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The Reconciled Church Summit: Healing the Racial Divide

The Reconciled Church Summit: Healing the Racial Divide

Is the Church standing as an agent of change in our communities? Is the Church relevant in restoring race relations in our society? Bishop Phillip M. Davis, senior pastor of Nations Ford Community Church of Charlotte, NC, believes that believers are “called to confront the culture” and address the moral and social issues that plague […]

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Black History For A New Generation

Black History For A New Generation

What legacy will our children leave? What cause will our youth stand for in their generation? During Black History Month, we reflect as a nation on the accomplishments of African Americans. From the injustices of slavery to the innovators of our time, we remember those who are strong and courageous, and who make a difference, […]

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Rev. Samuel Rodriguez on The Reconciled Church

Rev. Samuel Rodriguez on The Reconciled Church

Dr. Samuel Rodriguez, has graciously shared with us his message to those who gathered at The Reconciled Church Conference hosted by The Potter’s House and broadcasted by Daystar. Rev. Rodriguez is our own Kingdom Culture columnist, defender of The Lamb’s Agenda, and President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC)  The roster for The Reconciled Church […]

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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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