Faith & Religion

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Morning Inspiration is designed to bring to our listeners two hours of inspiration and encouragement from 5:00 A.M. to 7:00 A.M. (weekdays) from a wide range of renowned inspirational voices. Better still, we will involve respected speakers, both local and international and from both the present and the past.

As with most girls who benefited from growing up in a functional, two-parent household, there are qualities I’ve looked for in a mate that were modeled by my Daddy. I can readily admit that I’ve always been attracted to guys who are do-it-yourselfers, artistically visionary and talented, and handy. But there is a line.

Join Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church this Sunday for a celebration of the gospel legacy of Rev. Louise Williams Bishop with musical performances by Rev. Dr. Alyn E. Waller, The Brockington Ensemble, Willis Hickerson, Jr., Enon Tabernacle Mass Choir, and the Sharon Baptist Church Praise Team.

One can hardly deny the passage of time, nor can one ignore that growing older has its effects and changes. And one photo can bring it all rushing back.

On September 2, Journalist Solomon Jones joined 900AM-WURD as the new host of “Wake Up With WURD!” He has a powerful vision for the show — click the headline for a moving video where Solomon talks about what he has planned. #speakingtruthtopower

MENTAL PHILANTHROPIST (according to the gospel of StefRenee) is defined as one who provides intellectual content for the purpose of building capacity in the recipients.

900AM-WURD is carrying the livestreaming coverage of the homegoing service for Michael Brown, courtesy of WPDE NewsChannel 15. You may also listen to the service at 900AM in the Philadelphia area, online worldwide at, or on the 900AMWURD app for Android or iPhone.

We are all following the conflict in Gaza between Palestine and Israel, but do you actually know what it’s all about? There are so many perspectives to consider, and it’s important to research before you take a stance.

On Tuesday July 15, Councilman Curtis Jones Jr., of the 4th district hosted an invite-only classic dinner for Muslims to break their fast during the month of Ramadan. Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and local community leaders attended to feast with Jones.

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