Black churches in the United States were once considered the cornerstone of the Black community and looked at as a source of guidance and strength.Indeed, the war for freedom waged in the 1960s civil rights era was born within the walls of Black churches nationwide. The pews of our nations Black church are filled with women, most of them single and many of them young mothers. " a hilarious guide to smarter dating for modern singles.Mold is a fuzzy-looking fungi that grows on damp, porous surfaces such as wood, plaster, wall board, flooring and behind ceiling tiles.Churches are a BUSINESS, and as such should be put under the same microscope as any other business.If the business is not meeting your needs, why do you continue to shop there?Piece by piece, like a jigsaw puzzle, you will uncover the biggest secrets in how black men in churches make a profit from the labor and fears of black women.The real master of manipulation use these secrets daily in black churches across the nation.
14 in San Francisco, sponsored by the Society of Single Professionals.“Black women have an inordinate amount of faith in both Black men and Black churches….Single Black women sitting in church every Sunday are being subtley brainwashed …” — from “How Black Churches Keep African American Women Single and Lonely” With those strong words, relationship expert Deborrah Cooper set off an explosive discussion in the Christian community that is still resonating three months later.Humans come into contact with mold in three chief ways: inhalation, eating moldy food or through contact with the skin. A 1994 Harvard University School of Public Health study of 10,000 homes in Canada and the United States found that half had water damage and mold.Areas of the country with a lot of moisture such as Florida, Oregon, Texas and Louisiana often experience infestations of milder molds like helminthosporium and cladosporium.