Bishop William Murphy, is the founder of Dream Center Church of Atlanta, a Stellar award winner, and Grammy nominated producer & songwriter. He chats with Erica Campbell about his song, “Arise,” and how he was surprised by it getting nominated for a Grammy. Plus, he recalls what happened the last time he got nominated for […]
In this Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about how she was fired up at church after hearing a bishop preach about soaring. She speaks about watching a clip from the movie, “Facing The Giants.” In the clip, a man was carrying another person across an entire football field even though he didn’t think he could do it. […]
On Tuesday, Roland Martin, host of NewsOne Now, offered an “open invitation” and a challenge to more than 100 Black clergy members to appear on NewsOne Now and discuss their meeting with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. At the time the invitation was issued, Martin had just completed an interview with Dr. Steve Parson, former pastor of Richmond Christian Center, who attended the meeting […]
By Thom S. Rainer via:christianpost By their very nature, pastors are a confidential lot. They counsel numbers of people who share their deepest secrets and problems. They know things about families that could hurt and embarrass them if they shared information freely. So pastors tend to keep secrets and confidential information well. In most cases, […]
via:christianpost Contrary to popular opinion, forgiveness is innate and unforgiveness is learned from our environment, says T.D. Jakes, pastor of the 30,000-member The Potter’s House in Dallas and New York Times bestselling author. “We develop our propensity to forgive or not to forgive by what we see illustrated at the early ages of […]
The faith-based publication Gospel Today is getting some negative feedback from its readers for the controversial cover subject for its Nov./Dec. edition. Atlanta’s embattled Bishop Eddie Long, pastor of the 25,000-member New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, graces the magazine’s glossy front cover with the accompanying headline, “Bishop Eddie Long at the Center of the Scandal […]
Determined to hold on to the mega-church he built just outside Atlanta, Bishop Eddie L. Long vowed to “vigorously” defend himself against four lawsuits alleging that he used his position to coerce young male members of his flock into sex acts. Source: Washington Post | Krissah Thompson and Nia-Malika Henderson
Watch this PHONOMENAL testimony from Bishop Jakes! All it takes is one word from GOD!