Christmas Time is here and Motown Gospel is celebrating  with its newest seasonal installment—A Motown Gospel Christmas!  You’re going to want this 9 song collection with ALL NEW recordings of holiday classics performed by Motown Gospel artists, including Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Brian Courtney Wilson, Gene Moore and new Motown Gospel artists Jerard & Jovaun! Lexi’s soulful remake of the Jackson 5 classic, […]

    He shall build a house for My name, and I will establish the throne of his kingdom forever. I will be his Father, and he shall be my son. —2 Samuel 7:13–14 Not having a father in one’s life can be difficult for a child. I experienced this void when I was young. […]

Call  – If you know a veteran or family of a fallen soldier, call them and say thank you. Let them know you appreciate what they have done for you as an individual and for our country. Fly a flag half-staff until noon. Memorial Day is a national day of mourning. Great way to show the […]

This weekend is Memorial Day Weekend! What are your plans? Known informally as the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is the national holiday set aside to honor those who died fighting for our country, but did you know that the Memorial Day celebration in the United States was started by Black people, specifically emancipated […]

  It should be obvious that sharing what God gives us is very important. During childhood, parents work extremely hard in attempting to instill the importance of sharing with their children. They may say, “Share, play, and let your brother or sister have a turn.” And in turn, a child will often come back with […]

Gospel and Inspirational Music Icon Lady Tramaine Hawkins will be making a rare appearance in Philadelphia on December 12th as honoree at The Kimmel Center’s Annual “A Soulful Christmas” Concert! She was gracious enough to call in for an interview during which we spoke about the concert and the other activities she’s been involved in lately. Listen! Jerry […]

This weekend is Memorial Day Weekend! What are your plans? Known informally as the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is the national holiday set aside to honor those who died fighting for our country, but did you know that the Memorial Day celebration in the United States was started by Black people, specifically emancipated […]

This is Holy Week, starting with Palm Sunday last Sunday through Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, which some call Easter Sunday, this Sunday. On Friday, April 7th, the Drama Ministry of Mt. Airy Church of God in Christ presented “Where Jesus Walked,” a play written by John Alexander, which was a perfect precursor to […]

It sounds like the beginning of a joke,”So this beaver walks into a store and…” Maybe he was getting an early start on his Christmas shopping and trying to save a few bucks or maybe he was looking for wood for a new dam, but a thrifty beaver (yes, the rodent!) was seen perusing the […]

The untimely death of 25-year-old former NFL player Adrian Robinson was announced on Sunday May 17th and at the time, his cause of death was unknown. It is now being reported that Robinson’s death has been ruled a suicide by hanging. MUST READ: Chris Lighty Suicide: Black Men Kill Themselves Too Robinson had just signed with the […]

Nicki Minaj and Beyonce sent the Internet into a frenzy yesterday, when they dropped the visuals for their “Pinkprint” single “Feeling Myself” on TIDAL. It didn’t take long before the adorable video began trending and for social media to respond with hilarious memes. Good move Jay. Good move. RELATED STORIES: Nicki Minaj & Beyonce Just […]

Her name is Kadra Mohamed and she’s the definition of dope. As Minnesota’s first Somali, hijab-wearing (traditional head scarf worn by Muslim women) police woman, she’s bringing the conversation of Muslim women as law enforcement to the forefront. Oh and if her making history is not impressive enough, Kadra is also 23-years-old! What? MUST READ: […]