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PR team for women’s ministry leader Dianna Hobbs provides updated health status report

Thank you all for your prayers, support and outpouring of love during an unexpectedly difficult time in Dianna’s life. She had a stroke and suffered more than 20 seizures. Her family traveled from far and wide to be by her bedside in the ICU when things appeared to be the worst. Get more details.

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We are praying: 2 mass shootings in less than 24 hours shock US; 29 killed

Christians around the world are praying after two separate mass shooters in Ohio and Texas killed 29 people and inured about 50 in less than 24 hours. Officers gunned down the Ohio shooter and arrested the El Paso shooter as hundreds fled a crowded shopping center. While gun laws need to change, we must never stop being prayerful.

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Family gives thanks: Women’s ministry leader Dianna Hobbs out of ICU, now at home

Award-winning ministry leader, Dianna Hobbs, has been transferred out of intensive care and is now recovering in her Upstate New York home. Things first took a turn for the worst hours after the 42-year-old had a total hysterectomy to treat and cure two non-life-threatening conditions: adenomyosis and fibroids.

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Living a blessed life: Tamron Hall talks marriage, motherhood and faith

 Journalist Tamron Hall is living a blessed life! With a supportive husband, gorgeous new baby boy, and thriving career, God has smiled on this woman of faith. But she wasn’t all smiles after walking away from her post as an NBC “Today” show anchor in February 2017. These days, all that sorrow is behind her.

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Well-deserved: Ava Duvernay’s ‘When They See Us’ earns a whopping 16 Emmy nominations

Ava Duvernay’s gripping four-part series, “When They See Us,” which impacted 23 million Netflix accounts worldwide, has racked up a whopping 16 Emmy Award nominations. “Thank you to the real men for inviting me to tell their story,” wrote the director, co-writer and producer.

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Feel like the world has gone crazy? 10 Bible verses to keep you sane

With eroding morals, dirty politics, rampant racism and corruption everywhere you look, sometimes, it feels like the world has gone crazy, but you don’t have to. The Bible is the perfect source to keep your heart and mind at peace in times of trouble. Read these 10 verses to protect your heart and mind!

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Tweet wars: As accusations of racism, xenophobia and incivility fly, how should Christians respond?

President Donald Trump has ignited a war of words on Twitter after firing off racist tweets that have been widely condemned, aimed at four progressive congresswomen of color. As the back-and-forth accusations of racism, xenophobia and incivility fly, how should Christians respond?

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What does the Bible say about how we should treat immigrants? 7 scriptures to know

As our nation focuses on the immigration crisis resulting in men and women being caged in overcrowded detention facilities, and migrant children being separated from their families, it is a good time to closely examine what the Bible says about how we should treat immigrants.

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5 reasons many doubt Jussie Smollet’s story of a racist, homophobic attack by Trump supporters

Black openly gay actor, Jussie Smollett, has supporters and doubters of his story of being the target of a homophobic, racist, and politically-motivated attack by Donald Trump supporters. But those who doubt the voracity of his story are growing in number.

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Prayers up: ‘Empire’ actor Jussie Smollett beaten, hospitalized following apparent hate crime

35-year-old “Empire” actor, Jussie Smollett, was reportedly the victim of a hate crime in Chicago. He was taken to a hospital and later released in good condition. What happened?

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Inspiration: Don't go by what you see

Are you struggling because your situation looks bad on the outside? Is worry trying to grip your heart? In today’s inspiration, the message is simple: don’t focus on what you see. Focus on what God has said. Trust and obey the word of the Lord. This is the key to releasing divine favor and unlocking the treasure trove of blessings He has in store for you. Stay anchored in Him.

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We love the Word: African-Americans have higher levels of Bible engagement

A new State of the Bible survey by American Bible Society reveals that African-Americans have higher levels of Bible engagement than other groups in the U.S., showing a greater affinity for Scripture than most. 93% own at least one Bible in their homes.

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#WorldMentalHealthDay: Erasing the stigma and shame for Christians with depression

Depression. It’s one of the most taboo subjects in the Christian community, yet with depression affecting more than 19 million Americans each year, 12 million of them being women (According to Mental Health America), I am willing to bet that at least half of them are filling the pews of churches everywhere.

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Your voice matters: Speak up and share your truth about sexual assault

It's hard and scary to share your truth when it's not embraced, but speak up anyway. One thing's for sure, nothing is hidden from God and He will always vindicate you. It may not happen in the ways you expect, but our loving Father will always bring justice on your behalf in some way.

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Our Top 5 favorite ‘lessons learned’ from Jonathan McReynolds’ birthday reflections

Last month, gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds turned 29 years old and took occasion to share wisdom that far exceeds his years on earth. On his Life Room Talk blog, he shared 16 truths he lives by that he has discovered in his less than 30 years on earth. EEW is choosing our Top 5 favorites.

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Baby #3: Gospel singer Jessica Reedy reveals hidden pregnancy after 'horrible' car accident

Gospel singer Jessica Reedy has been ashamed of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy, but decided to come out with the truth after surviving a scary accident. The “Put It On the Altar” singer put it on Instagram, showing off her baby bump, as well as her banged up SUV.

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