Metro Detroit inter-faith group aims to heal others, communities
DETROIT – Many are leaning on their faith to cope with the stresses of 2020. Local 4′s Paula Tutman met with a group of religious leaders for a spiritual roundtable Thursday. The Religious Leaders Forum of Metropolitan Detroit meets regularly and takes on the issue of healing each person and each community. You can watch Paula Tutman’s full story in the video above.
Metro Detroit organization helps struggling families reconnect, heal
One Metro Detroit organization is working with struggling families to help them mend. “Black Family Development Incorporated is a 42-year-old family counseling organization,” said CEO Kenyatta Stephens. “We were created as an organization that specialized in evidence-based practices that were intended to strengthen and support African-American families. He sought help through Black Family Development Incorporated, which he found through Aniya’s school. “When I came to Black Family everything changed.