Gospel News

The Grammy-winning entertainer shares the emotional journey to learning the truth about his biological father while recording his 13th album.

The 2023 Jesus Girl Summit is happening at the VSU Multi-Purpose Arena in Petersburg, VA on August 2-5. This year’s summit is being billed as four days with “activation, impartation, fun, fellowship, and family.” There will also be panels on business, finance, and mental health. Of course, there will also be some dynamic speakers on deck, […]

We are back with another episode of Faithfully Speaking, and we chat with Dr. Tiffany Lowe Clayton (a.k.a. “Dr. TLC”), a specialist in obesity medicine, medical weight management and stress management currently practicing at WakeMed. She chats with Melissa Wade about how important it is for us to monitor their health and taking preventative measures […]

The 9x Stellar Award winner talks about honoring Black culture and the history of Black music as a part of his ministry.

The Senior Program Director of the YMCA of The Triangle chats about the importance of kids learning crucial water safety tips.

As the saying goes, "No weapons formed against me shall prosper." And that's even if the weapon is a hair malfunction.  Pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts has gone viral for a sermon posted over the Memorial Day weekend, not only for the powerful word itself but also for Roberts' ability to turn what would've been an embarrassing moment into part of her testimony!

The new album will include six previously unreleased tracks, chronicling the music icon's journey through gospel music.

Various gospel peers confirm the passing of gospel singer Keith "Wonderboy" Johnson on Sept. 30 at the age of 50.

The rapper/entrepreneur is set to launch "Momma Snoop" breakfast foods in honor of his late mother, Beverly Tate, who passed in 2021.

Citing "inconsistent" behavior, the Grammy-winning group announced that they're parting ways with the founding member.

Pastor John Gray is set to undergo surgery for a life-threatening pulmonary embolism, as announced by wife Aventer on Instagram Sunday.

Williams and The Spiritual QC's were a gospel mainstay in the South, eventually being awarded the key of the city to Tupelo, Mississippi upon Williams' retirement.