Powerful words and thoughts from Student Minister Jerald Muhammad on the challenges of trust and love and taking people's calls.
Or else what? A multi-point strategy for leveraging justice, and taking your calls!
One Mo’pinion: Buddy's, Aaron’s and Rent-A-Center Ain’t Sh...Sharing and Renewal Economies in the 21st Century (Blog, Article)
-by Webmaster, Michael R. Hicks
With the next few "Mo'pinions," I want to share a series of ideas that I want you all to think about and consider. Most people, hopefully, will at least use this as an opportunity to think about — and more hopefully, serious cats put their money together and seek to do about — the abandoned and/or blighted areas in West Louisville neighborhoods.
An architect of the "Boston miracle," Rev. Jeffrey Brown started out as a bewildered young pastor watching his Boston neighborhood fall apart around him, as drugs and gang violence took hold of the kids on the streets. The first step to recovery: Listen to those kids, don't just preach to them, and help them reduce violence in their own neighborhoods. It's a powerful talk about listening to make change. (Watch video by clicking the "Read More..." link). The original TEDTalk page is here.
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