Missions &. Medicine: An Interview with Dr. Paul Osteen
UrbanFaith a sat down to discuss the M3: Mobilizing Medical Missions Conference Dr. Paul Osteen
Overcoming Obstacles As A Faith Based CEO
3 essential tips can help you navigate obstacles as a faith-based CEO.
The women who stood with Martin Luther King Jr. and sustained a movement for social change
Scholar Vicki Crawford explains the contributions of women who influenced MLK and helped to fuel some of the most significant campaigns of the civil rights era
UrbanFaith x Faitth Brooks: Remember Me Now
UrbanFaith sat down with Faitth Brooks to talk about her journey, her new book, and her thoughts on how we can join in remembering black women now.
Creed III: Exclusive Interview with Michael B. Jordan x Jonathan Majors
UrbanFaith Exclusive Interview with Creed III star-director Michael B. Jordan and co-star Jonathan Majors
Never Far From Home: Bruce Jackson’s Journey from the Projects to Microsoft
Bruce Jackson shares his inspirational journey from urban poverty to attorney for hip hop legends and tech giants
The Faith of Our Fathers: Reclaiming the (North African) Church Fathers
Many African-Americans, don’t realize that some of the most influential theologians originated from northern Africa. Find out who they are and how they have influenced Christianity as we know it.
Dancing in the Darkness: An Interview with Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III
UrbanFaith sat down with the prolific prophet Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III to discuss his new book Dancing in the Darkness: Spiritual Lessons for Thriving in Turbulent Times.
The Marriage Mindset
or over two decades, people have been attempting to redefine marriage. And as commendable as pledging a lifelong commitment is, there is no difference between that and how God intended for us to approach our marriages.
The Church and Marriage: Why Can’t We Talk About Sex?
The Church is supposed to be a haven for people. It is often said that the church house is like a hospital, and the believers are the patients searching for healing. If you believe that to be at least somewhat true, then I think we should talk about what spiritual...
Commentary: Loving bravely is risking great personal cost to do good for someone, even when you know that others may ridicule you for doing so. That’s the kind of love I want to give this Valentine’s Day.
A Black history primer on African Americans’ fight for equality – 5 essential reads
As the father of Black history, Carter G. Woodson had a simple goal – to legitimize the study of African American history and culture.
Let’s not gloss over the faith of Black figures this Black History Month
Every Black History Month we see a million memes, quotes, and images of Black people who have played an important role in shaping the story and lives of black people in America. We have heard about Martin Luther King Jr., Harriett Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and Rosa...
Diary of A Wimpy Author: An Interview with Jeff Kinney
UrbanFaith sat down with Jeff Kinney the author of the best selling Diary of A Wimpy Kid Series
Do you eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day?
Do you eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day?
What is Kwanzaa Really About?
What is Kwanzaa and why do so many African Americans choose to celebrate the holiday?
Jesus is the Light of the World
The birth of Christ was necessary because we, human beings, needed to restore our relationship with God
Sunday school looks different since pandemic’s start: From monthly to missing
“We have a crisis of catechism going on in America right now,” Wright said, expressing concern for the religious upbringing of the youngest generation.
Reflections of Christmas Past and Present
“I may not understand His thoughts or His ways, I will not lean to my own understanding; I will trust Him in all that I do. I hope the Christmas season brings you as much joy as it brings me. And always remember: Jesus is the reason for the season!”
In these polarized times, even a prayer could be up for debate
After struggling over wording in the prayer, one ecumenical organization is developing new tools to address divides within its own network.
Kick Up Some Dust: An Interview with Bernie Marcus
Bernie Marcus is known today as the successful co-founder of one of the most recognizable companies in the country: Home Depot. He is an author with his book Kick Up Some Dust: Thinking Big, Giving Back, and Doing It Yourself. But his journey has been...
A pilgrimage in the footsteps of Lott Carey’s pioneering mission to Africa
A journey ‘home’ to a place my ancestors never saw again.
Aspire for More: An Interview with Angela Cannon
UrbanFaith sat down with Angela Cannon, SVP of Multicultural Networks and Strategy for UP Entertainment, to discuss her career journey
7 Tips for Success from Mark Cuban (EXCLUSIVE)
UrbanFaith had an exclusive Q&A with Billionaire Businessman Mark Cuban to receive some concise wisdom for lifelong success
Uphill: An Interview with Jamele Hill
UrbanFaith interviewed woman of faith and award winning journalist Jamele Hill about her new memoir
Are American Christians on the path to severe persecution for their faith?
Christian politicians in America have been attacked for their religious convictions, but Christians in other parts of the world face much more than mere criticism.
Why We Must Wait: An Advent Reflection
With Advent upon us, it is time for us to reclaim, now more than ever, the discipline of waiting and delayed gratification.
DEVOTION: Why You Should See This Movie
We have to share our devotion to our heritage
Thanksgiving hymns are a few centuries old, tops – but biblical psalms of gratitude and praise go back thousands of years
King David playing the lyre in a scene from a 15th-century manuscript of the Book of Psalms. Historica Graphica Collection/Heritage Images/Hulton Archive via Getty Images David W. Stowe, Michigan State UniversityThanksgiving doesn’t ring in the ear for...
Never Would Have Made It: An Interview with Bishop Marvin Sapp
UrbanFaith sat down with Bishop Marvin Sapp to talk about everything from film to football and ministry to mental health.
Believe For It: A Look at CeCe Winans’ new book
CeCe Winans explores her journey of lifelong faith and her pursuit pass it on to the next generation in her new book Believe For It.
Brainwashed: An Interview with Manny Arango
Manny Arango believes we are all brainwashed.
Why Midterm Elections Matter
We should vote because we need more good in our government. We should know our leaders from city hall to capitol hill
‘Tell what happened’: Pastor and last surviving eyewitness urges Christians to remember Emmett Till
The brutal murder of Emmett Till became a catalyst for the civil rights movement and has enduring relevance in today’s anti-racist activism.
While clean water isn’t a partisan issue, it is a faith issue
Protecting clean water is a moral call.
Halloween and the Holy Ghost
Is it a foolish glorification of all things wicked and evil, or just a fun holiday that celebrates the adrenaline rush of being scared and collecting tons of candy? Is there a right choice for Christians?
Civil Rights & Civic Engagement: An Interview with Rep. Jim Clyburn
UrbanFaith sat down with Congressman Jim Clyburn to discuss his faith, his legacy, and his work to strengthen democracy and justice in the United States.
Battle Cry: An Interview with Jason Wilson
Jason Wilson has been training and mentoring men and speaking about emotional, mental, and spiritual health for decades. His new book Battle Cry shares his insights and principles for winning the war within
PBS docs depict Frederick Douglass’ and Harriet Tubman’s paths of freedom, faith
‘Religion for both Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass was the foundation in many ways of who they are,’ said co-director Stanley Nelson.
How to Live out Your Faith in the Public Sphere
As a Christian, you may ask yourself at times how to live out your faith in the public sphere. Here are some ways we can approach it
Stop Asking For Permission with Stephen Chandler
Have you ever wondered how to press into your purpose? Pastor Stephen Chandler to talk about his new book Stop Asking For Permission which helps us unlock our God given potential.
You’ve seen ‘The Rings of Power,’ but have you heard of this tiny museum housing J.R.R. Tolkien’s treasures?
WHEATON, Illinois (RNS) — It started with an inkling. It was the 1950s. Clyde S. Kilby, then an English professor at Wheaton College, had a feeling about a British author he’d been reading named C.S. Lewis — that he was “probably going to be famous one day,” according...
Killing Comparison: An Interview with Nona Jones
Nona Jones helps us get past the temptation of jealousy and attack of insecurity in her new book Killing Comparison
The Journey: An Interview with Dr. Tony Evans & Priscilla Shirer
UrbanFaith sat down with Dr. Tony Evans and his daughter Priscilla Shirer to discuss their documentary Journey with Jesus and their book Divine Disruption
Testimony Tuesday: Surviving Cancer
Thank God, I didn’t get stuck but moved past my circumstances, when I was diagnosed with my first brain tumor.
Faithful Service: An Interview with Rep. Val Demings
UrbanFaith exclusive interview with US Congresswoman Val Demings
Single and Free to Be Me: An Interview with Clarence Schuler
Dr. Clarence Shuler, an author, minister, and relationship coach shares his insights on how to pursue a godly life while being single
‘Fifth Little Girl’ of 1963 Klan bombing reunites with nurse
On Sept. 15, Birmingham commemorated the explosion that proved to be a turning point in the Civil Rights Movement, became a catalyst for change in the United States, and ultimately prompted global efforts for equality and human rights.
How St. Louis churches are revealing the disparities in the air we breathe
Congregations in St. Louis are working with local scientists to monitor the air quality in communities affected by industrial pollution.
Always: An Interview with Chris Tomlin
Our interview with influential songwriter and worship leader Chris Tomlin about his new album Always