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What Robin Williams Can Teach Us about Depression

What Robin Williams Can Teach Us about Depression

For decades, Robin Williams was the man that had us all–black and white, saved and unsaved, young and old–laughing. He lifted our spirits, all the while, his own spirit was being crushed beneath the weight of depression. What a tragic paradox! No amount of “R.I.P.s” can make his earthly or eternal death peaceful. From Scripture […]

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GT Exclusive: Kingdom View with Michelle Harden

GT Exclusive: Kingdom View with Michelle Harden

Pastors’ wives are a hidden treasure which have stood the test of time. They are particular jewels in the African-American Church scene. Even in the bonds of slavery, pastors’ wives  were often called the “first true socialites” and have continued to evolve as a dynamic force to be reckoned with within the four walls of […]

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Gospel Today presents “This Week” – How Should Christians Think About Gay Marriage?

Gospel Today presents “This Week” – How Should Christians Think About Gay Marriage?

Gospel Today presents “This Week” explores the topics, people and issues impacting our world from the perspective of faith to answer the question, “How can we live out the Gospel today?” This week the panel talks about the upcoming Super Bowl including the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration (See details here: http://www.superbowlgospel.com). We also recap the […]

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Gospel Today presents “This Week” – Pastoral Excess? Pastoral Suicide; God’s Sovereignty in Tragedy

Gospel Today presents “This Week” – Pastoral Excess? Pastoral Suicide; God’s Sovereignty in Tragedy

Gospel Today presents “This Week” explores the topics, people and issues impacting our world from the perspective of faith to answer the question, “How can we live out the Gospel today?” This week, the panel discusses the controversy around Pastor Steven Furtick’s $1.7 million home in Charlotte. Is it the latest example of pastoral excess? […]

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The State of Marriage After 6-26-2013

The State of Marriage After 6-26-2013

Much has been spoken and written about the U.S. Supreme Court marriage decisions in the hours since they were revealed. Here are four thoughts to clarify the state of marriage after the rulings: 1. The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) Died A Moral Death. In United States v. Windsor (the DOMA case), Justice Kennedy, writing […]

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