I'm a native of Birmingham, Alabama, and currently residing in Tuscaloosa. My listeners call me Brother J and I've been an active broadcaster for the last 49 years, 31 of those years associated with WTUG/WTSK. Join me Monday-Friday from 10a.m.- 2 p.m. for midday Gospel and Saturdays from 5 a.m. – 1 p.m. for the Saturday Morning Gospel Cavalcade on 790 WTSK.
Birthdays . . . .
Birthdays now remind me of God's faithfulness. And these birthdays bring me closer to being in the presence of the One who has been with me all these years!
You cannot sort out the entire picture from our somewhat narrow perspective in life, only God can. Let' continue to live life by faith and not by sight.
I invite you to live in such a way that when others think of honesty and integrity, they will instantly think of you.
A Suggestion to the Struggler
I am sure that you have heard the old expression, "Don't bite off more than you can chew." It is prudent not to take on more responsibilities than you can effectively handle.
Are You Different?
Being an example is often about being different. But mos of us do not want to be different, we tend to prefer to blend-in with the crowd. We work so very hard to get others to like us, and the safest way to do this is actually to blend in.
According to a recent research study, which was conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research, Black and Latino students are more likely than White students to apply to colleges that are closer to their home, that enroll large numbers of minority students, and that have a track record of suc…
On Time Words . . . .
Knowing the correct time to speak is worthwhile for both the speaker and hearer whether its words of love, encouragement, or rebuke. Remaining silent also has its place and time.
Teaching Our Children Respect
As we raise our children and grandchildren in the society which they live, it is urgently important that we as adults teach them to respect authority. This respect should be shown in anyone who has authority over them.
Teaching Tongues ?
Unfortunately, some have taken tongues and twisted them into all sorts of unusual things. I've even heard of churches where the preacher "taught" people to speak in tongues. How dumb can you be and still breathe?
Wind and Fire
This paradox illustrates how one judges things by the way they affect us. We declare situations to be "bad" if these same situations cause us inconvenience.