What Jesus said about how to be “great” will change your life. Here’s why.

By Roland Warren on September 25, 2016

There is a key to being truly great.

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The Important Lesson The “Roots” Miniseries Taught Me About Fatherhood

By Roland Warren on September 12, 2016

Every father, regardless of his circumstances in life, has this important power.

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The Important Thing Justin Bieber, The Elephant Man and the Unborn Have in Common

By Roland Warren on September 2, 2016

When we see everything but the humanity of those around us, we truly see nothing at all.

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3 Reasons why sex should stop being an “official” Olympic sport

By Roland Warren on August 16, 2016

When you promote a condom count like it’s an Olympic medal count, it matters.

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How Black Lives Matter Brazenly Ignores Black Husbands and Fathers

By Roland Warren on July 28, 2016

There is a big difference between being led and being misled.

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What my grandfather’s strength in the midst of his weakness taught me

By Roland Warren on June 22, 2016

It’s amazing what you can learn from how a person acts in the midst of their weakness.

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NARAL ProChoice America Thinks We Should Celebrate Abortion on Father’s Day? Do You?

By Roland Warren on June 16, 2016

Should we celebrate UnFather’s Day on Father’s Day? Or, should Father’s Day just celebrate those who made the sacrificial choice to become fathers?

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Muhammad Ali’s Not So Great Fatherhood Legacy

By Roland Warren on June 9, 2016

Shouldn’t our measure of “greatness” include how a man treated his children?

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Purple Pain: Prince’s Journey from the Erotic City to the Celestial City

By Roland Warren on May 23, 2016

At the supermarket a few weeks ago, nearly every magazine had a cover story about the surprising death of the recording artist Prince. Indeed, the mystery around his death has intrigued many, especially given the very private life that he…

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From Penn State to Afghanistan–Why do we see no evil when boys are sexually abused?

By Roland Warren on May 13, 2016

When I was about 12 years old, my mother took me to visit one of her cousins.   As the evening approach, she and her cousin decided to go to a concert and they left me in the care of her…

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