For over 10 years, Nathan Kistler has ministered to countless members of Congress in Washington, DC. Nathan and his wife, Amber Nelon Kistler, serve as the executive director of Hope to the Hill, a relational evangelistic ministry, presenting Christ in a loving and direct manner to members of both political parties in our Nation’s Capitol.
Nigerian-born, Fast rising gospel singer and worshipper, Collins Ambrose debuts the music scene with his first official single titled “Lift You High,” out now on digital platforms. The song produced by A-CLEF exalts, adores, and reveres God. Known for his contemporary style of worship, Minister Collins has worked with some of Nigeria’s finest music ministers
US-based singer and songwriter, YinQue AfriQue releases a brand new single “BABA,” in commemoration of his birthday. This marks the first new music from YinQue since his “Overdose” single was released in 2020. Baba which is interpreted as ‘Father’, is a soulful and distinct contemporary highlife tune, composed and sung in the Yoruba language. It’s
Lagos-based Worship Leader, Songwriter, and Music minister, Emmanuel Babalola releases his newest single “Mighty” produced by Olayinka Ojekunle. The song hinges on the infinite and mightiness of God. who began his music career in the early 90s in the city of Ilorin, Nigeria, brings so much value, quality and vocal prowess to this powerful song.
By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent, @StacyBrownMedia Even as Tony Finau, Taylor Pendrith, Cameron Champ, and others stormed the leaderboard, officials were once again making sure that […] The post Rocket mortgage ‘Changing the Course’ for Black Detroit residents during PGA tour event appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By LaNail R. Plummer, Ed.D In 2004, I gave birth to my first child. I was 23 years old, a recent college graduate, an officer in the United States Army, […] The post Black women and the freedom of choice appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
Maryland Legal Aid honors 98 year-old Baltimore native for decades of service and activism in her community
By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, email@example.com When Baltimore native Gwendolyn Johnson was a little girl, the only thing she knew was that she wanted […] The post Maryland Legal Aid honors 98 year-old Baltimore native for decades of service and activism in her community appeared first on AFRO American
By Rob Maaddi, The Associated Press Deshaun Watson’s six-game suspension will stand only if the NFL allows it. The punishment given to the Cleveland Browns quarterback by disciplinary officer Sue […] The post Analysis: No winners in Deshaun Watson’s case appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Courtney Alexander, Digital Marketing Editor Before becoming the award-winning gospel singer he is today, Deitrick Haddon was gaining inspiration from his family. The Detroit, Mich. native began his career […] The post Deitrick Haddon discusses being authentic to his craft and latest gospel projects appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Rodney Muhumuza, Rai Mutsaka and Chinedu Asadu, The Associated Press Apollo John Rwamparo speaks forlornly of the eight-legged stool, a symbol of authority for his ancient kingdom in Uganda, […] The post Some African artifacts returned home, but officials seek far more appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .