Grieving Is Biblical

“Weep freely, share your anguish, your deep concern, but always with the joyful assurance that Je sus is with you. The Prince of Peace is with you,” said Dr. Bill Bright. “There is nothing wrong with tears. You miss loved ones who have gone away.  But you are not to weep as  one who has […]

Congratulations to Dr. Gerald Weatherspoon!

Dr. Gerald L. R. Weatherspoon is the newly elected Chair for the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at George Mason University (Fairfax, VA). He has served as Associate Chair for the past seven years. In 2002, he became the first African-American tenured in science and engineering at the university, as well in a chemistry department […]

Congratulations to Dr. Courtney Fitzhugh

Courtney Fitzhugh, MD has accepted the offer of clinical tenure-track investigator in the Sickle Cell Branch within the Division of Intramural Research at the NIH.  In this capacity, she will be responsible for maintaining and expanding her diverse translational research program. Within this role, Dr. Fitzhugh will add to and lead a team of researchers […]

Sunday School Lesson: Trusting the Spirit

Week of October 25th It’s Time for Sunday School! In Matthew 28:16-20 Jesus gives a command to his disciples. This command has been called the “Great Commission by many in Christian circles. A close reading of this text, however, reveals that Jesus is addressing the remaining 11 (Judas had betrayed Christ and hung himself) and […]