Monthly Archives February 2016

Christian film “Only God Can” a movie of sisterhood and friendship hits theatres in March

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Only God Can, a Christian film produced by Inspire You Entertainment of Charleston, S.C., will debut in theaters nationwide, starting in March.  “Only God Can” is the story of 5 longtime friends struggling through life’s challenges, discovering through faith that Only God Can empower them to become the person they truly desire to be.


Rev. Al Sharpton preaching at two L.A. Churches then headed to protest the Oscars

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The Rev. Al Sharpton will be preaching at the Second Baptist Church and the First AME Church on Sunday morning, then afterwards, the activist will be heading to the Dolby Theater right before the Academy Award broadcast begins to host a demonstration regarding the absence of African-Americans in the last two years Oscar’s.


Devon Franklin & Meagan Good talk with Bishop T.D. Jakes about The Wait

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Producer and pastor, and author of The Wait, Devon Franklin along with his movie star wife, Meagan Good will be at the Potter’s House Dallas Sunday morning.  The couple will be on hand to sign copies of their 1st book together.  The couple also spent time this past week with Bishop T.D. Jakes at Project Gideon.


Erica Campbell talks what #BlackGirlMagic means to her

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Stellar Award winning singer, Erica Campbell, who, along with her mother have  partnered with companies such as P&G’s My Black is Beautiful to celebrate African-American beauty during Black History month, is now sharing what #BlackGirlsMagic means to her.  The “I Luh God” singer was on hand at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood celebration where her daughter Krista performed, where she shared.


Tasha Cobbs opens up about suffering depression

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Gospel singer, Tasha Cobbs opens up about suffering from depression.  The Stellar Award winning singer revealed the information in an essay she penned on .

Growing up, I had always had these deeply sad feelings. I assumed it was just me and there was something wrong with me. The moment I realized there was something deeper going on was in 2007 when I was the worship pastor at my church. I had been leading our worship ministry for about four or five years and throughout those years I would go to church, hug everybody, smile in everybody’s face, kiss babies, etc.


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