As believers, we sometimes treat God like that friend that we only call when we need something.
It can be so easy to get caught living in the past or attempting to control the present to predict the future.
Coming from the Sunshine State, one south Florida native shares his journey of playing hockey at the collegiate level and how the game changed his life.
Growing up in the hood teaches people many lessons about surviving in the world. For some, it motivates them to leave and pursue excellence like never before. In the case of SB Nation staff reporter Tyler Ricky Tynes, his experiences of growing up in the hood reminds him how far he has come each day on his grind in the media industry.
The Circle of Excellence “Emerging Scholar” Award Committee prepares to announce its second scholarship recipient at the Jim Hill High School Class Night event.
The 2012 Initiates of the Kappa Iota of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity created the Diamonds of Distinct Dedication (DODD) Scholarship to promote and encourage high academic achievement, leadership and service among high school students in the state of Mississippi.
Have you ever been in a situation where you wondered when and where God would show up?
Whenever I send an email or text with a request or any kind, I always end the message with “please and thank you.” We so often forget about the simple courtesy shown when one says please or thank you, even for things that are their responsibility.
There are 9,065,300 minutes of life. What if this truly was the extent of your life span? What if from birth you were aware of the fact that once this set time lapsed you would be no more?
Can you ever remember a time that you was frustrated with someone who you truly cared for simply because they did not get something as clearly or as quickly as you wanted them to?