culture

Casa Cultural de las Américas (CCA) is proud to present the International Literature Festival – Houston 2016 (ILF-H), which will take place on October 15 and 16. During the festival they will pay tribute to Spanish poet Luis Garcia Montero. ILF-H will bring poets and writers from across the Americas. The countries invited this year are: […]

Engineer by training, artist from the heart. This is how Daniel Hibbert views his very intricate life. The Michigan native, Brooklyn-based artist held his first solo…

      via:blackchristiannews   Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell Caldwell, senior pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church in Houston, has led that congregation for more than 30 years. When he started at the church, it had only 25 members. Today Windsor Village is the largest United Methodist congregation in America, with more than 17,000 members. […]

Sports

  via:blackchristiannews   Although some people poke fun at professional athletes like Ray Lewis, who glorified God throughout his journey to the Super Bowl, a new study has found that Americans look to these types of high-profile individuals more than they do to faith leaders for inspiration.   The Barna Group, a market research firm […]

  via:christianpost   “Are you sucked into the vortex of vulgarity?” asked pastor Ed Young of Fellowship Church in Grapevine, Texas, during his Sunday sermon on vulgarity, the second in his ongoing “Cool Aid” series exploring the crossroads of Christianity and culture.  Young’s message actually began with a short home-made video of him driving to […]

  By:  Ginny Mooney via:christianpost   Author Ken Myers doesn’t believe “the culture” is the biggest challenge facing the Church today. Rather, it’s the culture in the church that’s the problem as many believers live not fully transformed by the Gospel.  Myers is the founder and host of Mars Hill Audio journal, a bimonthly audio magazine […]

via:eurweb Don’t you just love the word “inclusion?” It’s a barrier busting term that ensures a level playing field for the various ethnic groups that make up this melting pot we call America.  What was at one time – and still today for some – practiced by force has now become second nature for many […]

Travel is one of the best ways to introduce your family to different cultures, but when you’re housebound, there are countless ways to introduce your…

Travel is one of the best ways to introduce your family to different cultures, but when you’re housebound, there are countless ways to introduce your loved ones to  different people and ways of life. Try these family exercises to open up brand new experiences while bonding with your children. Try Ethnic Cuisine. Visit ethnic restaurants […]