Grammy award-winning rapper Layzie Bone, of the '90s hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, praised God on Facebook after being hailed a hero for helping to save a diabetic man's life on Saturday.
The Jehovah's witness, born Steven Howse, rushed to the aid of a Wyoming man, who was traveling from Casper to Riverton over the weekend, after witnessing the man lose control of his vehicle.
"We just witnessed a man, 24 years old, driving super erratically from Casper Wyoming to Riverton Wyoming," Layzie, 40, wrote on Facebook. "We thought he was a drunk doing 60 mph when he spun out of control and did a complete 180 degrees." more >>
JERUSALEM — Two million people once showed up at a worship service to hear her sing live, but for popular Brazilian worship leader Ana Paula Valadao and the global coalition of worship leaders at the Empowered21 Global Congress in Jerusalem this week, nothing behind their magnetic music will be about them. It's always about Jesus, they say, always.
They are perhaps some of the most popular worship leaders you have never heard of, primarily because for a number of them their following comes from Christian believers outside of the United States.
At a practice session for the worship leaders a day before their first public outing together on Wednesday night at the Spirit-empowered event billed "From The Ends Of The Earth" inside the Jerusalem Pais arena, the unassuming Valadao says she's hoping God ruins their plan. more >>
Andrea McClurkin Mellini, gospel singer and sister to pastor Donnie McClurkin, is sharing how a miraculous encounter saved the lives of her and her husband, pastor Louis Mellini.
The Mellinis were driving in their car after midnight recently, when they noticed a car flying at them at a speed of what they estimated to be over 100 mph.
Andrea and Louis took to her Facebook page to recount the ordeal that took place when the couple was leaving church and an expressway was closed which led them to travel on a service road. more >>
Gospel music has proven to be a staple among the BET network audience with shows like "Bobby Jones Gospel," "Celebration of Gospel" and "Sunday Best," so it's only fitting that big names like Michelle Williams, Erica Campbell, Deitrick Haddon, Fred Hammond, Mali Music and Lecrae are nominated for Best Gospel Artist at this year's BET Awards.
The BET award nominations were released Monday and the winners will be announced during the June 28 program.
Williams, the 34-year-old former Destiny's Child singer, released her fourth solo album Journey to Freedom last year and earned herself a Best Gospel Artist award nomination in the process. more >>
Sun Ho, the co-founder of Singapore's City Harvest Church and wife of lead pastor Kong Hee, took the stand for the first time on Tuesday in the long-standing case against Kong and five other CHC leaders accused of misusing millions of church funds for Ho's career. The singer claimed that the Crossover project was meant to serve the mission of the church, and not her own career.
The Straits Times reported on Tuesday that Ho, who has not been charged herself, said that the Crossover project was "always about the church."
The six CHC members are being accused of funneling money into Ho's career through sham bond investing in the management company called Xtron, which the prosecution says was operated by CHC's leadership. The six accused face up to 20 years in prison if convicted of having misused the $19.2 million in church funds in question. more >>
Many dance groups try and audition for a chance to win the top spot on the hit reality TV show "Britain's Got Talent," but things usually don't work out for the best. Most of the time it's because they're too similar and don't bring anything new to the stage. Entity Allstars get up there and do something that no one was expecting, and It worked perfectly!
These little stars are proof that not only does big talent come in small packages, but that there are more of those packages than you may think. Instead of using their talent individually, they combine together to create a group of talented dancers that receive a standing ovation at the end of their performance. Entity Allstars consist of kids from ages 10-15. They have amazing dance moves and will impress you in more ways than you can imagine.
The judges decide to send these talented young stars into the semi-finals by just seeing that amazing performance they put on for the world to see. WOW, be sure to share this one with friends and family! more >>