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Good Reads: Cling: Choosing a Lifestyle of Intimacy with God by Kim Cash Tate

If you’re looking for something to read that will encourage your faith, inspire you to go deeper in God’s word and foster a greater sense of closeness with the Lord, there’s a book you must read.

It’s the new Discovery House release, Cling: Choosing a Lifestyle of Intimacy with God, by one of Empowering Everyday Women Ministries’ favorite authors, Kim Cash Tate.

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Christian advice for blended families: Great tips from the Jakes, Manns and Franklins 

According to the US Census Bureau, 1300 new stepfamilies are forming every day and over 50% of US families are remarried or re-coupled.

Here are 4 great tips for Christians navigating their way around the blended family structure that will help ensure success, happiness and unity.

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Gladys Knight starts fundraising effort for community center to invest in future of the youth

Even though famed soul singer Gladys Knight grew up in Atlanta, she says her marriage to a Western North Carolina native has turned her into a country girl at heart.

And while Knight and William "Billy" McDowell own property in Fairview, their hearts are farther afield, in Canton's Gibsontown neighborhood.

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Congratulations! Tasha Cobbs weds musical director Kenneth Leonard in surprise ceremony


Congratulations are in order for GRAMMY® winning gospel recording artist Tasha Cobbs, who is a married woman now.

Kenneth Leonard, the musical director for the “Put A Praise On It” singer has, in fact, put a ring on it. The two celebrated their nuptials in a private surprise ceremony Friday, March 3, 2017.

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Fashion for a cause: CeCe Winans teams with Talbots and O Magazine to empower women in need

As if you need another reason to fall in love with CeCe Winans, here’s one anyway: the 10-time GRAMMY® winner is using her influence to promote fashion for a cause.

The “Never Have To Be Alone" singer is rocking O, The Oprah Magazine Collection for Talbots, not just because it looks good, but to boost sales for the clothing line that donates a portion of its proceeds to Dress for Success.

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Exclusive: A.R. Bernard talks how CNN’s ‘Finding Jesus’ could convince skeptics of Christ’s existence

How can you effectively share your faith in a rapidly changing world where many believe the Bible is a fairytale and Jesus is a fictitious character?

But A.R. Bernard, Founder and Senior Pastor of the 37,000-member Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, NY is not intimidated by the times in which we live. He tells EEW Magazine why.

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Husband of EEW Magazine president Dianna Hobbs says ‘thank you for all the love and concern’


Mr. Kenya and Mrs. Dianna Hobbs together at the Urban League Gala in Buffalo, NY (Photo Credit: Urban League Buffalo)Article By Rebecca Johnson // EEW Magazine

With all his wife has been going through, it’s been a difficult season for Kenya Hobbs, husband of EEW Magazine President, Dianna Hobbs.

But in the midst of it all, the spouse of 19 years and father of the couple’s four children is remaining grateful, especially for the compassion of family, friends and ministry supporters.

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'I'm always hungry:' South Sudanese face war, now famine

"This is the first time I've come to get food," says Myakong Mar. "I wasn't sure if I was going to get killed along the way."

Having emerged from South Sudan's swamps after months in hiding, the 42-year-old mother of four sifts her frail fingers through the grains of sorghum. Tonight, she can feed her family something other than water lilies.

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Former beauty queen Pat Smith opens up about past domestic abuse and how she found her value in Christ

Pat Smith is happily married to NFL star running back Emmitt Smith. But she wasn’t always in a healthy relationship full of love and respect.

The former beauty queen was once trapped in an abusive relationship, which she opened up about in a new radio interview helping women understand the nature of abuse, and how to get out of a volatile situation.

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Can't take anymore? 7 perfect scriptures to combat your overwhelming feelings of frustration

Sometimes, the trials and troubles of life can drive us to insanity. We want to postpone our purpose, or just give up all together.

We’ve all had moments where it seems as though we’ve been working towards a dead end. But the Word of God is always there to put you back in your right mind, even when you feel like this...

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Ebola health care worker Salome Karwah dies after childbirth in Liberia

MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) -- Salome Karwah survived Ebola after it killed both her parents and eight other relatives, then returned to her clinic to help countless others as she had become immune to the deadly virus.

But in a heartbreaking reminder of just how strong fear remains in Liberia, her husband says the nurses on duty were too afraid to touch Karwah when she experienced complications after childbirth last month.

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Put your pride aside: Sarah Jakes says be humble enough to admit when you’re wrong

I’ll admit it: I like being right and sometimes (well, honestly, most times) when someone tells me I’m not, it stings a little… okay, a lot.

When I was younger, I was known for my stubbornness and reluctance to apologize. But as I got older, I discovered that behavior was sabotaging my relationships, which is why something Sarah Jakes recently said got my attention.

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