Posts tagged EEW Magazine
Not today, Satan! 10 stress-busting scriptures to fight worry, fear, and anxiety

Stress, a feeling of emotional and physical tension, can make life’s hardships, transitions and challenges especially difficult. If you don’t handle stress properly, it can lead to physical ailments—even depression, anxiety and excessive worry. Here are 10 stress-busting scriptures to eliminate stress and fear!

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African-American Christian conservative Candace Owens hits back against ‘disgusting’ hate aimed toward her

African-American Christian conservative, Candace Owens, is hitting back against the hatred she has received for being vocal about her conservative political views. The 29-year-old spoke before the House Judiciary Committee on hate crimes and white nationalism, and condemned ‘disgusting’ attacks.

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What’s their secret? African-American Christian couple marks 82 years of marriage

An African-American couple in North Carolina is grabbing headlines around the globe as they mark 82 years of marriage and milestone birthdays. D.W. Williams, 103, and Willie Williams, 100, have divulged details on their winning marital strategy—and you may just be shocked by how simple and straightforward it is.

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Prayers Up: Mozambique recovers from cyclone, fights threat of cholera

After a devastating cyclone in Mozambique, a cholera outbreak has been declared in the regional city of Beira, many of whose half-million residents live in slums, and in a few outlying communities where scores of thousands of people now huddle in displacement camps with few toilets and little clean water.

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Fighting Obesity: Tamela Mann becomes Weight Watchers’ newest celebrity ambassador

Obesity-related diseases are on the rise among African-American women, but Grammy-nominated gospel singer, Tamela Mann, is on a mission to reduce that negative trend by tackling obesity head-on. The songstress is the new celebrity ambassador for WW—the new Weight Watchers.

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Taraji Henson talks Jussie Smollett, depression, anxiety, and faith in God

These are crazy times for the cast members of Fox’s hit show, “Empire,” ever since one of its stars, Jussie Smollett, filed a police report alleging a hate crime. Taraji P. Henson, known for her role as Cookie Lyon on the series, says she keeps things together through therapy, and faith in God.

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Aventer Gray praises woman who bashed NFL players for taking a knee and engaged in numerous affairs

Pastor Hope Carpenter received praise from Aventer Gray though she came under fire in 2017 for bashing NFL players for kneeling as a means of protesting the killing of unarmed black men. She also made headlines in 2014 for carrying on multiple extramarital affairs over a 10-year period.

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Dr. Tony Evans requests prayer as wife Lois’s cancer returns

Megachurch pastor, Dr. Tony Evans, needs your prayers as his wife, Lois Evans, has just discovered a recurrence of cancer. The 70-year-old senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship announced that her latest routine scan revealed that her rare gallbladder cancer had come back.

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God is not pleased: Kim Burrell plants seeds of discord by pitting two singers against each other

Kim Burrell is rightfully celebrated as one of the most gifted Gospel vocalists in the world— a role model to other singers, in fact. But she recently set a bad example by openly criticizing one songstress to build up another. She said Le’Andria Johnson is a better songster than Fantasia Barrino.

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Bishop T.D. Jakes receives high praise for greatly reducing recidivism rates through his T.O.R.I. program

Federal rates of recidivism—the tendency of a convicted criminal to reoffend—are high. But Dallas mega church pastor, Bishop T.D. Jakes, has found a formula to reduce those rates drastically through his Texas Offender Reentry Initiative (T.O.R.I.).

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Love like Jesus: Are you showing Christ-like compassion to the difficult-to-love?

When we think of love, we think of Hallmark cards, chocolates, flowers, hugs and kisses, and sweet moments shared with those we cherish. But when the Bible speaks of love, a different picture emerges that includes loving the difficult-to-love and being kind to those who are not kind to you.

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Don’t let the glamorous look fool you: Wendy Williams reveals she is living in a ‘sober house’

The old saying goes, never judge a book by its cover—a lesson talk show host, Wendy Williams, is reminding everyone of today. The 54-year-old says her glamorous appearance kept everyone fooled, tearfully revealing that she is currently living in a “sober house.”

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Catfishing happens offline, too: Don’t assume he is who he says he is

Who says catfishing can only happen on the Internet? Without taking great care, you can be tricked and lured in by someone you see face-to-face without even realizing it. Scripture says some will “come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves.”

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The Church failed Le’Andria Johnson, an alcoholic, by using her gift despite her issues

Back in the old days, professing Christians serving in ministry that publicly sinned were “sat down,” meaning they were relieved of duties for a period of time to get themselves together. Gospel singer Le’Andria Johnson might have benefited from such a practice.

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What really happened? John Gray’s alleged mistress denies affair was only ‘emotional’ and says they had sex

Two different stories have emerged in connection to Pastor John Gray’s cheating scandal. He said on daytime talk show, “The Real,” that his affair was only “emotional” and not sexual, but a woman who identifies herself as his former mistress says the two had a consensual sexual relationship.

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Be discreet: Stop sharing everything with everyone

According to Proverbs 2:11, discretion is a good thing. The Bible says it protects and guards you. But many people overshare daily and get hurt in the process. As a rule of thumb, do not disclose too much about yourself – especially when dealing with individuals you don’t know very well.

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Yvonne Orji says she is ‘happy’ after breakup ‘because I know how God works’

Christian actress Yvonne Orji may play a sexually promiscuous attorney on television, but she is committed to honoring her Christian faith through abstinence—something that made her recent breakup easier. Also, the fact that she knows “how God works'“ is bringing her comfort, too.

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VIDEO: 'God moves miraculously' says first inmate released under ‘First Step Act’

Do you believe in miracles? What about second chances?  Matthew Charles certainly does. In less than one month, he went from a jail cell to the State of the Union Address. That road to Washington, DC, however, includes a criminal past that started in Tennessee. Watch his story.

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