I’ve been to parties. Quite a few (haven’t you?). But I’m saved (please, hear me out). I didn’t go to “wild out” or to “have fun.” Truthfully speaking, I went to celebrate whatever event at that time called for a celebration (it’s not an excuse, it just honest).
Everybody loves a good story; one that takes us through a whirlwind of emotion and keeps us on the edge of our seat. As humans, we enjoy being entertained whether it’s real life or not. The more emotions felt throughout the story, the more real it becomes.
Often times we feel that as a Christian, we are obligated to be perfect. That some how, once we utter the “sinners prayer” in whatever version our respective places of Worship gives us, we are this magically perfect being with halo and wings to match.
There is a familiar saying that goes “Many are called but few are chosen.” In fact, it’s biblical (Matthew 22:14). Whenever I think of this artist, that very quote comes to mind. I’d like to introduce to you gospel phenomenon Camille Newman. Take a moment to get to know her. Her story might just change the way you view life.
We all know that Christian women are naturally expected to dress modest. But the truth is we want to be fashionable too! Who says you can’t be fashionable and modest at the same time? Whether you’re going to church or a gospel event, here are some pointers to help you achieve a tasteful, & fashionable, yet modest look.
That’s right folks. You read correctly. Seven-time Grammy award winner Kirk Franklin has now added the title of author to his resume. In his new book “The Blueprint: A Plan for Living Above Life’s Storms” the multi-platinum selling artist shares his own personal story,
Season 3 of Sunday’s Best is in full effect. Catch all new episodes (and re-runs too) every Sunday. Check your local listings for show times.
Our favorite Gospel duo Mary Mary has a new book out which is in stores now! Entitled “Be U”, sisters Erica and Tina uplifts all by discussing the importance of self love, and becoming the extraordinary woman that God wants you to be.