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…
Should Prince Songs Be Turned into Gospel Songs? Trey McLaughlin Did [VIDEO]
I’m sorry but I hate when the church does this. I don’t think its right to change secular songs into gospel songs. A gospel group leader Trey McLaughlin thought it was ok when he changed Prince’s “I Would Die For You” into a gospel song called “Jesus Die for You”. For one, its tapping into the spirit of the song: Secularization. It’s worldly as it comes and then the church thinks its ok to change it into a gospel song. We can’t change secular into gospel and use the same beats and rhythms and call it gospel.
Yolanda Adams’ Long Radio Show Ends and Gospel’s Erica Campbell Takes Over
Reach Media, the syndication arm of Radio One, has decided to end “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” after more than nine years.
On last Thursday, Yolanda Adams and her co-hosts, comedian Marcus D. Wiley and minister Anthony “A.V.” Valary, were made aware that the very successful radio program was being canceled after their broadcast.
The Grammy-winning recording artist acknowledged the end of her show in post on Instagram.
Singer Israel Houghton and Girlfriend Caught in the Public Again Without a Care in the World
While other news reporters are concerned about what Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton are wearing and why they are taking selfies; we just want to show our viewers they appear confident and comfortable now that everyone knows they are together.
They know what they are doing and Israel knows what’s he’s doing whether its hurting his family and kids or not and whether or not the world judges him.
We just hope he really knows what he’s doing.
Donna Creer Death: Suspicious Circumstances Raise Red Flags in the Arson Home Fire
UPDATE at the bottom of page.
Original post below from June 14, 2013:
Many of us know now that gospel industry veteran Donna Creer and her husband Donald Creer died in a house fire on Wednesday morning while they slept in their bed around 3 a.m.
We have been trying to piece together some of the facts that have been released in the tragic death of the beloved couple though police have evidence they are not releasing at this time.
Authorities Confirm Gospel Singer Marvin Sapp As Primary Suspect In Case Of Missing Doctor
We know that the police have stopped looking at Marvin Sapp as a suspect in the woman who allegedly stalked him named Teleka Patrick. We still believe Marvin Sapp has something to do with her disappearance and possibly her death. There is no way he can just be thrown off the case when it definitely appeared to be a cover up.
We certainly feel like he had the church and anyone else at his disposal who would make sure his involvement disappeared out of thin air. We will update you when we find more on a possible cover up.
Daryl Coley Funeral: Earnest Pugh Sings “He Shall Dwelleth” [VIDEO]
Earnest Pugh sings “He That Dwelleth” during the funeral service for gospel music legend Daryl Lynn Coley at City of Refuge Church in Gardena, CA pastored by Bishop Noel Jones on 4/2/2016.
Tonex’ Continues to Sing Gospel in Our Churches While Still Living as Gay Man
We have discussed one young man who has impacted and changed how we all see what can be bred out of the gospel music industry. Anthony Charles Williams II, known as Tonex and recently known as B Slade, is a gospel music figure that has shocked the world and the church. Tonex was brought up listening to gospel music as both his parents were ministers of their church in San Diego but his preacher father played saxophone for James Brown and Jackie Wilson and his mother sang in various ‘girl groups’.