There's a new production coming for Easter! Evangel Multi Media and Arts Center presents “King of kings” Easter production. The production will be all about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Many of the gospel music artists to be a part of it will include...
Deitrick Haddon speaks to Coco Brother about his recent 'tests' and 'storms' but that he feels he is more qualified to minister now because of his storms. He says he is more confident and on fire for God more than ever. We don't know about all of that but we do believe that storms will shape and mold you more so for ministry as long as we have the right intentions.
We want to send out prayer and encouragement to Ricky Dillard. He has announced on his Twitter page that he was diagnosed with sarcoidosis. We always remind the saints that we serve a God that is able to all things. Now is a time that we exercise our full faith in Him for healing as well.
Bounce TV, which was founded by Martin Luther King III, has taken the spot as the fastest growing black network in television, is doing some new things to continue to grow. The network will begin production on it's first-ever original reality series about the day to day lives of Grammy-nominated family gospel group, forever JONES.
Hall of Fame vocalist and multiple Grammy winner, Larnelle Harris has a new CD/DVD project on the way. Scheduled for a March 26th release, Harris' latest project, Larnelle Live in Nashville, will include a live performance along with special guests Sandi Patty, Steve Green and Steve Amerson.
Entertainment One has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with Quiet Water Enternainment to produce and release the long-awaited and highly anticipated Donald Lawrence‘s 20th year in music project.
Now, as children of the most high God, it does not make sense for these black churches whom are now mega to glorify the world's hip/hop and rap in gospel music, if there has been actual blood sacrifices in the world, allegedly. According to Professor Griff, a few high profile hip hop celebrity millionaires have taken an oath for their fame and fortune. If this is true, then what is the black church doing condoning the world's hip-hop/rap music to blend in with gospel music?
We are going to tell you RGA readers our honest opinion, God is very angry at some of today's black churches whom have glorified the world's music over holiness. God is angry at the average mega black church whom has condoned hip hop gospel that is the replica of the world's music. According to Hip Hop Examiner, Professor Griff says there are some well known big time celebrities whom have sold their souls to their Devil for their fame and fortune. Now if some of these celebrity preachers acknowledge this fact, why aren't they preaching against hip hop and rap music within the gospel music industry? God is certainly not pleased of their discretion to earn a part of the world's fame and fortune.We ask you ladies and gentlemen, when these celebrity preachers over their big time mega black/multicultural churches come to the end of their lives, do they expect to hear Jesus say, "well done, they good and faithful servant?" We do not think Jesus would ignore the fact that they ignored the scripture found in 1 John 2:15 that forewarned us 'not to love the world neither the things in it.'Also our Word forewarned us, 'Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship
hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light
This is very serious, if Professor Griff is accurate on his facts. Now, let us ask you this question does the body of Christ approve of blood sacrifices? Of course not, we do not agree with taking anybody's life for money. So why doesn't the black church wake up and say no to hip hop/rap blending in with gospel music? The Word of God already forewarned us in Mark 8:36 and Matthew 16:26, 'For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?' We have no business gaining any wealth similar to the same type of people whom allegedly are involved with committing blood sacrifices. If the gospel music industry has nothing to do with that sort of demonic mess, which we feel they have not crossed that line, then their music should be completely set a part from the world.
BET's first faith-based reality show of The Clark Sister Karen Clark Sheard's family will air on April 7th. The daughter Kierra 'Kiki' Sheard says this is a 'gospel series' and not a reality series and that it will not be trashy. In the sneak preview below, it appears to start off like any other reality show but we shall see where it goes from there once it airs its first few episodes.
We knew someone was going to call Mr. Marvin Sapp on this, at least other than us, that is. Our friends at Joy105.com posted a comment from Facebook to Marvin Sapp from a fan who questions his motives for helping 'Kandi Koated Knights' Kandi Burruss' production of her inspirational/gospel song called "Stay Prayed'.
LIL ERIN KNIGHT Tribute To Bishop Kenneth L. Robinson Sr. @ Antioch Full Gospel Baptist Church In Little Rock Arkansas. He sings Marvin Sapp's 'Never Could Have Made It' like he wrote the song! My God. He is anointed!