Rory Feek, one half of the country music duo Joey+Rory, gives fans an inside look into his late wife's Joey's experience with motherhood and battle against cancer in the upcoming documentary film, "To Joey With Love." The caring husband maintains that although Joey lost her battle with cancer she will continue spreading her light with all those who see her inspiring journey.
The couple captured the hearts of millions who read Rory's blog "This Life I Live," where he shared his family's strength and resilience during Joey's chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cervical cancer.
During their musical career, Joey+Rory recorded eight studio albums and charted three singles on Hot Country Songs. more >>
Fans of Tyrese Gibson are used to reading his spiritual insights on social media from time-to-time. And two days ago the singer and action movie star rebuked spirits before millions of his followers.
In a lengthy Instagram post about turning to God during lonely times, the 37-year-old "Fast & Furious" star tackled the spirit of suicide.
"Because you're alone doesn't mean you're 'lonely.' Don't be like most and allow your horny or lonely or the spirit of 'familiarity' make you run back into something or to someone, or remain IN business with someone that you should of never been in with in the first place," he wrote. ... "I rebuke the spirit or quitting, surrendering, suicide or dropping OUT of school." more >>
Before Adrienne Bailon started dating her fiancee Israel Houghton, she wanted to set him up on dates with her friends.
"When he got officially divorced and started dating again, I immediately started to set him up with my friends," Bailon told People magazine. "He didn't think they'd want to go out with him but I told him, 'Don't be silly. You have a great smile, you're successful, you're kind, super witty, funny and smart. Of course they'll go out with you.'"
After one of Bailon's friends went on a date with Houghton, the co-host of "The Real," who is now engaged to the frontman of Israel & New Breed, was offended that her friend didn't see his potential. more >>
Trey Pearson, the lead singer of alternative rock band Everyday Sunday and a formerly married father who came out to the world as gay in May, was axed from the lineup of a major Christian festival after several members of the event's production crew threatened a walk out if he was included.
The festival, called Joshua Fest, is an annual three-day event in Northern California described as a nonprofit "family friendly Christian music festival" that ministers to "young families and teens."
"We have something for everyone. From music that ranges from worship to hard core, to heartfelt workshops and open forum discussions about faith, pain, and hope. To workshops designed to strengthen your marriage," it explains. more >>
Music streaming has taken over a large portion of the music industry. With the internet taking over almost everything, it was only a matter of time before tech companies took advantage of it. We now take a closer look as to which music streaming service is better—Apple Music or Spotify.
Design and Interface
Apple Music surprisingly offers a somewhat too extensive service that is quite cumbersome to navigate. Albeit sporting a calm white design with a clean overall interface, the plethora of content available could be quite overwhelming at first. The navigation buttons and panels somehow clutter up all the fresh interface elements. However, it is very easy to learn with habitual usage, and the options are very direct and easy to identify. more >>
R&B singer Jennifer Hudson quoted a verse from Proverbs earlier this week to reveal that she hasn't strayed far from her Christian roots, and is still the same girl who sang solos at church.
"Train a child in the way they should go and they will never part! I'm still the same girl," Hudson captioned an Instagram image, quoting Proverbs 22:6.
Hudson used the quote to caption a photo of herself after she attended the funeral of her late uncle, John Hudson. In another post, Hudson described how her uncle supported her career, and even payed the piano accompaniment during her first church solo. more >>