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Friday
Sep132019

Watch: Teen Tennis Phenom Coco Gauff talks Naomi Osaka and ‘fan-girling’ over Michelle Obama 

  

Teen tennis sensation Coco Gauff hopes “playing it cool” when she meets her celebrity fans belies the truth that she is actually “fan-girling so hard” over them.

During a Friday appearance on the “Today” show, the 15-year-old shared how she felt the first time former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama tweeted about her, calling her “great.”

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Friday
Sep132019

A Proud Prude: 10 go-to scriptures to help you stay pure, chaste and unapologetically holy 

If you struggle to keep your impure thoughts in check and your lust-loving flesh fights daily to live on the edge, and take a walk on the wild side, God’s word has enough power to sustain you.

EEW Magazine Online invites you to add these 10 go-to scriptures that espouse purity, modesty and holiness, to your list of must-read-and-apply Bible verses.

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Friday
Sep132019

Film Buzz: ‘Hustlers’ message that sex equals power causes clash of morals for conservative Christian viewers

“Hustlers,” at its core, is a true story about a group of New York City strippers that execute a plot to use their sexuality for a come-up at the expense of Wall Street fat cats.

Though the film (obviously) shows nudity and seductive dancing, highlights prostitution, and other activities deemed commonplace in society’s underbelly, it is important to note that, in today’s cultural climate, many women do see—and use— their own sexuality as a tool of empowerment and advancement.

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Friday
Sep132019

So Inspiring! Destiny Strickland, 11, girl born with a rare condition, proves 'different is beautiful' 

Meet a fierce and inspiring 11-year-old who is reminding everyone that “different is beautiful” and beauty comes from within!

Destiny Strickland, who was born with amniotic band syndrome (ABS)—a rare condition where strands of the amniotic sac separate and entangle limbs or other parts of the fetus—is telling other kids, “It doesn’t matter what they look like on the outside,” because what’s inside matters most.

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Friday
Sep132019

Rest Well: Juanita Abernathy, business plan writer for 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott, dies at 88

APJuanita Abernathy, who wrote the business plan for the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott and took other influential steps in helping to build the American civil rights movement, died Thursday. She was 88.

Family spokesman James Peterson confirmed Abernathy died at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta following complications from a stroke. In a statement, Peterson said Abernathy died surrounded by her three children and four grandchildren.

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Thursday
Sep122019

7 scriptures to help you believe God for big things and keep fear from robbing you of blessings , 

If you think too small, you won’t take advantage of the big opportunities or possess the great things God has for you.

If you are ready to believe the Lord for big things and stop fear from robbing you of the blessings already set aside for you, there are 7 scriptures you need to meditate on.

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Thursday
Sep122019

Michelle Williams says when it comes to depression ‘churchy clichés do not work’

If you think Christian platitudes and generic encouragements will yank someone out of depression’s grip, a GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel and R&B singer, who personally battles depression, says you’re wrong.

“Your churchy clichés do NOT work when it comes to depression or other mental illnesses,” said Michelle Williams, 40, who sought inpatient treatment in 2018.

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Thursday
Sep122019

Yes, Please! Viola Davis, 54, named L'Oréal Paris' new brand ambassador

Not every empowered woman of color reaches the heights of visibility that Viola Davis has achieved, but when they do, it is a special treat.

This week, it was announced that the 54-year-old Academy Award-winning actress is the new face of L’Oréal Paris, and we say yes, please! We are here for it all.

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Thursday
Sep122019

Speak On It, Sis: 7 Ayesha Curry quotes we love on faith, values and more

She is a family-first, business-savvy, faith-focused follower of Jesus Christ who has accomplished great things—and she’s just getting started.

Ayesha Curry, 30-year-old wife of NBA star, Stephen Curry, is one of the most buzz-about celebrities in the nation. Since we often hear what others have to say about her, EEW Magazine Online is focusing on what she has to say about herself.

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Thursday
Sep122019

Duchess Meghan designs collection for ‘Smart Works’ charity, helping unemployed women get jobs

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has debuted her eagerly-anticipated charity clothing collection and is inspiring us all to use our influence for the greater good.

The brand new capsule collection of workwear essentials—that consists of five carefully designed pieces—benefits Smart Works, a U.K. charity of which Meghan is a royal patron, devoted to helping unemployed women find job-appropriate clothing and employment opportunities.

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Thursday
Sep122019

The Sweet Taste of Death: Government plans to ban flavors used in e-cigarettes

The federal government will act to ban thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes, President Donald Trump said, responding to a recent surge in underage vaping that has alarmed parents, politicians and health authorities nationwide.

The surprise White House announcement could remake the multibillion-dollar vaping industry, which has been driven by sales of flavored nicotine formulas such as “grape slushie” and “strawberry cotton candy.”

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Thursday
Sep122019

Cancer research leader taps Yolanda Adams, Alicia Keys to honor philanthropist Sylvia Rhone

City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, has called upon GRAMMY® Award-winning singers Yolanda Adams, Alicia Keys and more to honor decorated philanthropist, Sylvia Rhone.

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Thursday
Sep122019

RIP: Petara Cordero, girlfriend of Cleveland Browns player Chris Smith killed in car accident

The girlfriend of Browns defensive end Chris Smith was killed in a roadside accident that happened after his car spun out on the highway.

The team said Petara Cordero, 26, who had just a welcomed a baby with Smith less than a month ago, died when she was struck by an oncoming car at around 2 a.m. Wednesday.

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