Wedded Bliss: Gospel singer Briana Babineaux weds Keeslon Fontenot

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.

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Pretty outside, ugly inside: 7 scriptures to help you exemplify true beauty

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.

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Everybody’s mad! 5 scriptures to help you keep your anger in check in an overly triggered society

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?

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Kirk Franklin confesses struggle to forgive terminally ill biological father: ‘I’ve lived my entire life hating this man’

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.

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Tamela Mann, Shirley Caesar and more join forces to benefit National Museum of Gospel Music

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.

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Empowering Everyday Women Ministries providing support and relief for Hurricane Florence survivors

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.

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Colin Kaepernick singing along to Hezekiah Walker’s ‘God Favored Me’ gets gospel artist's attention

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.

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White officer who killed black Christian accountant could face more serious charges

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.

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Empowering Everyday Women names LaKeisha Rainey-Collins ‘director of operations’ in Alabama

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.

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Think you’re too broken for God to use you? CeCe Winans says you’re not [VIDEO]

If you feel too broken to be used by God, the best-selling female gospel artist of all time, CeCe Winans, says you’re wrong. “We all have been broken,” she says. But God uses our brokenness. Watch her discuss this.

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Marvin Sapp shares how taking a ‘step of faith’ to pursue full-time ministry has been a blessing

Gospel singer Marvin Sapp says leaving a steady gig to go after his divinely inspired musical dream has been a blessing. Nearly 30 years ago, at 22 years of age, he said, “I walked away from my job…”

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Everyone isn’t who they ‘post’ to be: Tina Campbell advocates for social media authenticity and positivity

On social media, millions feel pressured to pretend. But gospel recording artist Tina Campbell says despite these pressures, it’s best to be genuine and positive, which is who you’re “post” to be.

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