SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Mt. Olive Baptist Church Senior Nurses Board celebrated its anniversary recently. Arzella Carson was named the Nurse of the Year. She is a faithful member
Photo by Timothy Ramsey Scholarship recipients and family members pose with members of the Minsters’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity and The Chronicle after the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The number of homicides in the city of Winston-Salem is double what it was at the same time last year. People
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE When two like-minded individuals come together inspired by the Lord, good things tend to manifest. Building on this principle, Jeff Prince
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Men’s Day and Women’s Day are normally celebrated on different days
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Church ministries use many methods to raise funds. The stewardship committee
From a young age, Bishop Freddie B. Marshall was taught to have strong family values and to help others in their time of need. To expand on those principles, the bishop and his extended Marshall family has started a foundation. Their flagship program is called “Put Some Respect on my Name.”
Over four successive weekends, 35,000 Jehovah’s Witnesses are expected to descend upon the city of Winston-Salem.
Local minister, author and educator Alicia M. Bailey has written a Christian book titled “God’s Fresh Air.”
The tradition of women wearing decorative and flamboyant hats has deep roots inside of the African-American church across many denominations.