Now, I realize that this subject may be too deep for some folks, but what other way to exposed things other than the truth than to talk about it? Are you aware if your bloodline is cursed? Don’t quite understand what I’m saying? Okay, let me explain-is it a coincidence that you suffer or struggle with something similar from your father or mother side of the family? For example: your father struggles from alcoholism and so did your grandfather, and now you do. Or maybe your mother has verbally abuse you since you were a child because she has been verbally abused from her mother, which is your grandmother. Now, do you get my drift?
Another Church Divorce: Gospel Singer Israel Houghton and Wife
Feb. 23, 2016
Prophet Brian Carn Allegedly Stole Predictions Verbatim from Psychic Cheryl Lynn
Feb. 25, 2016:
Thanks to Facebook for letting us know about yet another false prophet! WE will be honest with you: We have never heard of an alleged prophet from the CHURCH of JESUS CHRIST choose to STEAL predictions and insight from A PSYCHIC. The psychic we are speaking of is Cheryl Lynn and the prophet is Brian Carn.
We really don’t have to say “allegedly” because it appears to be very true that BRIAN CARN PLAGIARIZED THIS PSYCHIC CHERYL LYNN, Verbatim!!!
Gospel’s Tye Tribbett Celebrates 19 Years of Marriage and Struggles After Affairs
After dual affairs nearly ended the high-profile Christian couple’s union, Tye Tribbett and his wife Shante’ Tribbett, whom he affectionately calls “My Taylah,” are triumphantly celebrating 19 years of marriage.
In a new Instagram post, amid the celebration, the GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel singer gets honest about the struggles of making a marriage work.
“Love is not just the butterflies in the belly, or skipping through the fields hand in hand, or blushing on the other line saying ‘no you hang up first’ nor is it the story book fantasy of ecstasy or a frenzy of poetic inspiration,” wrote the BET’s Joyful Noise host, 40.
Bishop Joel Peebles’ City of Praise New Year’s Eve Celebration
We are super proud of Bishop Joel Peebles and how he and his wife have regained their family church back. We are not sure how the board of directors tried and succeeded on taking his mother’s church, but God prevails and they will and probably have already reaped from their misdeeds.
It looks like the bishop has lost alot of weight and they appear super excited about doing the work of the Lord after a long ordeal in getting their church back.
Charleston Church Shooting 911 Call Released [LISTEN]
The 911 call made by a survivor of the Charleston church massacre was played in court Wednesday and released to the public.
The prosecution ended their case in confessed killer Dylann Roof’s federal death penalty trial with the disturbing recording of Polly Sheppard’s 911 call.
Prosecutors said Roof left Sheppard, now 70, alive intentionally.
We’re Going to Miss Mighty Clouds of Joy Lead Singer Willie Joe Ligon
This man had an impact on me. Willie Joe Ligon sung a song once with the Mighty Clouds of Joy that stated the doctor said he had throat issues and would never sing again because he sung so hard. But it was always God he stated that kept him and at that time it had been 20 more years after that diagnosis. We love Willie Joe Ligon, a man of God, and his will to continue to stay on the wall for Jesus even during his own discomfort and medical issues. May God have him rest in peace, good and faithful soldier.
“Greenleaf” New Spring Season Introducing Rick Fox to the Show
Rick Fox (Dope) has signed on for a recurring role on the second season of Greenleaf, OWN’s drama series, exec produced by Oprah Winfrey.
Set against the backdrop of a sprawling Memphis megachurch, the journey of estranged daughter and disillusioned preacher Grace Greenleaf (Merle Dandridge), who has returned home after 20 years on the occasion of the mysterious death of her sister, Faith. As she re-enters the world of Calvary Fellowship World Ministries, the Memphis megachurch run by her powerful parents Bishop James Greenleaf (Keith David) and Lady Mae Greenleaf (Lynn Whitfield), it becomes evident that things are not as virtuous as they seem and that the family’s outward display of faith hides sin and misdeeds.