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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Making digital disciples: Bishop Joseph Walker maximizes social media to reach the lost

Bishop Joseph Walker is using social media to expand his reach and share the Gospel with more people. “It's important to take advantage of key opportunities to reach the lost and expand,” he says.

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Tasha Cobbs Leonard defends John Gray against critics of his Trump meeting

The criticism of Relentless pastor John Gray has been relentless since he agreed to join other faith leaders for a meeting with President Donald Trump to discuss prison reform. But Carl Lentz, and Tasha Cobbs Leonard are defending him.

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Facebook fraud: Women’s ministry leader Dianna Hobbs warns of ‘fake page in my name’

When scam artists see an opportunity to con the public by falsely posing as a trusted influencer on social media, they take it. Women’s ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, is warning you of a fake page.

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Pastor Tamara Bennett reveals her first husband, Dr. Donald Curlin, died of AIDS

In June 2000, Tamara Bennett was thrust into the role of senior pastor after her late husband, Dr. Donald Curlin, passed away. Many didn’t know the story behind his transition until now.

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#InternationalFriendshipDay: 5 qualities to look for in friends

Choosing relationships carefully is important to every person, particularly if you are going to fulfill the calling of God on your life. Being surrounded by healthy, God-fearing people is not optional.

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Keep it classy: Lady Serita Jakes says a ‘soft answer’ is best

The last time a person insulted you, what did you do? If you struggle to hold your tongue and your temper when someone is being less than kind, first lady Serita Jakes has some advice for you

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Before passing Wynter Pitts, 38. said she hoped her story would inspire confidence

Though Wynter Pitts, founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, passed away unexpectedly last week. But before she made her transition suddenly, she expressed what she hoped her legacy would be.

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BeBe and CeCe Winans to receive ‘Gospel Music Icon’ award

One of America's favorite gospel duos of all time, BeBe and CeCe Winans, may have recorded their final album, Still, in 2009. But all these years later, they are still relevant and are being billed ‘icons’.

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How God is using Michelle Williams’ mental health struggle to help others

God turns our pain into purpose and Gospel singer and Broadway star Michelle Williams is a living example of that truth. The “Say Yes” singer has said yes to the calling of taking the stigma off of mental illness.

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