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The Clark Sisters talk with uGospel.com about New Movie “The Clark Sisters – First Ladies of Gospel” and New Music

The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel, from executive producers and Grammy Award winners Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and Missy Elliott, premieres April 11 at 8/7c. The authorized musical of incomparable gospel singers, The Clark Sisters, recounts the story ...

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Kirk Franklin And Melvin Crispell Iii Partner With Bet And United Way On “Saving Our Selves: A Bet Covid-19 Relief Effort”

BET announces an array of high impact initiatives to support communities of color impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Black Americans are being disproportionately harmed by the health and financial devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. BET, in partnership with the NAACP, United Way Worldwide, ...

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Philly Pastor to Hold Easter Services Despite Stay-at-Home Order

A church leader in North Philadelphia says he will not comply with stay-at-home orders in Pennsylvania, and instead is inviting some church, NBC10 reporter Aaron Baskerville is reporting. KYW Newsradio reporter Cherri Gregg talked to Baskerville. Gregg’s podcast, “Flashpoint Extra,” ...

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Bishop Marvin L. Winans RECOVERS from The CoronaVirus

Bishop Marvin L. Winans and BeBe Winans are both doing well after recovering from coronavirus, each of the men said Wednesday. Rumors had been swirling for days that Bishop Winans, pastor of Detroit’s Perfecting Church, was gravely ill with COVID-19. ...

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BeBe Winans Confirms He Had Coronavirus! States ‘I’ve Learned to Be More Grateful for Life Itself’

BeBe Winans is the latest celebrity to open up about a difficult coronavirus diagnosis, and the R&B/gospel icon stopped by the The Joe Madison Show to reveal that while he has recovered, it wasn’t an easy process. “Sometimes, for some reason, ...

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Tyscot Records Is Serving Inspiring Music Through COVID-19 Pandemic

Tyscot Records is continuing to promote inspiring music amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Several of its songs are making a joyful noise on the coveted Billboard Gospel Airplay chart. Anthony Brown & group therAPy’s “This Week” jumps from No. 15 ...

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Shirley Caesar, Marvin Sapp And Tasha Cobbs-Leonard Among TV One’s Faith-Based Programming On Easter Weekend

TV One continues to comfort and entertain viewers during this unprecedented time with a special Easter lineup of faith-based programming on Saturday, April 11 and Sunday, April 12. The jubilant weekend slate includes original films SINNERS WANTED, HEAR NO EVIL, FOR THE LOVE OF RUTH, and re-airing of UNSUNG episodes ...

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Christopher Ervin and Abraham’s Descendants Project A Better Point Of View

In times past when there were seasons of distress, God would often raise up someone to deliver a word of encouragement to his people.  Christopher Ervin and Abraham’s Descendants are duly deputized to carry the message of hope  encapsulated in their new single, Things ...

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Statesboro church to continue services despite shelter in place order

Law enforcement interrupted a church service on Sunday in Statesboro after its congregation defied the Governor’s executive order and met anyway. Church leaders say they’ll continue to meet. They feel the constitutional freedom of assembly and freedom of religion overrides ...

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Amid Global Crises, Jekalyn Carr Declares: “Be Confident That God Is ‘Changing Your Story’!”

Jekalyn Carr’s ministry is earmarked by timeless music and timely messages. Messages in “Greater is Coming” and “Something Big” encourage listeners to believe God and expect greater. She followed up those early prophetic messages with a pointed worship song “You’re ...

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