Bishop Drew Sheard and wife Karen Clark Sheard celebrated 33 years of marriage on June 16th.
THE N-WORD’S RADIOACTIVENESS Heads up: In this recent episode there are multiple mentions of the N-word.
As the song goes, “Love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage.” The same could be said about marriage and prayer. Even the happiest of couples will experience significant struggle, but those who turn to God will find what they need to weather such storms.
Sanya Richards-Ross won Olympic Gold medals in 2004, 2008, and 2012 and was considered the best 400-meter female runner for over a decade. Her latest book, Chasing Grace: What the Quarter Mile Has Taught Me about God and Life (Zondervan), explores her spiritual journey through both victories and failures—losing and winning races, facing disappointments in relationships on […]
As America celebrated Father’s Day 2017, Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson issued a reminder that the nation is currently suffering from the dire effects of “fatherlessness” and asserted that Satan would love nothing more than to keep dads from connecting with their children.
Texas megachurch Pastor Joel Osteen has a prayer for America.
How can white Christians stand in solidarity with minority brothers and sisters on racial injustice?
On June 8th and 13th, T.D. Jakes Ministry posted two videos in which Bishop Jakes reiterated that God hates divorce and warned parents against permanently damaging their children by using them as leverage against their spouse in divorce battles. See below:
Tiffany Johnson, a North Carolina mother of three, is speaking out after she lost part of her arm in a terrifying encounter with a shark. She tells NBC’s Kerry Sanders that she thought, “I’m not going to die here.” She adds that, despite the loss of a limb, “I’m alive, so I’m grateful for that.” […]
Stellar award-winning artist, Travis Greene, who has been on a worldwide tour, engaging the culture and touching lives one by one, recently told Parle’ Magazine that his latest single, “You Waited”, is about bragging on the patience of God.