Enjoy reading stories like these? Consider donating to Empowering Everyday Women Ministries, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

We distribute inspiring free content worldwide to edify the faith of believers and share the gospel with the broken and hurting. Our staff also launches initiatives and campaigns to benefit those who are overlooked, misused, forgotten and in need.

Learn more about who we are and why you should give today.

You can save lives. Learn more about EEW's advocacy and efforts to bring awareness to the epidemic of Autoimmune diseases that affect 50 million people, mostly women, in the U.S. Learn more here.

How to love like Christ... 

Don't run away

God's power makes it possible


You're being processed


You will receive God's best


Your breakthrough is closer than you think


God is setting you up


Are you sick and tired of it?


You're about to get up


Act of kindness turns into 50 year friendship 

God is increasing your wisdom




Got News Tips? Our award-winning editorial team wants the buzz. Send it to buzz[at]eewmagazine[dot]com!

Join thousands within our faith community who receive inspiration from Dianna Hobbs’ “Your Daily Cup of Inspiration” podcast! LISTEN HERE





The church failed Le'Andria


John Gray's mistress said they had sex


Man who accused panhandlers murdered his own wife



London preacher speaks after arrest 


Tamron Hall pregnant, married



Former corrupt cop talks faith, redemption

Jussie accused of staging attack

Kaepernick settles with NFL

Sunday Best returns

Black Panther star reps Christ



Devotion: You're worth so much!

Devotion: Crushed? God wants glory

Podcast: Your expectation will be met

Devotion: God is with you in your rough place


Read our statement of belief HERE.

How to receive Christ MORE

Get to know Dianna Hobbs HERE.

« Israel Houghton’s cheating and divorce drama has reportedly cost him his job at Lakewood Church | Main | Daily Cup Podcast—March 24: God's Not Finished [6:45] »

Tasha Cobbs opens up about depression and losing her father in candid Centric TV interview

Tasha Cobbs attends 2016 BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Award Show at Rialto Center for the Arts on January 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Source: Marcus Ingram/Getty)Article By Angelica Harper // EEW Magazine Entertainment Reporter

GRAMMY®, Dove and Stellar Award-winning gospel artist Tasha Cobbs is peeling back the layers of who she truly is.

The “Break Every Chain” singer gets candid about life, depression, losing her dad and more on Centric TV’s “Being,” airing April 2 at 10 p.m. EST.

 “The depression was something that I had just kind of tried to ignore because it’s not popular,” says the 34-year-old in a preview clip of the up close and personal interview posted on her official Instagram page. “And so it was something that I hid.”


A video posted by Tasha Cobbs (@tashacobbs) on Mar 18, 2016 at 2:14pm PDT


“Being,” a documentary series highlighting some of music and entertainment's most dynamic figures, featuring never-before-seen photos, videos, revealing interviews and more, exposes Cobbs’ private pain.

Among the tough topics of discussion is the loss of her father, Bishop Fritz Cobbs, who passed in January 2014.

The late Bishop Fritz Cobbs“We’re at the Stellars. I gathered the Stellars and we put them in my father’s hand,” Cobbs shares one of the most memorable and difficult times of her life.  “Before he got on the elevator, he turned around with my Stellars in his hand and smiled at me. That was the last time I saw him.”

Despite the painfulness of certain memories and struggles, the worship leader and iLead Escape founder is baring her soul and sending a powerful message about ministry.

“The ‘process’ isn't always easy,” Cobbs wrote on Instagram, captioning her Centric TV video snippet. “But if we endure those seasons of transition it always works for our good!!!”

She continued, “I pray that my story will help to sharpen someone else's faith!”


A video posted by Tasha Cobbs (@tashacobbs) on Mar 20, 2016 at 2:13pm PDT


RELATED: Tasha Cobbs shares her depression struggle


PrintView Printer Friendly Version

EmailEmail Article to Friend