Christian worship singer Kari Jobe will be getting married on Friday, according to her publicist and several Twitter comments posted by the singer earlier this week.
"I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today I'm getting married today!!!!!!!," Jobe wrote on Twitter.
That tweet followed a similar one explaining the life-changing experience. more >>
Mary J. Blige recently opened up about her own coping mechanisms for personal struggle while discussing her latest album "The London Sessions," acknowledging her complete reliance on faith.
The 43-year-old multi-Grammy Award-winner has endured her fair share of strife over the years, including struggles with addition and depression that began when she was just a teenager. However, Blige said she has never sought help in the form of therapy while dealing with her troubles. Answering questions about the lead track on "The London Series" which is entitled "Therapy," Blige revealed her healing through prayer.
"I've never sat down with a doctor like that, no," she told Billboard magazine. "But I meditate and pray and try to really take responsibility. That's therapy too, when you take responsibility for all the foolishness you're doing and all the things you did wrong." more >>
Pop icon Justin Bieber has moved on to the next part of his spiritual quest to "learn how to spread the Word of God" by spending time with a rabbi in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The 20-year-old performer spent three hours with an unknown rabbi in the Jewish Community Center. He reportedly learned about the Jewish tradition from his manager Scooter Braun. At the time, Braun told Yedioth Ahronoth news that Bieber recited a Christian prayer and the Jewish prayer before each one of his concerts.
Bieber is on a mission to spread the Word of God and has been working with Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz in order to fulfill that mission. The two have spent time together, and Bieber has reportedly cut out all harmful influences in his life, including toxic friends, alcohol and drugs. Just two weeks ago he posted a photo to Instagram with the caption, "The old is gone, the new is here #workinprogress." more >>
30 famous pop stars joined together to remind us all that Christmas season is a lot more than just receiving gifts. Coming together and joining as one to spread love means a lot more to people in the long run.
Watch how these famous pop stars come together for a great cause. They sing "Do They Know It's Christmas" to help end Ebola. A very sensitive and serious topic as of late, that has swept the nation in fear. During the video, they show live footage of people who have been infected with the disease to remind us that not everyone has a joyful Christmas. There are many people out there who are sick and can't afford gifts.
Grad a box of tissues for this inspirational video that is perfect to SHARE for the holidays! more >>
Kari Jobe's voice is just incredibly beautiful. You will hear it more than ever in this live version of "I Am Not Alone." It's a song that is meant to bring hope to anyone, regardless of the situation.
This song is guidance for anyone in search of it. Now is the perfect time to THANK the Lord for always being by your side when you need Him. With the Lord by your side, you will never feel alone. He will do everything in His power to guide you toward the light.
SHARE if you want to THANK the Lord for never leaving you! more >>
Alexandra Shipp has defended her decision to star in "Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B," by insisting God gave her the role of late singer Aaliyah Haughton.
Shipp, 23, starred as Aaliyah in the two-hour premiere on Lifetime Networks last Saturday. However, the television movie executive produced by Howard Braunstein, Debra Martin Chase and Wendy Williams, received its fair share of social media criticism.
Shipp took to her Instagram to defend herself against some of those who criticized her portrayal of the late singer. more >>