Mind, Body & Spirit
Thank God, I didn’t get stuck but moved past my circumstances, when I was diagnosed with my first brain tumor.
Dr. Clarence Shuler, an author, minister, and relationship coach shares his insights on how to pursue a godly life while being single
Marriage Be Hard, but people be fake. Kevin and Melissa Fredericks aka KevOnStage and MrsKevonStage keep it real in this interview about their new book Marriage Be Hard
Singer, author, and worship leader Anthony Evans collaborated with licensed psychotherapist and TV personality Stacy Kaiser on a new book, “When Faith Meets Therapy: Find Hope and a Practical Path to Emotional, Spiritual, and Relational Healing.”
Have you ever felt like you’ve been waiting for life to happen? Chanel Dokun, a therapist and life planner, helps us in her book Life Starts Now: How to Create the Life You’ve Been Waiting For
Tip #1: Break Out of Your Box Understand that God uniquely designed you. Everything about you was created to appeal to the people, place, and position that God destined for your life. Breaking out of your box is an act of surrender that allows God the opportunity to...
Having a blended family is not for everyone. But with intentionality, grace, and patience it can be an amazing experience of God’s love
Here are 3 major reasons why Christians need to talk about sex.
For years, I struggled to reconcile my passion for ministry and the marketplace.
While President Biden recently signed the Keep Kids Fed Act, extending free meal programs for schoolchildren, many stopgaps funded during the pandemic have ended or are only available in some states.
The barbershop serves as a default counseling center and community center for many Black men. But for barbers who are believers, it becomes a place for ministry.
Scientists widely agree that race is a social construct, yet it is often conflated with biology, leaving the impression that a person’s race governs how the body functions.
How do you balance fatherhood with football and neurosurgery? UrbanFaith sat down with Dr. Myron Rolle to discuss his tactics and testimony in his book The 2% Way.
UrbanFaith interviewed psychologist and minister Dr. Thema Bryant about her new book Homecoming: Overcome Fear and Trauma to Reclaim Your Whole, Authentic Self.
Steve White, the President of Comcast uplifts the impact of his mother as he discusses his book Uncompromising with UrbanFaith in this interview!
Just as wickedness is likened to an instrument, righteousness is also likened to an instrument. It is up to us to choose what type of influence we desire to govern our lives.
Here are a few suggestions on how we can respond to the violence and pain through active faith.
Jesus was not afraid to address slavery head on
Students of color in special education are less likely to get the help they need – here are 3 ways teachers can do better
When compared to white students with disabilities, students of color with disabilities are less likely to get needed help. But that can be addressed.
UrbanFaith sat down to interview Touré Roberts, the visionary leader and founder of ONE (formerly OneChurch LA) to discuss his new book Balance. Touré Roberts is a man who wears many hats. He is a husband, father, producer, pastor, author, speaker, and...
UrbanFaith sat down with Stacey Abrams for this EXCLUSIVE interview to talk about faith, family, public service, voting rights, and her historic run for governor.
In today’s times of women go-getters, entrepreneurs and bosses, Michelle McClain Walters uses her faith and God’s promises to motivate women to their calling through her new book Legendary Woman
UrbanFaith sat down with artist and now author PROPAGANDA to discuss his new book Terraform: Building a Better World.
In the past week, the Biden administration launched two programs that aim to get rapid covid tests into the hands of every American. But the design of both efforts disadvantages people who already face the greatest barriers to testing.
After deep consideration, Meharry Medican School’s administration decided to give roughly a third of its CARES Act funding directly to its future doctors, dentists and public health researchers.
UrbanFaith sat down with Bishop T.D. Jakes to talk about his new book Don’t Drop the Mic which in which he seized the opportunity to share his insight and experience on how to remain faithful to our purpose as we communicate in our dynamic context.
You might already know stress can affect your own health, but what you may not realize is that your stress – and how you manage it – is catching. Your stress can spread around, particularly to your loved ones.
God’s special encouragement for single Christians — or anyone whose life has taken an unanticipated turn.
As more patients seek culturally competent care — the acknowledgment of a patient’s heritage, beliefs and values during treatment — a new wave of Black tech founders like Wisdom want to help.
UrbanFaith sat down with Dr. Haynes to discuss their recent #100BuyBlack initiative which honors and extends the legacy of Black Wall Street
In recent years the All Africa Conference of Churches, has moved to combat theological claims that harm Christians
The holidays are supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but they can also be the most stressful — especially when we get in the same room with certain family members. But there are things you can do to keep the peace.
Feeding your spirit can include praying and/or reading your Word. However, we, as Christians, may also want to consider opening our minds to additional coping strategies that will impact one’s spirit, body, and mind.
For a variety of reasons, many African Americans face barriers to mental health care. But strengthening relationships between churches and mental health providers can be one way to increase access to needed services.
It’s not too late to make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight in 2021.
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
Switching has made me feel like I’m treating my body as a temple for the first time in a long time.
You have to begin investing in self-affirmation ministry to yourself and build up the confidence muscles that may be feeble in you.
It seems almost ironic how a technology that was supposed to connect people more effectively has, in some respect, begun tearing them apart. The bible offers keen advice for fostering not just connection, but true community.
This week is National Suicide Awareness Week, and this is a perfect time to shed light on what many deem a nonexistent problem.
Acclaimed author and motivational speaker Tim Storey explains how miracles can help you get out of a bad situation and get you into a better place.
In her new book, Seller of Purple, Dr. Tasha M. Brown lays out a solid framework for newbie women entrepreneurs.
RESPECT tells the story of Aretha Franklin’s journey of faith and finding her voice. UrbanFaith sat down with Jennifer Hudson, the star of the film who portrays Ms. Franklin to discuss the themes of faith, Gospel, and how to find our voices from the film.
UrbanFaith sat down with Gospel artist, entrepreneur, and now author Kierra Sheard Kelly about the release of her first book: Big, Bold, and Beautiful: Owning the Woman God Made You to Be which shares experiences, wisdom, and encouragement to walk in freedom through faith
Many of us want to pray and grow in our prayer life, but struggle to figure out how to pray. Pastor John Hannah has insight to share. UrbanFaith interviewed Pastor Hannah about his new book Just Pray: How A Life Of Prayer Grows Unshakeable Faith.
More than a million children around the world may have been orphaned by COVID-19, losing one or both parents to the disease or related causes.
In the 1960s, health care across the Mississippi Delta was sparse and much of it was segregated. Some hospitals were dedicated to Black patients, but they often struggled to stay afloat. At the height of the civil rights movement, young Black doctors launched a movement of their own to address the care disparity that continues today.
The move to address social needs is gaining steam nationally because, after nearly a dozen years focused on expanding insurance under the Affordable Care Act, many experts and policymakers agree that simply increasing access to health care is not nearly enough to improve patients’ health.
UrbanFaith sat down with Chef Q who is the Executive Chef & Owner of Q1227 restaurant outside of Sacramento as he shared his recipe not only to survive, but thrive as an restauranteur, person of faith, and community catalyst in the midst of the pandemic.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Every Sunday at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. Joseph Jackson Jr. praises the Lord before his congregation. But since last fall he's been praising something else his Black community needs: the COVID-19 vaccine. "We want to continue to...