Posts tagged Black Christian news sites
New York State law passes allowing abortions up until baby's due date

With cheers and celebration, a new Reproductive Health Act was signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo allowing late-term abortions—up until a baby’s due date if a woman’s health is at risk. It is highly controversial.

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Sabbath over Sports: Chick-fil-A will be closed on Super Bowl Sunday

Chick-fil-A, affectionately known as the “Gospel Bird,” could rake in big bucks on Super Bowl Sunday at its location inside Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium. But the chain has chosen to honor its biblical policy instead.

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John Gray denies being suicidal, chastises Church for not 'concealing' his sin

After a video of Bishop T.D. Jakes telling a weeping Pastor John Gray “the spirit of suicide hangs around your house,” many prayed for that suicidal spirit to be lifted from the Relentless Church leader. He clarifies his statements inside.

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Christian singer Mandisa exudes joy on tour with her band, ‘Glorious Funk’

Grammy® Award-winning Christian contemporary singer, Mandisa Hundley, exudes joy as she tours across the nation with her band, Glorious Funk, for Winter Jam.

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Protect your peace: Yolanda Adams shares tips for how not to get sucked into drama

Looking for ways to guard your peace and avoid drama at a time when things around us are increasingly chaotic? Multiple Grammy® Award-winning gospel singer, Yolanda Adams, is giving you some helpful advice.

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Philanthropic ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, launches 'Literacy Links' program to fight illiteracy among youth

Dianna Hobbs, Founder of Empowering Everyday Women Ministries and first lady of City Church Buffalo, recently launched her Literacy Links Program. It is a community initiative to fight illiteracy.

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Good Deeds: Kierra Sheard 'saddened' by government shutdown, offers to help unpaid workers

Award-winning Gospel singer, Kierra Sheard, may be on a budget herself, but that hasn’t stopped her from reaching out to help those impacted by the government shutdown—the longest in US history.

 

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WATCH: CeCe Winans Performs 'God Bless America' at 2018 'A Capitol Fourth'

This past July 4th, America marked its 242nd birthday. Grammy-winning Gospel singer, CeCe Winans, joined this year's lineup and offered up a soulful rendition of "God Bless America." Watch!

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Giving us baby fever: Christian chef Ayesha Curry says ‘I’m so in love’ with new son, Canon

After welcoming Canon W. Jack Curry Monday, doting mom, Ayesha Curry shared a new photo of the little bundle that has already stolen her heart away. “Pure bliss,” wrote the Christian chef and wife of NBA player, Stephen Curry.

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‘Sanctuary’ church in Minneapolis is achieving racial diversity in divided times

Though some would argue that America is now more racially divided than ever, this certainly isn’t true at Sanctuary Covenant Church in north Minneapolis. The Evangelical congregation of about 700 has a healthy mix of races and cultures.

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Kierra Sheard shares ‘amazing’ visit to South Africa’s Robben Island where Mandela was imprisoned

Gospel singer Kierra Sheard is known for touching hearts with her powerful songs and vocals. Recently, her own heart was touched during a visit to Cape Town, South Africa. She toured Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela, spent 18 years.

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Capitol Records’ new artist Queen Naija hit with accusations of stealing a John P. Kee mega hit

Queen Naija, an urban singer and YouTube star, has been accused of stealing the melody and music of one of Gospel’s most respected artists. Some think the hook of her single “Karma,” sound like Pastor John P. Kee’s 2012 mega hit…

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We love it: Tasha Cobbs Leonard honors late father with ‘Fritz Eyewear Collection’ launch

Gospel singer Tasha Cobbs Leonard is getting ready to help you see something you’ve never seen. Get ready for the “Fritz Eyewear Collection,” a new line of glasses in honor of her late father, Bishop Fritz Cobbs. See the frames.

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Lord, help me get my money right! 10 realistic and easy debt-relief tips

You’re swimming in debt. You feel like you’re drowning. You’ve been praying for financial breakthrough and asking God to work a miracle in your finances. If that’s you, this is an answer to your prayers. Here are 10 easy-to-apply tips!

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You’re not that strong, sis: 3 ways to avoid being overwhelmed & overworked

Are you overworked, over-committed, and under-nourished? Do you find yourself feeling overwhelmed and over-obligated? Sometimes, we perceive ourselves as being strong enough to handle everything. But everybody has a breaking point. Even you!

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Christianity Today’s 12 recommended podcasts include Chrystal Evans Hurst, Dianna Hobbs, Malcolm Gladwell

Christianity Today has recommended 12 podcasts for summer listening and it features authors Chrystal Evans Hurst, Dianna Hobbs, Malcolm Gladwell and more. The magazine, founded by the late Billy Graham, is highlighting online broadcasts you should check out.

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WATCH: Whitney Houston was molested

The upcoming documentary, Whitney, from Academy Award–winning director Kevin Macdonald gets personal about Whitney Houston, the iconic singer who is gone too soon. In the riveting film, Whitney’s family opens up about her tumultuous life.

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WATCH: Senate Chaplain Barry Black condemns politically motivated harassment, calls for greater civility

Instances of politically motivated harassment and bullying are dominating headlines these days, causing many to ask – are we losing civility in our country? Senate Chaplain Barry Black thinks, sadly, we are.

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Serita Jakes building healthy self-esteem in girls through debutante program

Serita Jakes, who has been inspiring young women through her Junior Debutante and Distinctively Debutante Program for over 20 years, is celebrating her debutante class of 2018. Learn more about her special program to help girls build healthy esteem.

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