Archive for the ‘Crown Heights’ Category
A small group in Brooklyn sees the skyscrapers in Manhattan and think of the great pyramids of ancient Egypt.
A demon says it will inhabit a young woman, take her soul, and kill her children.
A pair of blood shot, hazy eyes stared coldly at Apostle Pauline McKnight. Pacing back and forth, McKnight prayed.
Our NYC Dream mini-series starts today. Coming up: Dreams in an African American church; and The Power of Dreams in the Bible!
The good will of faith-based groups on Bedford Avenue radiates into the side streets like rays of sunshine. Sometimes, we are surprised by where we see their lights.
100 Years in the House of the Lord
Yesterday, at Malchijah’s Hats on Atlantic Avenue in Crown Heights, they were busy designing fancy head ware for Easter morning.
First of a series on the religious sites of the longest street in Brooklyn, measuring 10.2 miles long encompassing 132 blocks.
Ahmed and Judy Ba are busy designing and making carefully embroidered, African-influenced fashion for Easter.