8-year-old Rhema Marvanne sadly lost her mother to cancer at a young age. But, she never forgets how much God loves and protects her through such a tragic time. She is blessed with not only a beautiful singing voice but a powerful faith.
Rhema speaks God's word through the song to honor her mother who lost her battle against cancer. For a girl at such a young age, it's hard to overcome such a traumatizing loss. Proving that anything is possible when it comes to God. She feels her mother's spirit every time she sings and shares the Gospel. In hopes of healing their hearts as it once healed her. She has a wonderful singing voice that is guaranteed to touch your heart!
Listen to Rhema Marvanne sing a beautiful song in her mother's memory below: more >>
Kanye West recently visited the syndicated radio program Power 105.1's "The Breakfast Club" where he discussed his recent antics at the year's Grammy Awards and his self-proclaimed role in the world as a "humble servant."
West was also asked about his role at Adidas creating new sneakers and shared his thoughts on how classism has an impact on which products people buy.
"Right now people will try to put on a jacket to try to act like they're better than you. And I think this idea of being better than the next man, it's the wrong mentality in the first place," West said on Friday. "We were born into a broken world that's been separated by race, religion and class." more >>
Hawk Nelson launched a brand new music video for the track "Live Like You're Loved" on Monday, with the group's lead vocalist Jon Steingard revealing a bold message for listeners.
Promoting self-confidence that is rooted in unconditional love from the Creator, "Live Like You're Loved" is off Hawk Nelson's forthcoming album "Diamonds," which releases on March 17. The Canadian Christian rock band, which is comprised of Steingard, Daniel Biro, Micah Kuiper, and David Niacaris, released the music video exclusively to The Christian Post.
"The song, like much of the new album, was inspired by growing up and learning the do's and don'ts of Christianity and how to be a good Christian," said the singer, who was raised in the church as a pastor's son. "All those are good, but I missed the part of the do's and don'ts [that] are coming from a place of where this is what the Bible says is good for you. But we get confused, because we learn this is how we please God and earn relationship with Him. I just had an epiphany ... all this running around and trying to do everything exactly right, these are not the things that bring us closer to God. Our relationship with God is already secured with what was done on the cross. What if we went into life with confidence of knowing we are already loved? So that's what this song is all about." more >>
John Legend and Common took home an Oscar for Best Original Song for their hit song "Glory" on Sunday night and their acceptance speeches moved many in the audience.
The acclaimed artists co-wrote the powerful track for Ava DuVernay's "Selma," which is based on the iconic Martin Luther King, Jr. and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery voting rights marches.
During their respective speeches, Legend and Common drew parallels between the civil unrest that was prevalent during the sixties and that of various social and political issues which are prevalent around the world today. more >>
In a move to avoid bullying and online negativity, rapper Iggy Azalea has decided to quit Twitter on Thursday, Feb. 19.
The "Fancy" rapper said that she decided to quit the medium because she's finding it "negative and draining." Azalea, who was spotted while on holiday in a bikini in Hawaii with boyfriend Nick Young on Sunday, took to Twitter upon her return from her vacations to say that her detractors have commented on her cellulite.
"Just got back from a great vacation, came online and apparently it's shocking and unheard of to be a woman and have cellulite," she tweeted late Wednesday. "I just want to have peace and relaxation time without a [paparazzi] with a long-distance lens hiding out taking pictures. Everyone deserves peace." more >>
Warryn Campbell and his famed Grammy Award-winning singer wife, Erica Campbell, may officially open the doors of their own church next April.
Warryn, the My Block Records CEO, who has produced music for his wife and her sister, Tina, in their group Mary Mary for years, has inspired a direction for the church. Now, the super producer is taking to social media to hint that the doors to his church may open in April.
The producer posted an image of The California Worship Center logo on Instagram with the caption, "Coming 4/5/15." more >>