Pat Houston, Whitney Houston's sister-in-law, recently wrote an open letter about the recent portrayal of the late singer on the small screen.
While the Lifetime Network premiere of the film "Whitney" attracted the most viewers ever in a Lifetime telecast, the late singer's family was far from happy with the Angela Bassett-directed movie. In an open letter posted on www. whitneyhouston.com, Pat questioned Bassett's decision to direct a film that premiered so close to Whitney's untimely death that took place Feb. 11, 2012.
In the open letter, Pat describes having to tell her daughter about the movie that may not portray the late singer in a light that the family desires to see. She also spoke about the emotional turmoil that the film took on the Houston family. more >>
Tina Campbell preached her first sermon in front of a congregation last Sunday.
Tina, the Mary Mary gospel singer, took to Twitter to glorify God while revealing that she preached her first sermon on Jan. 18.
"Happy Sunday folks. Well, i preached my 1st sermon today," Tina tweeted. "I believe God was shining in me and through me. To Him be the glory." more >>
The Overflow, the world's first-ever Christian and gospel on-demand music streaming service, went live today, and co-founder Stephen Relph hopes listeners grow closer to God.
Unlike other streaming services such as Pandora and Spotify, TheOverflow offers a subscription to faith-based and family-friendly music, helping Christians discover, share, and listen to music.
"I was an avid listener of Christian music but it was always difficult to find," Relph explained of the TheOverflow. "Our goal is to reduce a lot of that complexity and provide options in Christian music genres." more >>
Jason Nelson has made a name for himself in the gospel music industry for 10 years, but the preacher, singer and songwriter believes his latest album is a divine assignment during a time when Christianity is becoming increasingly unpopular.
Nelson, 40, is the pastor at The Tabernacle at Greater Bethlehem Temple in a thriving ministry in Randallstown, Maryland. Still, the preacher has found time to step out of the pulpit and release albums like "I Shall Live" in 2005, "Place Of Worship" in 2008 and "Shifting the Atmosphere" in 2012.
On Jan 20., Nelson released "Jesus Revealed," an album that he believes stands out from his previous bodies of work. When speaking to The Christian Post, Nelson explained the difference between his latest project and the others. more >>
Carrie Underwood recently admitted to knowing that her latest single "Something in the Water" would be a hit before it was even recorded last year.
The country music singer released the faith-filled song about conversion, baptism and keeping the faith in late Sept. Ever since, the track has been aired on country music charts, including Billboard's Hot Country Songs where it remains perched at number-one today. Earlier this month, Underwood revealed that she understood the song's significance early on, predicting that it would become a hit.
"I knew while we were writing 'Something in the Water' that we really had something special," the Grammy Award-winning singer explained to ABC Radio. "This was one that, as it was happening, I was recording stuff on my phone. Like, 'Oh my gosh.' Like, 'Let's do it again. I can make that better. We can do this better.'" more >>
This beautiful young girl will send chills through your body, after hearing her sing "Ave Maria." Jackie Evancho has a beautiful voice that is hard to duplicate, especially when it comes to opera singing.
Her voice is angelic and hearing her sing this so passionately will warm your heart. It's a perfect way to start your Monday with inspiration and music. Feel free to share Jackie's performance with friends and family. They will LOVE it!
Watch her live performance below: more >>