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Rev. Charles Southall III of New Orleans has pleaded guilty to money laundering after defrauding his church and parishioners of $900,000.
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A Missouri pastor has issued an apology for calling his congregation “’poor, broke, busted” during a sermon that has gone viral.
Todd posted regrets for being “disgusting,” but the megachurch pastor’s viral moment continues to trend on social media.
Black pastors and allied clergy will convene outside of the Glynn County courthouse in Georgia to pray for the family of Ahmaud Arbery.
Attorney Kevin Gough apologized after saying that he did not want “any more black pastors,” in the court during the murder trial.
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Black pastors react to defense attorney’s name courtroom statements during trial in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery.
The lawyer for one of the accused killers of Ahmaud Arbery said he did not want “Black pastors” in court with the victim’s family.
Erica Campbell took to Instagram to urge clergymen to think twice before clicking ‘like’ on photos of hotties in sexy bikinis on IG.
Southern Baptist Convention’s leadership declined to change the names of buildings named after slaveholders.
A pastor in Kalamazoo is alleged to have sexually abused teenaged boys and paid them to have sex with his wife.
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Gerald O. Greer, a Virginia pastor has died after holding service one day before Virginia issued a ban on gatherings over 10 people.
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An open letter from Black preachers on why Donald Trump is the most divisive leader our country has ever witnessed.
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New York gubernatorial candidate and former Sex in the City star Cynthia Nixon has upset some Black religious leaders with her recent comments about the war on drugs.
At just 21 years old, Leah Levell is the newest African-American member of the Strategic Initiatives team of the Republican […]
Helping people get out of debt is passion work for me. Today, African-Americans are significantly more likely to have some type of debt (94 percent) compared to the general population (82 percent).
A group of Los Angeles pastors are protesting the foreclosure proceedings on a number churches, to be executed by a black-owned bank that was created to serve a once-segregated black population.
(AP) – Some black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marriage, so they are telling their flocks to stay home on Election Day…