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Author Ray Higgins

Race is one of the primary relationship issues in our lifetime and in our daily lives. Some of us lived during segregation. Some of us remember the first years of integration. We have personal experiences that have shaped us, bothered us, challenged us, inspired us, changed us and now compel us to lead the way, […] Read More

The events in our country and our community make the timing of this DVD and the screenings that have been held in Nashville, Fort Worth, Louisville, Atlanta and now Little Rock perfect for creating a new day in race relations. Timing The events in our country and our community make the timing of this DVD […] Read More

In early September 1957, a hostile crowd watched as Arkansas National Guard troops blocked the entrance of nine black students into the all-white Little Rock Central High School. Three weeks later, on Sept. 25, 1957, after negotiations between Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus and President Dwight Eisenhower failed to resolve the stalemate, Eisenhower called in the […] Read More

Pastors can have some big-sized dreams for God. So can kings. 1 Chronicles 17 reports how King David processed his success in defeating Israel’s enemies, uniting the nation, bringing the Ark of the Covenant home and building a majestic palace. As he basked in this success, he was eager to pull off something gigantic for […] Read More

Pastors can have some big-sized dreams for God. So can kings. 1 Chronicles 17 reports how King David processed his success in defeating Israel’s enemies, uniting the nation, bringing the Ark of the Covenant home and building a majestic palace. As he basked in this success, he was eager to pull off something gigantic for […] Read More