Celebrity Chef Paula Deen was on the “Today” show this morning to address her admission of using the “N” word in the past in her own deposition in a lawsuit. Her admission has cause a lot of controversy. The Food Network has dropped her and Smithfield Food has dropped her as well as a celebrity […]

Stellar Award-winning gospel star, songwriter, producer and actor Isaac Carree is getting ready for the release of his new sophomore solo album RESET on Tuesday, June 25! The first release from Carree’s new CD is “Clean This House”, in which many of you said sounded like a R. Kelley song. Well your voices have been […]

There is a big debate among Christians on whether or not Christians should use online dating services. There are some who believe that looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God’s provision of a spouse. And there are others who believe that online dating is merely a tool God can use to […]

I love this song! Donald Lawrence has done it again! Your gift looks good on you and my gift looks good on me because God has graced each of us! What a reminder that when we give our gift back to God, it’s a compliment to God! Anytime I’m given an opportunity to make God […]

Erica, half of the duo Mary Mary, put her own sound down and did her first solo thing in New York at Village Underground! It has a traditional flavor and the audience enjoyed it! Take a look and listen below. Source: www.1800gospel.com Video Source: YouTube Photo Credit: Praise-Indy

Pastor and singer Marvin Sapp shot his own reality show last year about his life raising three teenagers, while holding together a church and a charter school. Pastor Sapp has been pitching it to networks but feels the reason it hasn’t picked up is due to the lack of drama. He was advised that a […]

The “morning-after” pill will be made available to girls of all ages without a prescription, thanks to an by a federal judge in New York to the Food and Drug Administration.The controversial pill known as “Plan B,” typically works up to 72 hours after intercourse. But can somebody tell me what happened to “Plan A”, […]

According to CNN, as many as 26 people were killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. Unfortunately, this is just one of many instances of gun violence in america that could have been avoided, but how? Could we have avoided the movie theater shooting in Colorado? How bout the Oregon mall shooting, which […]

After the government stopped providing financial assistance to churches during the 19th century, churches were forced to support themselves. Through developing the concept of tithes and offerings, church members are expected to donate a percentage of their income to cover  church expenses. Collected revenue from church members helps support the pastor, maintain the upkeep of […]

The first presidential debate held last night focused on the economy, taxes and healthcare. Mitt Romney criticized President Barack Obama by saying the economy has been recovering slowly and has a high unemployment rate, calling into question his record and policies. Obama said with the economy that he inherited four years ago, his policies are […]

Are New York City high schools too quick to resort to Plan B? According to the New York Times, thirteen New York City public schools currently offer Plan-B, better known as the morning-after pill, to students ages fourteen through eighteen. These New York City high schools claim their new program: CATCH (Connecting Adolescents to Comprehensive Healthcare) which […]