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Prayers for our community

Friends, we ask for your prayers. On Monday afternoon here in Raleigh, NC, Akiel Denkins, a 24-year-old African American father of two young boys, was shot and killed as he was running from a police officer. Over the years, Akiel had been involved with Neighbor to Neighbor, a Jobs for Life (JfL) site and community ministry…

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CCDA Kick Starts Kingdom Collaboration

The planning for the upcoming 2014 Christian Community Development Association's National Conference in Raleigh/Durham, NC, September 24-27 has served to kick start kingdom collaboration among…

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When the Church and Business Work Together

Work brings dignity. It brings viability to life. We all have bills and challenges. Without the ability to provide for our families, without being able to take pride in a day’s work, we are left…

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