Seventeen-year-old Charli Beard selects her grandfather's favorite song, "Change Is Gonna Come," to perform in font of U.K.'s "X Factor" judges and sweeps everyone off their feet.
Winning the crowd over can be tough, especially if you don't bring something new to the table. Charli's golden voice and song selection worked out for her in this leg of the competition. Even the judges cheered her performance. SHARE this video if you want to help bring positive change to someone's life!
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Ciara Harris, the singer who's dating Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, says she's not worried about where their relationship is headed since God is in control.
"I feel very confident in the love that we have for each other, and only God knows where it's going to go," the 29-year-old singer told Page Six on Monday. "God knows everything that's to come in the future, and I think it's best to let Him keep taking control of things. Life is sweet, and I'm very thankful for all the great things happening in my life. I'm very happy."
Earlier this year, the pair went public with their relationship and 26-year-old Wilson has gotten close with the singer's 1-year-old son, Future. According to Ciara, this is a testament to her living a good life. more >>
Years after he spoke out about the criticism he received from some people in the church community, J. Drew Sheard II — the musician and son of gospel music legend Karen Clark Sheard — is playing the drums in gospel star Erica Campbell's church.
Campbell, the solo gospel music artist who got her start in the duo Mary Mary, is now the first lady of the California Worship Center headed by her music producer-husband Warryn Campbell.
Erica recently took to Twitter to reveal that they had a guest drummer at their place of worship, none other than Sheard, 26. more >>
St. Louis-based rapper and Christian activist Thi'sl addresses racial tensions in his latest album, Heavy is the Head, in which he criticizes Christians for turning their backs on the Great Commission by failing to share the Gospel with those who live in their own backyards — inner city youth.
Ignoring the plight of those living in the nation's inner cities only makes them more susceptible to being influenced by groups such as the Nation of Islam and New Black Panthers who claim that Christianity is the "white man's religion," Thi'sl said during an interview with The Christian Post.
"Everything in this world is either furthering the Gospel or trying to stop it," he continued, expressing his frustration over the Church's reaction to racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York, in the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. more >>
NEW YORK — A Gospel rapper, who said Jesus "saved me from everything ... all types of evil" while he was an inmate at notorious Rikers Island prison, is on a mission to spread the Good News on the subways of New York City, because he believes that is what Jesus wants him to do.
Elsworth Hewitt, 37, adopted the name Brimstone when he decided to become a Gospel rapper while at Rikers Island where, up until a few years ago, he was housed in a facility with more than 300 other adult male offenders.
It was there he started rapping for Jesus, although he had long been a hip-hop fan. more >>
Justin Bieber has officially broken the Guinness World Records for the youngest male artist to debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 on Thursday.
On the morning of Sept. 10, Justin Bieber sang at the "Today" show in New York City wherein the hosts handed him a Guinness World Records plaque. The young singer has officially become the youngest male artist to debut at the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 with his song "What Do You Mean?," according to Billboard.
Representatives of the Guinness World Records were present at the Today show to award the silver plaque. After the hosts gave the award, Bieber, who did not expect it, sang "Where Are U Now" and "Boyfriend" for his loyal fans, UPI reports. more >>