate who is […]

Sep 2016 20

Politics, the Pulpit and the People, Part I

Originally Published by the Michigan Chronicle July 13-19, 2016 Many people believe that the church should stay out of politics and that politics should stay out of the church. This view stems partly from arguments for the separation of Church and State. “The phrase “separation of church and state” is generally traced to a January […]

Sep 2016 19

Politics, the Pulpit and the People, Part II

Originally published by the Michigan Chronicle August 10-16, 2016 Whether the church should become involved in politics is still hotly debated, but the truth is many persons of diverse religious backgrounds have been called to leadership in politics. Countless examples of people filling their religious duties and civic obligations with outstanding records of public service […]

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