We Believe...

We believe that the problems in the Black community lie largely with the black man and the solution lies with the black man. Because, for any group of people to rise, their men must rise. And after they have arisen, they must stay standing, no matter what, and take their God-given positions as the leaders of their families, churches, communities, or what have you. The National Association To Save Young Black Men was created to encourage young black men in seven major areas of life to be the leaders that they should be, to affect a positive change in the black community of America and beyond.

Thoroughness, Part 2 (The Man in the Mirror #59)

Thoroughness is carrying out each task in preparation for God’s personal inspection and approval. When David prayed, “Wash me throughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin,” he used the Hebrew word “rabah,” which occurs 74 other times in Scripture as multiply. He was asking God to cleanse…

Thoroughness, Part 1 (The Man in the Mirror #58)

In keeping with our theme of dealing with the man (or woman) in the mirror, we are going to continue discussing the building of important biblical character traits in your life. Today, we will begin looking at the quality of Thoroughness from “The Power for True Success” by the Institute…

Be Persistent (The Brother’s Keeper #65)

Even Mo’ Letters to Young Black Men Letter Thirteen: Be Persistent Dear Y.B.M., You might be talented. You might be educated. You might be well-trained. But, all of that means nothing if you aren’t persistent. Persistence is what sets apart people who accomplish things and who are consistently successful from…

Contentment, Part 3 (The Man in the Mirror #57)

This podcast is directed to all young people, but primarily to young black men, young black women, and their parents. We are thankful for all the people who are standing up for justice and racial equality. But this podcast is about the man in the mirror. What are you doing…

Be Generous (The Brother’s Keeper #64)

Letter Twelve: Be Generous Dear Y.B.M., I hope that you are a generous person. If not, what are you waiting for? The dictionary says a generous person is one who shows a readiness to give more of something, such as money or time, than is strictly necessary or expected. There…