In the unique concert experience Chris will lead the attendees in an impactful evening of worship while sharing stories about some of the most influential songs around the world. The post Chris Tomlin Announces “Stories Of Worship Tour” appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Chart-topper DOE will present a full live experience of her award-winning debut album CLARITY on tour this winter, with “A Night of Clarity,” her first solo tour. The post DOE Announces “A Night Of Clarity” Solo Tour appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announced the ban after a news report claimed that he had directed the use of spyware against prominent politicians and journalists, which he denied.
Both sides have given great weight to what happens in Kherson, a city of symbolic and strategic value, where conditions are increasingly dire for the thousands of people who remain.
On the first day of COP27, the U.N. climate talks, world leaders urged each other to move faster to cut the pollution that is warming the planet while recognizing the war in Ukraine’s global energy effects and the unequal effects of climate change to date.
Security officials said that gunmen opened fire on the aid worker’s vehicle in a drive-by shooting in the central Baghdad neighborhood where he lived.
The agreements raise concerns that other countries will follow suit, delaying more difficult cuts of greenhouse gas emissions in wealthier nations.
By Aaron Morrison, The Associated Press Devin Allen admits that he occasionally behaved like a knucklehead, growing up in Baltimore. Though he was not so irreverent as a tenth grader that he could see an image of Emmett Till’s open casket and not find it arresting. The story of the 14-year-old Black boy who was
Residents and elected officials hope new governor will improve collaborative relationship with Baltimore policymakers
By Tashi McQueen, AFRO Political Writer, Report For America Corps Member, firstname.lastname@example.org Many Baltimoreans think of their city as a town independent of Maryland. Whether the sentiment is due to Baltimore’s location or the distinct culture, the poor collaboration between Baltimore City and the state of Maryland doesn’t help the attitude. In a recent interview
By Ralph E. Moore Jr., Special to the AFRO In case you missed it, the fastest growing sport in the U.S. today is called pickleball, but it has actually been around for decades. According to pickleballportal.com, pickleball was created back in 1965–some 57 years ago– on Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle in