Popular hip-hop artist and Reach Records founder Lecrae wrote an open letter to Huffington Post about where he currently is in this season of his life, and confessed that he has been battling depression and is a mess because of the loss of black lives.
Since the killings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling by police officers, Lecrae has openly become an advocate for racial reconciliation and has used his voice and gifts to spread awareness.
The popular emcee pioneered his way into the mainstream music industry by sharing the message of Jesus Christ, and charged other believers to speak out against injustice. more >>
Pastor Rick Warren, Senior Pastor of Saddleback Church, will launch a new campus of his megachurch in San Diego Sunday. The church's 17th campus will be led by Pastor Jeff Gonzalez, a former Marine who previously served as a volunteer at Saddleback San Clemente.
"Saddleback San Diego is one we've been wanting to do for a long time," Pastor Warren said in a statement, announcing the opening of the first campus in San Diego, at Canyon Crest Academy.
The new campus will have its first services at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday, and Pastor Warren "will be at both services to help celebrate our newest location," the church said. more >>
Apple fans are eagerly anticipating the latest version of the MacBook Pro. Many are in agreement that the MacBook Pro needs a high order revamp and that a 2016 version is much needed. Because of this, there have been rumors about the MacBook Pro 2016 its specs, features and release date over the past couple of months.
Fortunately, there have been news from the Cupertino-based company itself that may indicate the MacBook Pro 2016 will be introduced very soon. Apple has officially sent invitations to its October 27 event. Although many people already know that the event will most likely occur, this time it's truly official.
New MacBook Pro on Event more >>
With less than a week to go before the start of the 2016-17 NBA regular season, trade rumors continue to spread. Even players that play a pivotal role in their respective teams aren't exempt from these speculations. Here are some of the latest.
1. LaMarcus Aldridge to Hawks
NEW YORK – When the people of Israel journeyed out of slavery from Egypt through the wilderness toward the land God had promised them as recorded in the Bible, it was a time of sorrow and a time of joy.
It was a time of sorrow because at times on that journey there was a lot of pain and testing of their faith. It was also joyful because God provided for them even as they walked through trials in their new freedom.
And on Thursday, under the open sky on the second floor of the Edmund J. Safra Synagogue on Manhattan's East Side in New York, The New York Board of Rabbis gathered under a well-decorated hut-like structure called a Sukkah, to reflect and pay homage to God for his provisions in Sukkot or the Feast of Tabernacles as Christians know it. more >>
The next president will affect the Supreme Court, and in turn the nation, bigly.
With the current vacancy on the bench left by Justice Antonin Scalia, who died February 13, and the fact that several sitting justices are in their late seventies or eighties, many believe that whoever is elected president will likely nominate several justices that will indelibly shape the future of America for generations.
When Scalia was still alive there were four justices who were conservative, four who were liberal, and Anthony Kennedy who is often regarded as the swing vote. Thus far, Senate Republicans have stymied President Obama's current nominee to replace Scalia, Merrick Garland, who sits on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. more >>