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Are you a God chaser? I am. What do I mean by that? I’m glad you asked. I have prayed, cried, hollered, kicked scratched (Well…, not really, but you get the idea), and basically poured my heart out to God for more of him
Lately I have been bombarded with statements from many self proclaimed non-Christians that “we believe in the same God”. And I like to tell them, “No way!”
I love when men and women of God look great and always put their best foot forward. If we represent the King shouldn’t we look like it? Here are some winning looks from a few gospel artists. Whenever they head out, they’re sure to make a fashion statement.
Roomate #1: Wake up! Aren’t you going to church today?
Roomate#2: (Yawning) No, not today. Next week.
Roomate #1: Come on! You said that the last couple of weeks. And when was the last time you’ve been to church?
Do you know you have a call on your life? Maybe you probably already know that. Or maybe you don’t know that. Or maybe you’ve been sensing that the Lord is calling you to something but you don’t know what it is. Or maybe you are searching for that calling.
Now-a-days everyone is hip to technology, and we’re pretty sure you’re no exception. At the click of a button we can have access to almost anything in the world and more importantly the Word of God.
Christian men and women out in the dating world today are being met with all sorts of wrong thinking in their relationships. It is my hope to help these individuals identify these lies before it is too late, because they ruin lives and families. For this men’s article, I employed the help of male friends and loved ones, especially my wonderful husband, Steve.
As a youth I can remember learning and reciting the Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9-13), the Psalm of David (Psalm 23) and even the Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17); all which were considered to be staple scriptures every Christian should live and abide by with their walk and growth in Christ.
Have you met Jeremy Ricks? Well you should get to know him! He’s a minister at 25 but has been preaching the Word since he was just 16. His new album says it all and takes us back to the heart of worship. If you miss soul stirring worship music, words, and melodies, the album captures the very essence. You will not be disappointed. But first, let’s get to know the man behind the music.
The 2011 Dove Awards, the Christian version of the Grammys, will be held at the historic Fox Theatre’s Grand Salon on April 20.
INDIANAPOLIS…has been home of many secular artists, musicians, and actors/actresses as well as many gospel greats. Newcomers LCP Music Group, a new gospel record company, will release its first national imprint,
Dancehall recording artist Shaggy released a song titled “Church Heathen.” Given the reoccurring scandals that include tax evasion to the sordid details of affairs there are thousands of reasons to avoid attending church.
Just yesterday I asked my husband how can he tell when he hears lies from the enemy (the devil himself). His answer made perfect sense and confirmed that it is a way he does speak to us.
Its payday, and I’m staring at the screen on the ATM machine in the bank, looking at the amount that was just deposited into my checking account.
Sitting across the table from my beautiful friend in the quaint coffee shop, my worry mounted. She was sharing details about her new whirlwind relationship that had begun a couple months earlier.
Songstress Lakeia Shaneen understands what it means to be faithful to God, and after conversing with her, it’s evident that her devotion to Him is out of her love for Him. From losing her father, to losing her close friend, Lakeia Shaneen was able to breakthrough it all and remain steadfast in spite of.
The gospel music duo of Mary Mary have received acclaim from fans and critics alike since debuting with 2000’s Thankful.
Columbia recording artist Tye Tribbett is preparing for Spring Break.
I often wondered what’s in a fast. Starve myself and feel uncomfortable all for what? This act called fasting must be in The Ten Commandments, The Beatitudes perhaps, or even be a part of the Lords prayer; surprisingly, none of the aforementioned comment on fasting in any form.
Do we accept as truth the words spoken by King David in Psalm 139:14, that I am “fearfully and wonderfully made”? Or have these words become another meaningless cliché?
On numerous occasions I’ve had encounters with someone who at a point and time desired to understand and learn more about Christianity, but decided that maybe, just maybe this religion (for lack of a better word) and the pursuit of a relationship with Jesus Christ was not worth following;