Kirk Franklin is making it clear that there is a distinct difference between ministry and business.
Franklin, the 45-year-old gospel music choir director turned songwriter, is usually vocal about his stance on Christian values. He took to Twitter recently to speak about the difference between ministry and business.
"If you help someone who's in need and expect something in return, thats not called being like Jesus...that's called business," Franklin tweeted. "There's nothing wrong with business, just don't pimp it as ministry." more >>
Taylor Swift has been recently seen in the company of Calvin Harris, and the two got cozy last week at Kenny Chesney's concert on March 26. Now, there are reports that the EDM DJ wants to take Swift's career to the next level by featuring her in one of his new songs.
According to a source from Hollywood Life, the "Shake it Off" singer loves the idea of collaborating with the DJ and very flattered at how persistent he is when it comes to recording with her.
"Calvin is going after Taylor pretty hard, he's been sending her songs and brought her out to Vegas, he wants to work with her and she's said yes," the insider said. "She never saw herself as an EDM kind of girl but she's really changing as an artist, she doesn't want to get put back in one little box so she's trying everything. She just wants to create great music, whatever form that takes." more >>
This footage of these adorable twins dancing is priceless. About half a minute long, and these two babies are non-stop smiling along with cute dance moves.
These two twins could be the youngest fans of EastEnders, which is a BBC soap opera that first aired in 1985, and is still one of the biggest shows on TV. This YouTube user shared a video of her two daughters enjoying an in-home performance of the EastEnders theme song. They giggle hysterically while listening to their mom perform what is likely to be their favorite song.
No matter how down you may be, these precious little angels will put a guaranteed SMILE on your face! more >>
Singer-songwriter, Kelley Mooney, was asked to perform Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" in church and she agreed. A spiritual lyrical adaption of this hymn, that is perfect for the holidays.
Kelley was invited by Monette to be a special guest performer at Chorale Voce dell' Anima annual concert. She performed three songs, one of which was "Hallelujah." She changed the lyrics to tell the story of Easter. The feedback of her performance will blow you away! Get ready to have your heart touched by her unique performance!
Check out this live video by Kelley Mooney below: more >>
These teens took some time out of their busy lives and decided to have a little fun. While doing so, they reflect on Jesus in an exciting way!
While hearing these teens get up and each take turns praising the Lord. All those who are in the parking lot see how happy and committed to the Lord they truly are -- of course adding a little comedy in there as well. It will put the biggest SMILE on your face, and make you stand up and clap.
God bless them all for openly sharing their faith! Check out this video below: more >>
Michelle Williams surprised numerous fans when she brought former Destiny's Child members to perform at the Stellar Awards, but fellow singer Kierra Sheard also found the moment to be a source of inspiration.
Kierra, 27, is known for her powerhouse voice in the gospel music industry. As the daughter of Grammy Award-winning singer Karen Clark Sheard of the gospel music group The Clark Sisters, and Bishop J. Drew Sheard, she has an ear for spiritual music.
After Kierra witnessed Williams bringing singers Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles to perform at the 30th Annual Stellar Awards, she took to Twitter to speak about why she was inspired by it. more >>