When you’re struggling with issues, temptations and hanging on by a thread in your walk of faith, being a strong Christian can seem like an idealistic fantasy. But it’s truly possible! Though we are all only human and our flesh is weak, there are certain habits that can, indeed, build up strength.
Depression. It’s one of the most taboo subjects in the Christian community, yet with depression affecting more than 19 million Americans each year, 12 million of them being women (According to Mental Health America), I am willing to bet that at least half of them are filling the pews of churches everywhere.
The wind is blowing and the storm is raging. But the supernatural strength of God is constantly stabilizing and fortifying you through everything. So be encouraged and know this won’t break you. You won’t go under. The Lord will sustain you and you will be victorious!
It's hard and scary to share your truth when it's not embraced, but speak up anyway. One thing's for sure, nothing is hidden from God and He will always vindicate you. It may not happen in the ways you expect, but our loving Father will always bring justice on your behalf in some way.
Women’s ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, is celebrating her husband of 20 years with a sweet online birthday tribute on the occasion of his 46th birthday. In a Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 social media post, she doted on Kenya Hobbs, the father of the couple’s four children.
Last month, gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds turned 29 years old and took occasion to share wisdom that far exceeds his years on earth. On his Life Room Talk blog, he shared 16 truths he lives by that he has discovered in his less than 30 years on earth. EEW is choosing our Top 5 favorites.
Gospel singer Jessica Reedy has been ashamed of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy, but decided to come out with the truth after surviving a scary accident. The “Put It On the Altar” singer put it on Instagram, showing off her baby bump, as well as her banged up SUV.
Everybody’s favorite Christian power couple, David and Tamela Mann, is celebrating 30 years of wedded bliss by strengthening the marriages of other people. Their new book, Us Against the World releases November 13 and their new project, The Love Project, releases November 9.
Everyone at some point has struggled with feelings of inadequacy and grappled with worries about not measuring up—including awarding-winning Gospel singer and entrepreneur, Kierra Sheard. She says she’s had to identify and fight against the false belief that she isn’t good enough to succeed in her divine purpose.
In the 21st century, as many women still struggle to find their definitive place in a patriarchal society, feminist author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, argues that when Jesus walked the earth, He saw men and women as equals. Read her thoughts and see what you think about her argument.
Gospel recording artist, Tina Campbell, whose husband Teddy Campbell had multiple extramarital affairs over the course of 10 years, admits during a stimulating conversation with Dr. Caroline Leaf, that she helped create the toxic environment in her marriage that opened the door to infidelity.
Looking at videos and photos of Nichol from a few years ago, it’s hard to recognize the woman she is today. For 20 years, she lived life as a transgender man who went by the name Esco in the clubs and streets of LA until she had a real encounter with Christ.
Christian rapper, Travis Tremayne Tyler, who simply goes by the stage name Thi’sl, was shot multiple times during an attempted robbery Tuesday. Some sources say he was attacked by some of the young men he was attempting to help.
The late Aretha Franklin’s roots run deep in Gospel music, which makes it fitting for Gospel singers to tribute her at The American Music Awards next month. According to The Associated Press, Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin, CeCe Winans, Gladys Knight and Ledisi will perform.
What’s better than celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ at Christmastime? Doing it with the melodious sounds of Gospel singer, CeCe Winans. Fans and holiday music lovers around the world are thrilled that she’s releasing a Christmas album.
You may be able to pray away some things, but a serious mental health issue isn’t one of them according to Academy Award-nominated actress, Taraji P. Henson. She has launched The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation to get rid of the stigma surrounding mental health in the black community.
Viral sensation and Gospel singer, Briana Babineaux, has officially entered into wedded bless. The “I’ll Be The One” songstress wed the one, Keeslon Fontenot, at City Club at River Ranch in her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana, Saturday September 15, 2018.
The kind of beauty that matters cannot be achieved with injections, surgery, makeup, filters, fillers, and waist trainers. If you want to truly be beautiful, stop focusing on a snatched waist, a beat face and keeping your brows on fleek. Instead, aspire to exemplify the qualities in these 7 scriptures.
It seems almost as if everybody’s mad, outraged, triggered, or up-in-arms about something these days. We quarrel incessantly over political views, theological perspectives, social issues and personal preferences. When does the quarreling, anger and rage cease?
Kirk Franklin may have written many songs about love and forgiveness, but he says, he wasn’t practicing what he preached—that is, until recently when he learned his biological father, whom he never knew, has only “3-6 months to live.” Now he’s trying to forgive his dad.
A free concert to support the construction of the National Museum of Gospel Music in Chicago is bringing out Donnie McClurkin, Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Travis Greene, Tamela Mann, Smokie Norful, Shirley Caesar, and many more.
Catastrophic flooding from Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday, with roads to Wilmington cut off by the epic deluge and muddy river water swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland. "Empowering Everyday Women Ministries is praying for and supporting all those impacted by Hurricane Florence," said Dianna Hobbs, Founder.
Award-winning women’s ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, sat down for an exclusive chat with 100.3 FM “Preaching Women” host, Valerie Foye. The full conversation, which originally aired Saturday, Sep. 15, is available for online at TotallyGospel.com.
As controversy swirls around him and his fight against police brutality and racial inequality, a video of the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, singing along to gospel artist Hezekiah Walker’s 2009 hit, “God Favored Me,” is going viral.
The 30-year-old white Dallas police officer who shot and killed a black Christian accountant in his home has been charged with manslaughter. According to a new report, she will be presented to a grand jury and may face even more serious charges for her crime.
Many sing God Bless America, but it will take more than a song to see the blessings of the Lord rain down upon our nation. Psalm 33:12 tells us what it requires to curry favor with God: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people whom he has chosen as his heritage!”
It was officially announced by Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc. that LaKeisha Rainey-Collins of Mobile, founder of Beautiful Me Ministries—now a branch of Empowering Everyday Women Ministries— has been named Director of Operations in Alabama.
Many of us have heard the statistic that more than 19 million Americans each year struggle with depression. But, for some reason, plenty of folks believe that individuals within the faith community are excluded.
This week marked the beginning of the fall semester for Kyla Hobbs, daughter of EEW Magazine president, Dianna Hobbs. To prepare her, the award-winning ministry leader gave the freshman some great advice.