The world knows Beyonce Knowles as a megastar, but her mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, calls the entertainer and her sister, Solange, her rock, and nothing short of gifts from God.
"My children are my rock, and they are," she told local Houston station ABC 13. "It's just been the best gift God could have given me."
Before Knowles-Lawson married her actor husband Richard Lawson last year, she was dealing with the public infidelities of Beyonce's father, Matthew Knowles, who she had been married to for 30 years. The process of healing was not an easy one, but her daughters helped her through it. more >>
Donnie McClurkin is touring the country to celebrate a decade in radio programming.
The 56-year-old pastor of Perfecting Faith Church in Freeport, New York, has hosted a successful morning radio show for 10 years and is celebrating by embarking on "An Evening With Donnie McClurkin-10 Year Radio Anniversary" tour.
"I'm thankful that this show can reach multitudes across the country and around the world, providing great music and information that inspires listeners to this degree," McClurkin said in a statement shared with The Christian Post as he began his tour on May 6. "We're reaching millions and looking to reach millions more." more >>
It should be easy to say that music festivals are like the Mecca among those who belong to the young generation. It's too hard to miss the fun, the music, the activities, the friendship to be had, and everything in between. But for the parents, it could be a different kind of story for them.
Frenchi TV, a popular YouTuber takes on the part of a parent as he tries to remind everyone some of the necessary things to do when outside of home.
Apparently, Katy Perry is devil may care about the photos suggesting that her current beau, Orlando Bloom, is cheating on her with Selena Gomez.
According to US Weekly, in an attempt to squash the malicious rumors, Perry tweeted a link to Time Magazine's feature article on Bloom's charity works in Ukraine and captioned it with: "Instead of giving energy and eyeballs to dumb conspiracy, check out how cool this is."
Gomez re-tweeted Perry's take on the issue and added a raised-hands emoji, as if commending Perry for how she handles the issue. more >>
On Sunday, Ukraine's Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest, causing a stir among Russians as they said her winning number was an anti-Russian anthem.
According to CNN, Jamala, whose full name is Susana Jamaladynova, sang "1944," a song that reminded people of her great-grandmother's story on how Moscow deported members of the Crimean ethnic group during the second World War.
Jamala is of Crimean descent and during World War II, the Crimean Tatars were deported by the Soviet Union, under the reign of Josef Stalin. While Stalin was the one who ordered the Crimeans to be sent off, European outlets believe that Jamala was also attacking current President Vladimir Putin for the Russian military's push into Ukraine back in 2014. more >>
With the release of Jason Fowler's new album I Fall In, the former rocker-turned-worshipper explains his journey to sobriety and the impact his relationship with God has made on his life.
Fowler's life can be heard in his music. Living a rock-n-roll lifestyle for years eventually caused him to hit rock bottom. After being kicked out of a drug dealer's house in downtown Atlanta and being homeless, he cried out to God and eventually was able to put the broken pieces of his life back together.
The following is an edited transcript of Fowler's interview with The Christian Post in which he discusses his rock star lifestyle of hopelessness and the transformation he received after attending a Christian-based addiction recovery program. more >>