As I shared in my last post, I fell victim to sexual abuse at a very young age. One result of that experience is that my body and mind became curious about sex and sexuality much sooner than it should have. At a time when I should have still been playing with dolls and exploring with my Easy Bake Oven, […]
Surrender, repent, submit, confess and believe only. That is what Tina Campbell, one half of the award-winning gospel duo Mary Mary advises. It is her recipe for wholeness after infidelity.
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NFL player Cody Latimer says his life has changed after being baptized at Edge Church in Centennial, Colorado.
When some Christians found out that Gospel artist Kim Burrell collaborated with rapper Jay Z on his new album 4:44, they came out swinging. Some were upset that she had worked with a “worldly” artist — especially considering that said artist’s mother, Gloria Carter, “came out” as a lesbian on the album.
In my previous post, I offered some reflections on the racist incidences at Fenway Park. In this follow-up post, I will attempt to explain why I believe the local church is an ideal context in which to pursue racial reconciliation.
A deacon at the historic Marble Collegiate Church President Donald Trump once attended in Manhattan has launched a large-scale search for a kidney donor after a hard-fought but successful battle with cancer left his own kidneys significantly damaged.
Dr. Tony Evans, national bestselling author and pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX, interviewed his daughter, Chrystal Evans Hurst, who is publishing her first solo book, She’s Still There: Rescuing the Girl In You.
When TV One’s “Unsung” announced that Marvin Sapp would appear on the show, many people were puzzled, including the award-winning artist himself.
The results of the latest State of the Bible survey by American Bible Society showed African-Americans are more engaged with the Bible than any other group, overwhelmingly citing positive beliefs and hope found in the Scriptures. Among African-Americans, 71 percent are considered Bible engaged1 or Bible friendly2 (compared to just 58 percent of all Americans). A small segment of […]