Pastor embroiled in cheating scandal, John Gray, says those who judge ‘ain’t saved’

Pastor John Gray has been making headlines for committing adultery and battling suicidal thoughts. He has been getting a lot of backlash. To all the judgmental folks, he has a message: you “ain’t saved.” The Relentless Church pastor said during a sermon, “They say they’re saved, but they’re the first ones to judge you…”

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Feeling called to do something good for others? Erica Campbell says ‘There’s always somebody willing to help’

Michael McLaughlin, a teacher at an inner-city school in Buffalo, NY, grabbed the attention of Erica Campbell with his fundraising campaign to teach low-income students advanced technology. As Campbell supports him, she stresses the importance of visionaries finding innovative ways to get support for their own initiatives.

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Feeling discouraged in your purpose? Dr. Tony Evans encourages leaders called to 'a small place'

Have you ever felt like you weren’t flourishing in your purpose and began to question whether God even called you in the first place? If so, Dr. Tony Evans has some words of wisdom for you. “You cannot confuse purpose with scope,” said the senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX,

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Inspiration: You will see Him work

In today’s inspiration, Dianna Hobbs admonishes you to to take on an attitude of faith while you’re going through this. Refuse to allow anything to steal your praise. Lift up your head. Keep your heart full of gratitude. Know you will see God work. But before you do, praise Him anyway.

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Podcast: It's no problem at all

Have situations seemingly gotten way out of hand in your life? Does it look impossible? In today’s inspiration, Dianna Hobbs says, your problem may look big, but God is bigger. The trial may seem great, but God is greater. No matter what you’re facing, God is able to turn it around and use it to get glory out of it, and that’s exactly what He’s about to do in your situation.

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Inspiration: Don't go by what you see

Are you struggling because your situation looks bad on the outside? Is worry trying to grip your heart? In today’s inspiration, the message is simple: don’t focus on what you see. Focus on what God has said. Trust and obey the word of the Lord. This is the key to releasing divine favor and unlocking the treasure trove of blessings He has in store for you. Stay anchored in Him.

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Faith and Football: Tasha Cobbs Leonard confirmed for 2019 Super Bowl Gospel Celebration

The Super Bowl appears to be struggling to secure African-American halftime performers because no NFL team will hire former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick who took a knee to protest police shootings of unarmed black men. But the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration isn’t having the same issues…

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EEW President Dianna Hobbs reminisces about how God healed her voice: ‘I will forever praise His name’

More than a year ago, Dianna Hobbs, award-winning president of Empowering Everyday Women Online Magazine, could not speak above a whisper, sing, or preach the Gospel. But you wouldn’t know that if you hear her now. The author and first lady posts a clip of herself singing “The Lord’s Prayer” on Instagram.

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Mommy and Me: Tina Campbell shows love to her baby girl Meela (Awww!)

Daughters need the affirmation of their mothers, which is why Empowering Everyday Women Online Magazine celebrates the way gospel recording artist, Tina Cambpell, is gushing over one of her daughters on social media. “Me and my MEELA,” wrote the 44-year-old doting mom.

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Pastor John P. Kee's charity efforts being overshadowed by song-stealing controversy

Gospel music legend, Pastor John P. Kee, is rallying people nationwide to join his shoe drive for the homeless. But his God-honoring charitable efforts are being overshadowed by a song-stealing controversy involving Queen Naija.

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What Is Advent and Why Is It Important?

If you’re totally confused about what Advent is, don’t feel bad. Lots of Christians don’t know. Advent is basically a time when we anticipate and prepare for the second coming of Christ. The season of Advent, which begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve.

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Music Buzz: Tamera Mowry Housley to release a Christian album in 2019

The Real talk show host, Tamera Mowry Housley, may be mourning the recent death of her niece, Alaina Housley, 18, but she isn’t letting that get in the way of her worship. She announced that she is joining her local church’s worship team and releasing her debut Christian album in 2019.

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White Dallas cop indicted for fatally shooting black man in his own apartment

Dallas County court records show that a white former Dallas police officer has been indicted on a murder charge for the killing of her black unarmed neighbor when she says she mistakenly went to his apartment instead of her own and shot him.

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World AIDS Day: Building more awareness and compassion around HIV

Recently, Pastor Tamara Bennett revealed that her late husband died of AIDS in 2000. There are many others who have lost their battle with this disease as well—something World AIDS Day, recognized annually on December 1 since 1988, brings into focus.

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We Love It: Shirley Chisholm monument planned for Brooklyn

Shirley Chisholm is coming to Brooklyn’s back yard. The de Blasio administration announced Friday — on what would have been Chisholm’s 94th birthday — that a city-funded monument honoring the political trailblazer will be erected at the Parkside entrance to Prospect Park.

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Research: Black Lives Matter mostly opposed by men, conservatives and Republicans

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas recently examined public opinions about Black Lives Matter, an activist movement founded in 2013 that has gained national attention in subsequent years. The study, “Red States and Black Lives,” is published in the journal Justice Quarterly,

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Prayers Up: TIME Magazine features parents of children killed in school shootings

Its’ a striking, sobering and simultaneously heartbreaking TIME Magazine cover that shakes you out of your oblivion and reminds you to pray for the parents who have lost a child to a school shooting. The cover features the headline, "The world moves on and you don't."

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