WASHINGTON (AP) — Black members of Congress are calling for the Justice Department to help police investigate a large number of missing children in Washington, D.C.
The District of Columbia logged 501 cases of missing juveniles, many of them black or Latino, in the first three months of this year.
Michelle Obama once said, “When they go low, we go high”—a precept an Atlanta-based television host and author was living out long before the former first lady coined that phrase.
Now Cherisse Stephens, who has written No Shade: A Self-Empowerment & Inspirational Journal, is taking her brand of positivity on the road with a 2017 national tour to empower women to rise above all the negativity.
Let me tell you something you may not hear enough: remaining a virgin is a realistic goal.
Virginity is not some far-fetched ideal that only the most “mature” Christians or stubborn prudes can stick to. The Lord desires that we all reserve sex for marriage and He does not require anything of us that is impossible.
Making strides in gospel: Don Jackson, founder of the Stellar Awards, to announce ‘Stellar TV cable network’
Thousands of gospel music lovers have headed to Las Vegas for this year’s Stellar Awards weekend March 24-25 where the genre’s finest will be awarded for their stellar artistry. But that’s not all fans can look forward to.
According to Don Jackson, founder of the Stellar Awards and chairman of Central City Productions, he will be sharing some extra special news.
Is Fred Hammond depressed, lost and mad at God? Maybe not in real life, but the independent filmmaker’s character sure seems to be in the dramatic trailer for his new indie drama, The Choir.
The GRAMMY®, Dove, and Stellar Award-winning gospel artist known for soul-stirring hits gave Twitter followers the exclusive sneak peek of his official foray into the indie movie industry on the evening of Thursday, March 23.
Some people think God is in heaven working overtime to see to it that the dreams they have for themselves come to pass. If you’re one of those people, sorry to burst your bubble.
Newsflash: God is not a genie.
Seeking God earnestly is what every believer must do to grow stronger and it’s something gospel recording artist Kierra Sheard says she learned to do during a difficult time.
At just 14 years old, the soloist and entrepreneur nearly lost her mother, GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist Karen Clark Sheard, which taught her how to storm Heaven’s gates on her own.
What is becoming the 'must-see' faith-based movie of the year, Slamma Jamma hits theaters nationwide this Friday, with a sneak-preview this Thursday at all Regal theaters.
"It's all about redemption," says NFL legend Michael Irvin who stars in the film as the sports agent, Terrell. "My whole life is in this movie so I didn't have to do any method acting."
If you need a social media break, take one. If you feel yourself becoming too shallow and tainted by the world’s ideas about beauty, success and lifestyle, change your influences.
Spend less time engrossed in certain carnal, fleshly activities. Devote more time to working on your relationship with God.
Fear is paralyzing. If you let it, it instantly robs you of your ability to move forward with your life in an enjoyable and healthy way, and receive all God has for you.
Though we know that “God has not given us the spirit of fear” according to 2 Timothy 2:7, we fail to recognize fear as what the Bible calls it: a spirit from the enemy.