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Bishop T.D. Jakes sues Young Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Internationally-renowned Bishop T.D. Jakes is vowing to file a lawsuit against popular rapper Young Jeezy and singer Kendrick Lamar for sampling portions of his sermon without his consent. Jakes, the highly influential televangelist who transformed a tiny West Virginia-based congregation into a transcontinental religious empire called The Potter’s
 
10 reasons church members donít invite others to worship
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Several years ago, more than one study showed large percentages of unchurched would consider attending a church if someone simply invited them. The problem is not the attitude of the unchurched; rather, it is often the failure of church members to invite others. When my church consulting teams have asked church members about their reticence to invite
 
Traditional marriage proponents rally in Raleigh
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
RALEIGH – Several thousand people packed Halifax mall in downtown Raleigh Tuesday in support of traditional marriage. Return America, a grassroots organization that promotes Judeo-Christian values, organized the rally to take a stand for Biblical marriage. Though the majority of voters in 2012 voted to uphold Amendment One (denouncing the
 
Fitness evangelist fights poor spiritual, physical health
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Out-of shape believers, beware! Jeff Williams wants to change your life – spiritually and physically – through his ministry, Restore Fitness. His faith-based program offers affordable personal training, meal plans and free lessons on the Word of God. “My goal is to spread awareness of the importance of fitness and health in the Church and
 
Gospel poet brings hope, healing to audiences
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
When she was a child, Phyllis Wiley was picked on for being the quietest. She was clumsy with words and an introvert, rarely speaking in class. “In elementary school, I came home several days crying because people were looking at me; that’s how shy I was,” Wiley said. Now this East Durham native stands with arms outstretched and voice
 
God's plan for marriage
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
So often we hear that allowing two men or two women to marry will not hurt anyone, and certainly not “straight” people. Well, the truth is, we already know what happens when a society promotes sexual license and devalues marriage. We just have to look at history. Way back before anyone was talking about so-called “gay marriage,”
 

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NCCU alumnus next Winston-Salem State chancellor

DURHAM — An N.C. Central University alumnus and former dean has been elected Winston-Salem

Home school program for preschoolers comes to Wake County

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