Global Outreach Day: Millions are committing to witnessing to at least one person on May 26, 2018

Millions of people and ministries are witnessing to others on Global Outreach Day, Saturday, May 26, 2018. The mission of Global Outreach Day is simple: to share the Gospel with at least one person on that day. See how you can join the movement.

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African-American woman Stacey Abrams wins Democratic nomination for governor of Georgia

Stacey Abrams won the Democratic party’s nomination for governor in Georgia, where she faces long odds in a Republican-dominated southern state testing divergent Democratic strategies. She could potentially be the first African-American female governor in the United States.

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Reality TV Buzz: Erica Campbell is ‘so very excited’ about her new docu-series ‘We’re the Campbells’

In a day and age where positive depictions of love and major among people of faith and color are in short supply, gospel power couple, Warryn and Erica Campbell, are stepping up to the plate. Erica is “so very excited” about their upcoming TV One reality show.

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Do you need a social media break? Kierra Sheard explains the importance of disconnecting

Gospel singer Kierra Sheard, 30, is opening up about a time in the not-too-distant past when she let her online activity consume too much of her time and shares how a break for social media (as well as a change-up in her diet) helped her put things in perspective.

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Dianna Hobbs says ‘pinch me’ after successful celebration of healing and book release

Award-winning ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, recently held and banquet and book signing for the release of her new book, God Did It: A True Story of Miraculous Healing—a moment she calls “surreal.” She says, “I am still rejoicing over this surreal ‘pinch me’ moment...”

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Excited Priscilla Shirer announces that fundraising efforts for Ugandan charity 'Watoto' exceeds its goals

Bible teacher and best-selling author, Priscilla Shirer, who is using her platform to help vulnerable women and orphaned children in a big way, has been an even bigger blessing than anticipated. The Going Beyond Ministries founder has already raised approximately $400,000 for Watoto, a program that rescues Ugandan women and children.

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WATCH: Brain tumor dissolves as a woman fervently prays, believes and praises

One Sunday in 2014, after getting the worst headache of her life, a woman named Evelyn went to the Emergency Room. After receiving an MRI, she got the bad news: It was a brain tumor and it was inoperable. Watch this incredible story of how God healed Evelyn in response to prayer and praise.

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A mother inspired to trust God during daughter’s battle with Sickle Cell

TaKisha Clyburn, a North Carolina native, heard about the miraculous healing of EEW Magazine President, Dianna Hobbs. This tenacious mother of faith, whose daughter was diagnosed with Sickle Cell at birth, has been inspired to cling to faith in God’s healing power despite the odds. This is her story.

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WATCH: Gospel singer Yolanda Adams shines in show-stopping ‘American Idol’ duet with Michael Woodard

Yolanda Adams’ voice sparkled during the American Idol season finale. When the 56-year-old GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel vocalist sang a duet of “What The World Needs Now” with a Top 5 former contestant on the May 21st finale, more than the veteran singer’s pants suit shined.

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CeCe Winans lends her voice to inspiring ‘Beautifully Broken’ soundtrack [LISTEN]

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist, CeCe Winans, is gracing ears and uplifting hearts on a new single, “Beautifully Broken,” the title cut from the soundtrack of the film of the same name.

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Tamera Mowry-Housley celebrates ‘The Real’ Emmy win: ‘God you are amazing!’

“The Real” co-hosts took home an Emmy Sunday. While the ecstatic (and stunned!) ladies all thanked their fans, Tamera Mowry-Housley was sure to send praises up to God for the milestone achievement that she says left her “seriously in awe.”

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Christ’s light shines through Waffle House shooting victim DeEbony Groves

Though her life was senselessly taken by Travis Reinking’s gunfire on April 22, 2018, the light of Christ continues to shine through DeEbony Groves, one of four fatally wounded victims of the Waffle House shooting.

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Christian author Dianna Hobbs launches Christ-focused ‘He too’ anti-sexual assault campaign and book giveaway

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month and those seeking freedom from the pain of sexual violation need to look no further than the “He too” anti-sexual assault movement says EEW Magazine president, Dianna Hobbs.

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