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Fix It Jesus,Why Millennials Are Ditching Religion For Witchcraft And Astrology!??!??!

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Reader  interesting read! We have got to reach out to this generation. We have to lovingly mentor this generation. There world is way different that what some of us had. We lead by example. What happen from one generation to the next? Where did the ball get dropped? If he isn't the center of our life, walk, the way we entreat an react then how do we except Him to be theirs?!! "The psychic services industry — which includes astrology, aura reading, mediumship, tarot-card reading and palmistry, among other metaphysical services — grew 2% between 2011 and 2016. It is now worth $2 billion annually, according to industry analysis firm IBIS World".
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/why-millennials-are-ditching-religion-for-witchcraft-and-astrology-2017-10-20

Question Of The Day: How Should The Faith Community Response To The Aftermath, In Ferguson, MO?

 
 

Thank God for your boldness Pastor Bryant! Pastor Jamal Bryant tweeted the above pic yesterday, after arriving at a interdenominational rally in Ferguson, MO.  And was pleasantly surprised at the array of other ethnicity present. He posted the below video clip to his Facebook time line today.

The fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager Saturday by a police officer in a St. Louis suburb came after an  alleged struggle for the officer’s gun, police officials said Sunday, in an explanation that met with outrage and skepticism in the largely African-American community.


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  1. I don't know what that answer is, but the faith community DEFINITELY has to do more than just organizing a rallies, marches, and protests.

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    1. I agree Anonymous, not sure what the video is trying to convey, what are the people doing other than standing around and what are the police there for? There's power in numbers but people must be united to mobilize a change.

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  2. This not to be little anyone....What I don't understand we riot over a cop killing a black teen but what do we do when we're killing one another everyday?!?!! I get we're suppose to be protected by the police. What I do understand if we don't demonstrate any value in ourselves as a people what reason would they have to value us as a people?

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    1. Something has to change.I have a son in jail right now who got caught up in the mindset of the "gangsta" lifestyle...... He had a full ride academic scholarship.... ..pro football team scouting him......he was actually resented more than praised by the black community for his accomplishments ...... I wish i had the answer to helping the black community to see who GOD Says they are and who HE created them to be!

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  3. I just read that the family hired the same lawyer that did the Trayvon Martin case. HE WAS TERRIBLE!!! It was no way he should have lost that case. Do not hire him PLEASE!!! This is crazy, then here we go, looking like straight COONS, out there destroying our own neighborhood.

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    1. Anonymous, they hired the civil right lawyer that Trayvon Martin parents had. The lawyers that defended trayvon's case were state attorneys and aren't picked by the victim or its family. The lawyer they have is to ensure the investigation is going on properly, be the point of contact for the press and police etc.

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  4. I get so darn tired of folks asking to stupid question, Why do people get upset when police kill unarmed blacks? It is because they are sworn to PROTECT AND SERVICE not MURDER. Common sense say that's why people get upset. We know what is happening daily in our communities and yes its upsetting. However the police don't come into the communities to calm or truly investigate the crimes we commit on one and another. They come in in a manner that almost promotes more violence.

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  5. Great comment: As someone who lives in Missouri..I honestly cant blame the black community for their reaction. I'm pissed too. I'm even more pissed there's people all over Facebook who I know have had a silver spoon in their mouths their entire lives acting like this is totally unacceptable for "criminals" to "take advantage" of the boys death to rampage. Or who don't get why at all people would riot over "an honest mistake", as though being black was an automatic reason to mistake you for a criminal.

    And I'm most pissed because I know its nothing new. One time my baby sister was driving across the state to visit a few stores with one of her black friends, a friendly, polite, good nature guy who faithfully attended his church every week and was always nice even to non-Christians like myself. And the pair of them got pulled over by a state trooper for apparently no reason except that a black guy and a white (technically half-Mexican, but she doesn't look it) girl couldn't possibly be just enjoying a leisurely drive between friends.

    I'm pissed because Missouri's racist as hell, and most of them don't even realize when they're being racist because they've lived in a white suburban or rural bubble their whole lives.

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  6. The truth is that the Black community, religious or not, aint going to do nothing as usual.

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  7. I too am from St Louis & YES there are major racial issues there. I've been reading various posts & watching the news about the Ferguson shooting of Mike Brown, but this video stuck out to me.

    Question: What if Mike & Dorian would've just got out the street & walked on the sidewalk like the policeman told them? It's a strong possibility that Mike would still be alive?

    How many times have you driven your car & kids were in the street & see you coming, but won't get out the way & then look at you like "hit me"!

    Not negating the actions of the policeman, but why not just get on the sidewalk? Would we even be here if they just adhered to the officer's instruction?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQeni0qt8Vo

    AndyJ

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  8. so folks don't have a right to walk in the streets? when did that become law? since when did walking in the street become punishable to death? why are so many police officers paranoid?

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    1. Thanks Rev. Kareem A. Christian for addressing that comment. Just what I was thinking.

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  9. I didn't say he didn't have a right to walk in the street, but if you know the area is known for racial profiling, why not just say Ok, let me move so this cop won't start tripping. Its a free country, we can walk wherever, but to avoid any conflict, just walk on the other side or move

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  10. Those were A LOT of cops wow. Also one point if I may I think she was a bit rude and disrespectful to Officer Neff. I dont think it appropriate to be cursing to at or around authority (better yet at all as a Christian). Just something I figured I would mention.

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