Entries by Alex Stewart

We Remember 9/11

It’s a hard measure to grasp–that our great nation was shaken, almost 14 years ago. I remember exactly where I was on September 11, 2001.  I sat on the edge of my seat as the rest of my fellow students clustered around a television in the middle of my 9th grade English class.  Horror gripped my body as I saw […]

Does Your Soul Say ‘Yes’?

Do you yearn in your soul to draw closer to God and have an  intimate relationship with Him? Join us for “My Soul Says, Yes, Lord!” workshop. Our journey toward the depths of God’s love will be facilitated by Elder Oscar and Mrs. Lita Owens using an interactive, devotional workbook written by them. It is […]

Smite Out a New Year and a New You

To have a new you in the new year, you have to ask yourself first where is your heart? Bishop Charles E. Blake gives us 8 steps to follow coming into the New Year. 2 Kings 13:17-19 17 And he said, “Open the east window”; and he opened it. Then Elisha said, “Shoot”; and he shot. And he […]

Consecration Month

The very word consecrate means to declare or set apart…be removed from.  In some versions the word consecrate means to make hallow or vulnerable.  As we anticipate January’s Consecration Month, I want to remind you that you are making yourself vulnerable to the word of God! Just for you, we have an updated version of […]

West Angeles Has Top Rated Show on KJLH

Sunday, December 15th, Bishop Charles E. Blake took to the airways on KJLH to encourage, uplift, and inform the community of all the Holiday Events West Angeles has to offer. The show reportedly was rated the number one  show broadcasted even surpassing The Steve Harvey Morning Show. Joining Bishop Blake on air was Executive Coordinator […]

In Loving Memory of Nelson Mandela, Anti-Apartheid Icon

Nelson Mandela, the modern father of Africa and icon who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead South Africa out of decades of apartheid, has died, South African President Jacob Zuma announced late Thursday. Affectionately called Madiba, Mandela’s defiance of white minority rule and incarceration for fighting against segregation focused the world’s attention on […]

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held […]

In Loving Memory of Paul Crouch

Paul Crouch, the televangelist who along with his wife co-founded the world’s largest Christian broadcasting network–Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN)—passed on Saturday, November 30, 2013 at his home in Orange, California. He was 79. “He was an incredible businessman, entrepreneur, visionary; he built something that impacted the world,” says Brandon Crouch, grandson to the late Paul […]

Thanksgiving: What Are You Thankful For?

With Thanksgiving only a few days away there is an air of anticipation to be felt! Not just anticipating my last minute grocery shopping headache or trying to tackle a dessert I have never made but more of embracing what the holidays are about.  For department stores and general culture, Thanksgiving seems to be some […]

Typhoon Haiyan Devastates Philippines

Typhoon Haiyan hit the islands of the Philippines on Friday, November 8th. Today, five days after one of the strongest storms ever recorded slammed into cities and towns in the central Philippines, anger and frustration  have boiled over as essential supplies dwindled. Some survivors scrawled signs reading “Help us”.    Tacloban city administrator Tecson John Lim […]