Charleston Shooter Dylan Roof Goes on Trial in November
A federal judge said Tuesday jurors will be picked this fall in the trial of a white man accused of killing nine members of a historic black Charleston, South Carolina, church.
Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel on Tuesday set Nov. 7 as the day to begin selecting jurors for the federal trial of Dylann Roof. His trial could start about two weeks later.
Roof faces numerous federal counts, including hate crimes, in the June 17 shootings at Emanuel AME Church. He attended Tuesday’s hearing.
Founder of TBN, Jan Crouch Dies at Age 78 of Stroke
Televangelist Jan Crouch, who co-founded the Trinity Broadcasting Network with her husband more than four decades ago, died Tuesday just days after she suffered a stroke, her family said on the network’s website.
Crouch, instantly recognizable for her mountain of blonde hair, warm smile and long eyelashes, was 78.
Her family made the announcement Tuesday on the California-based Trinity Broadcasting Network’s website.
Pastor Jamal Bryant Gets Checked by Street Gang Member in Video
First of all, we have to give it up BIG TIME for Mz Justice, Pimp Preacher and Church Folk Revolution for they diligent work in the Lord. They are exposing these devils one by one and we appreciate you so much! We usually reserve this for our beloved Golden State Warriors but ya’ll but: Dem Boys and Girls BAD!! You make is proud and please stay on the wall for us!
AT2W Fans: Life Happens but We’re BACK!!
Hello fans! We want to say we know you all have been wondering about us and probably missing us, right? Well, we have to apologize to you and say “Life Happens”!! Yes, as all of us adults know, sometimes you just have to put some things aside and concentrate on other important things going on in our lives. As much as we hated to pause on the blogging the past 2 weeks, LIFE permitted us to do so in order to take care of our own personal lives.
Family Members of Charleston AME Church Killings Upset that Church Isn’t Giving More of the Donations But Keeping the Rest
Relatives of those killed in the Charleston church massacre have hit out at religious officials after it was revealed they will keep more than half of the money donated in the wake of the shootings.
Of the nearly $3.3million received after the massacre in June 2015, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church gave $1.5 million to survivors and the victims’ families – but will keep $1.8 million.
Gospel Singer CeCe Winans Funding ‘Cast Out Demons’ Mental Health Organization
Mercy Ministries, a Christian based mental health treatment facility was founded in 2009 by Nancy Alcorn and funded by wealthy evangelical donors around the country including gospel singer CeCe Winans, Joyce Meyers, and Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher. There are countless stories of patients seeking mental health treatment at Mercy Ministries. It is said that the patients were forbidden from taking prescribed medications like Xanax and Adderall, and instead were prayed over, told to surrender to God, asked to read and respond to Christian texts and the founder’s own writings, as well as being yelled at to try and exorcise demons from their bodies…
What can I say about my narcissistic sister, Nicole. Well, she’s definitely just like my narcissistic mother. Growing up with a sibling who too is consider narcissistic was difficult. The mind games, jealous rage, and her blackmail tactics has destroyed and ended my trust of her. Was this surprising to me? Certainly not….
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Bishop Eddie Long Pens Biography in New Book: “The Untold Story”
On Facebook, Bishop Eddie Long has announced a new book he is releasing.
I’m so excited to announce the pre release event of my new book; The Untold Story – The Story of Adversity, Pain, and Resilience!
Next Sunday, May 15th 2016, we will be selling limited copies exclusively at New Birth in Lithonia!
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More Details Coming Soon!