Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs has proven to be a force in the world of hip-hop and R&B, but what many of his fans don't know is that he has a record full of gospel songs that the world has yet to hear.
Combs and his producer Stevie J created the Bad Boy record label's first gospel album titled Thank You in 1997. Now that Bad Boy is embarking on a 20 year anniversary tour, Ebony magazine has unearthed the details of the unreleased record.
According to Ebony, the record would have featured B.I.G., Faith Evans, Tanya Blount, Brandy, Carl Thomas, John P. Kee, Brian McKnight, Boys II Men and Total. more >>
Whether or not the Golden State Warriors advance to the NBA Finals, the sister of the team's star point guard Steph Curry believes God will get the glory.
"Good game, bad game you always give God the glory for the ability to play," Sydel Curry, tweeted to her 29,600 Twitter followers on Tuesday.
The Warriors are down 3-1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals that 21-year-old Sydel was tweeting from. more >>
Tamera Mowry-Housely is a praying woman and is sharing one of those prayers with the world.
The actress and co-host of "The Real" all-female talk show took to Instagram Wednesday to share a picture of what she captioned "My prayer for today…"
"May we passionately share Jesus and no matter what the cost, may we say, I am ready," the entertainer quoted a woman named Krista Williams as saying. more >>
Christians obey God out of love, not fear, Pastor Rick Warren says.
Warren, who heads the popular Saddleback Church in Orange County, California, explains in his daily devotional published Thursday that while many non-Christians might wrongfully assume that believers obey God out of fear, Christians are actually happy to obey God because of His love for them.
"Why do we obey God? Nonbelievers get this wrong all the time. They say, 'I don't want to be a Christian because I don't want to obey God. You believers obey Him out of guilt or fear or obligation, and I don't want that for my life," Warren writes. more >>
Regional bodies of the United Methodist Church do not believe they are violating denominational rules on ordination by no longer questioning clergy candidates on matters of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
As part of the divisive debate over homosexuality within the UMC, some regional bodies, or Annual Conferences, have had their Boards of Ordained Ministry waive the consideration of a clergy candidate's sexual orientation.
Several news outlets and social media accounts were reporting tornado activity at the Bryan/College Station area in Brazos County, Texas Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2016.
A twister reportedly touched ground after noon-time CT and according to News Channel 25 crew, the tornado damaged several properties including buildings, homes and vehicles.
So far there have been no reports of injuries or deaths by the local College Station police but the region is on watch for flash floods until 3:30 p.m.. No other tornadoes have been reported as of publish time. more >>