Tina Campbell of the gospel duo Mary Mary continues to struggle with her husband's admitted infidelities on season four of her reality television series "Mary Mary," even resorting to fits of anger resulting in gunfire.
Campbell, who stars on the WE tv reality series with her sister Erica Campbell, has been very open about her marital problems with husband Terry Campbell, who recently admitted to several extra-marital affairs. A new teaser clip for the reality series reveal the extent of the gospel singer's emotional outbursts over the betrayal: the destruction of her husband's car with a gun. In the new trailer for season four of "Mary Mary," Terry Campbell's vintage convertible is unveiled, revealing extensive damage due to bullets.
"We had some days that were really bad, and the car is a clear indication of a very bad day," Terry Campbell explains in the trailer. "It was my car and she thought I could have been riding around town with another woman in the car, which wasn't the case. My wife, in her pain, wanted to hurt me." more >>
As Mark Hall, lead singer for popular contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns, undergoes surgery Wednesday to remove a kidney containing a "solid mass" doctors are 90 percent certain is cancer, his wife, Melanie, is asking fans to pray for four specific things.
In a post on the band's Facebook page Tuesday, Melanie revealed that she was "humbled" by the outpouring of support her family has received since they went public with Mark's health troubles last Thursday.
"I'm completely humbled by the number of people that have expressed their love for us and are interceding in prayer. There are no words to express the gratitude in this wife's heart. Thank you for praying for us. We have had friends and strangers from all over the world tell us they are praying — an orphan school in Kenya, neighbors we just met, long lost high school friends, Christian music artists from their concerts, schools, offices, pastors in South Africa, chaplains in the Army, churches, radio DJs, fans, missionaries in Brazil, and countless others I couldn't begin to name. Thank you. Your prayers are felt," noted Melanie in the post. more >>
Kirk Franklin is continuing his mission to make God famous by bringing his Fo Yo Soul Entertainment record label to the South by Southwest music festival.
The South By Southwest (SXSW) film and music festival is entering its 28th year and will welcome gospel music sensation Franklin, 45. Franklin's popularity is hard to ignore with his own Sirius XM radio station, Kirk Franklin's Praise, television hosting gigs on The Game Show Network's "The American Bible Challenge" and BET's "Sunday Best."
Deitrick Haddon is partnering with eOne Music for an epoch-making partnership with the introduction of his DHVisions record label.
Haddon, the 41-year-old minister, gospel singer and producer who appeared on the Oxygen docu-series "Preachers of L.A.," was signed to eOne Nashville recently where he will release new music for his DHVisions record label.
Haddon said his goal is to elevate gospel music to new heights and explained why he decided to partner with eOne Music for his latest venture to create new music on DHVisions. more >>
Pastor Donnie McClurkin recently spoke up after his family lost their sibling Cheryl "Cheri" McClurkin last Tuesday.
Two days after she passed away, the pastor and gospel singer took to his Instagram to share a heartfelt message along with an image of his sister.
This amazing duo of Lindsey Stirling and Lexi Walker sing a song that will touch your soul. They pair up for a rendition of "I Know My Redeemer Lives." The lyrics and voices together are very POWERFUL!
Both these wonderful singers have been blessed with the ability to heal with their voices. A well known song that has a beautiful meaning behind it. Celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus! A great version of a song that everyone should hear. Be sure to share this young girls talent with all your friends and family!
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