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Hate, Homophobia or the Word of God? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


hate_homophobia_wog_cos_jan_2017-2We’re back!!! And tonight’s “Conversation” is going to be hot !!!

As we discuss how more than 1 million people watched Kim Burrell rail against “that perverted homosexual spirit” in a controversial sermon clip that led to the gospel singer getting pulled from a performance on “Ellen” and facing ongoing backlash from LGBT advocates.

She had been named a co-honoree at BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards, but the organization uninvited her due to the recent remarks. Also, her radio show — airing out of Texas Southern University — has been canceled.

Burrell’s two-minute clip of her message, filmed on a phone and posted on YouTube, shows Burrell describing sex acts and saying, “The spirit of delusion and confusion, it has deceived many men and women, and it’s caused a stain on the body of Christ.”

Her critics said her message was hate, other media outlets called it a homophobic rant, while believers state it’s the Word of God.

What do you say?

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio as I discuss “Hate, Homophobia or the Word of God?” with three (3) dynamic ministers; Rev. Caffie Risher, Minister Tuala Williams-Shields and Pastor Josh Olivero.  

All “topic and conversation links” in this post will access the show.

See you on the air!!

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Polygamy in 2016….Ladies Would you share your husband?


polygamy_1490320cPolygamy and Bigamy is illegal in the U.S., yet some people are practicing this way of living as if it is the new norm. Essentially they are the same in the aspect of having more than one wife/spouse.

Over the last few years there have been a number of television shows regarding the polygamist lifestyle. This has led some to wonder whether polygamy may be legal anywhere in the U.S. It also raises questions about why bigamy is outlawed and whether this is a trend that may be changing.

Is polygamy the next fight in marriage equality?

Currently, every state has a law outlawing polygamy. Additionally, the federal government has several laws that also criminalize the act of being married to more than one person. Enforcement of these laws is relatively difficult given the often secretive nature of many polygamists and the fact that most will have only one marriage on paper.

The question of polygamy is an interesting one in that most people today view polygamy as immoral while the Bible nowhere explicitly condemns it. Several prominent men in the Old Testament were polygamists. Abraham, Jacob, David, Solomon, and others all had multiple wives.

Tune in tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on blog talk radio as I tackle the subject “Polygamy in 2016” with my special guest Azad Chaiwala (pictured left), a polygamist of polygamy.com and Bishop Andre’ C. Alston (pictured right), Pastor of Antioch Christian Tabernacle. I’m sure there will be opposing views from my special guest. What do you think?

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NY Mayor De Blasio OK’s Rabbi’s Bizarre Circumcision Ritual


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NY Mayor Bill De Blasio made good on a campaign promise to NY’s Jewish leaders allowing rabbis to continue a bizarre circumcision ritual that caused 16 cases of Herpes infection in baby boys.

The ritual, called Metzitzah B’Peh, involves a rabbi — called a “mohel” — performing circumcisions on a baby boy, then using their mouths to suck the blood from the baby’s penis.

NY health officials say 2 of the 16 babies died from complications caused by Herpes, and 2 more boys suffered brain damage.

During his campaign, De Blasio promised to lift a regulation that required parents to sign a form giving their mohel permission to perform the ritual circumcision. But Jewish leaders decried the regulation as an affront to their religion.

According to The New York Observer, only one family turned in a form to the health department since the regulation was put into place.

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Meet Bishop Donald Hilliard ~ Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Bishop Hilliard

I had the pleasure of attending his cathedral when he first opened it many years ago on the cusp of Pert Amboy, New Jersey. Today in 2014, this man has one church but now in three (3) locations; Perth Amboy, Asbury Park and Plainfield, NJ.

He heralds from East Orange, New Jersey growing up in Scotch Plains, Bishop Donald Hilliard (pictured above) is senior pastor of Cathedral International in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and the published author of fourteen self-help and inspirational books (Somebody Say Yes, A Safe Harbor Begins @ Home, How Daddy Can Make A Difference, After The Fall: Resurrecting Your Life From Shame, Disgrace and Guilt, Journal Your Journey: This Too Will Pass, 55 And Counting.

Founder and CEO of the Cathedral Community Development Corporation (CCDC), an umbrella organization providing a variety of outreach services to the local community in Perth Amboy, including mental health support, a library, a banquet center and a creative dance center, Bishop Hilliard has also received numerous awards and citations for his efforts, both inside the church and beyond.

In light of the Ferguson, Missouri killing of Micheal Brown and countless others, join me tonight at 8:00 PM onConversations Of A Sistah viaConversations Liveas I speak with Bishop Hilliard regarding “the state of the black man“.

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See you on the air!

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Pastor Jamal Bryant: “These Hoes Ain’t Loyal”


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And he oughta know! Which is why he incorporated the popular hip hop catchphrase into his fiery sermon at the Empowerment Temple in Baltimore, MD, on Sunday.

Bryant recited the title of a popular Chris Brown song when he told his flock “These hoes ain’t loyal!” Surprisingly his congregation cheered and stomped their feet as if in agreement with the pastor’s description of young women who may have lost their way in life.

But what about him? The one in leadership position who have taken advantage of his groupies by cheating on his wife and having children outside of his marriage.

God is going to hold these leaders responsible and accountable for NOT practicing what they preach!