The July/August 2012 issue of Gospel Today, dubbed THE TRUTH ISSUE, tackles some pretty difficult topics, including forgiveness, idolatry and tolerance. In the wake of President Obama’s comments about same-sex marriage, Bishop Timothy J. Clarke, Senior Pastor of First Church of God (Columbus, OH), offered an excellent guest article on The Truth About Tolerance, titled […]
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Read what President Obama said about how his Christian faith influenced his change of perspective on same-sex marriage and weigh-in!
If you were looking forward to seeing Jonathan Butler, CeCe Winans, and Kirk Whalum forÂ The Smooth Jazz Cruise Presents The Apostles of Gospel Tour, you’ll have to wait a little longer. Tour organizers have postponed the tour temporarily. To visit the tour’s official website, visitÂ http://www.apostlesofgospel.com/
In November 2011, Pastor Corey Brooks of New Beginnings Church in Chicago, IL decided to take a stand against gun violence after seeing too many funerals of young men shot down in his South Chicago neighborhood. Across the street from his church there is a run-down motel that has long been a blight on the […]
The Miami New Times reports that a Jacksonville, FL church has banned children from services, a legal and precautionary measure to keep their pastor, a convicted sex offender, in the pulpit. Because a court has ruled Pastor Darrell Gilyard is not allowed to have “unsupervised contact with children under 18 years old” after Gilyard pleaded […]
MARCH/APRIL 2012 ISSUE OF GOSPEL TODAY FEATURES DR. R.A. VERNON\’S WORK TO TRANSFORM A CITY Mary Mary Chats With Gospel Today About Reality Series On WEtv Hollywood Heartthrob Blair Underwood Shares About His Role In The New Film From Bishop T.D. Jakes Nashville, TN–GOSPEL TODAY continues its successful year with the release of its March/April […]
Editorial by Pastor Patrick E. Winfield, II, Campus Pastor, The Potter\’s House of Ft. WorthÂ Many of the world\’s problems have the same origin: pride, lust and greed. These are issues of humanity in any historical period and the Bible goes to great lengths to address them. Morality must have a center and a slate […]
Last month, a South Carolina judge ruled that New Beginnings Baptist Church is the rightful owner of the property on which the Redneck Shop operates, the Associated Press reports. The Redneck Shop sells Ku Klux Klan robes and t-shirts with racial slurs on them. The store has been in operation since 1996, in an old […]
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After months of discussion about who would succeed Zachery Tims as Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center, the New Destiny Board of Regents and Board of Directors announced this week that Pastor Paula White, Co-founder and Pastor of Without Walls International Church in Tampa will be the new Senior Pastor of the Apopka, FL mega-church, […]
Since Pastor Zachery Tims died suddenly in August, questions have abounded about who would take over the 8,000 member megachurch he co-founded with ex-wife Riva Tims. That question was answered with this announcement from New Destiny on Thursday, Dec. 29. Here is the official statement from New Destiny: NEW DESTINY CHRISTIAN CENTER ANNOUNCES PASTOR PAULA […]
According to a recent article from CNN, the charismatic Christian movement is seeing rapid growth across the globe, noting some of its hallmarks– “divine healing, prophecy and speaking inÂ tongues”– and their resulting miracles as key draws to the movement. A recent Pew Research CenterÂ reportÂ provides research indicating thatÂ 305 million Christians worldwide follow the charismatic movement. The […]
2011 was a big year in the body of Christ and here at Gospel Today! Here are our Top 11, most discussed posts of the year! Read, reminisce and add any parting thoughts as the year comes to a close. #1 â€”Â Confirmed: Pastor Zachary Tims Dead at 42 #2 â€”Bishop Eddie Long Ends Lawsuit #3 […]
Youtube has been abuzz over the last week over a shocking video which depicts Bishop David Oyedepo of Nigeria slapping a woman during a deliverance service (See “Part 1” below). Oyedepo is the pastor ofÂ Faith Tabernacle which boasts the largest sanctuary in the world at 50,000 seats. Forbes magazine has reported that his net worth […]