After GRIFF gave such a powerful testimony about how he relied on nothing but faith in the face of a cancer diagnosis, Erica Campbell was inspired. She talked about how a story like GRIFF’s is not abnormal or unlikely- it’s all about belief. Erica details how a belief and faith in God, his teachings and […]
In this edition of the Faith Walk, GRIFF shares his testimony of a time when his faith helped him get up and walk free from what could have been a fatal diagnoses. He tells the story of a scary time when he was rushed to the hospital and told he had cancer. He rebuked that […]
In this edition of the Faith Walk, Erica Campbell recalls finding out that her husband Warryn Campbell had kidney cancer in 2008. She immediately went to prayer and trusting in God’s ability to remove the cancer from her husband’s body. Erica talks about how much suffering Warryn didn’t have to go through, because of their […]
In this Faith Walk, Erica Campbell talks about going through not only her husband’s cancer scare, but her own as well. She opens up about getting the phone call from the doctors about her husbands cancer, and going through the process of recognizing the reality of it. She recalls falling onto her knees and just […]
The lawsuit filed by Gwynn's family is seeking unspecified damages. His family says the company purposely targeted Gwynn to market their products to African-Americans.
Dr. Jennifer Caudle explained on NewsOne Now that many African-Americans don't realize how important sleep is and many of us take it for granted. According to Caudle, the average American should get seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Unfortunately, the majority of the American populace does not reach this mark.
The North Carolina Central University men’s basketball team showed its support for Chancellor Debra Saunders-White on Monday night, wearing white warm-up shirts honoring the school leader, who is fighting kidney cancer. It was a great game as the Eagle fought back from behind to almost clinch Hampton, but loss 80-79. However the game had a […]
Thousands of women (and men) are banding together to share their stories and fight to find a cure for breast cancer. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, social media activists have sought to maintain a culture of awareness for the better -- and sometimes the worse.