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The Word Network files FCC complaint against Comcast for 'unjust removal' of programming

The Word Network, which airs programming from Bishop T.D. Jakes, Joyce Meyer, Bishop Paul S. Morton and more, is being dropped by Comcast in key markets.

To stop what the religious media company is calling an “unjust removal” it has filed a complaint with the FCC against Comcast, Xfinity and NBC.

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The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights expressing concern about the rise in reported hate crimes

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, by majority vote, has released a statement expressing deep concern about the rise in reported hate crimes cited in the FBI's November 2016 report, "Hate Crime Statistics, 2015."

In addition, the Commission believes that since last month's election, there have also been an alarming number of hate crimes and incidents reported.

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Gospel: First-time Grammy nominees Jekalyn Carr, Todd Dulaney, and Tim Bowman Jr. react to their nominations

Of the thousands of gospel artists that pour out their hearts through song, only a handful are recognized by The Recording Academy.

That’s why first-time Grammy nominees Jekalyn Carr, Todd Dulaney, and Tim Bowman Jr. feel so humbled to be selected for the honor.

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Good Deeds: Tasha Cobbs Ministries raises $10,000 towards Haiti Relief Initiative

Though Hurricane Matthew, which impacted Haiti, killing more than 500 people and leaving 175,000 without homes in October 2016, has dropped out of global news headlines, the victims are not forgotten.

GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel singer Tasha Cobbs has used her influence to raise $10,000 toward the Haiti Relief Initiative.

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‘Tis the Season: Mary Mary and Tamar Braxton set to star in new musical Christmas play

‘Tis the season for star-studded Christmas productions.

“Two Sides to Every Christmas Story,” a new holiday musical stage play starring GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel duo Mary Mary, R&B star Tamar Braxton, and more, is happening Friday, Dec. 16.

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Spread Christmas Cheer: Give the gift of kindness this season

Galatians 5:22 tells us that kindness is a fruit of the Spirit, so spread a little cheer through kindness to those around you this holiday season.

Here are 5 ways you can easily show the love of Christ this Christmas.

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