The Legendary Sheard Family Graces Cover Of Gospel Today’s November/December 2012 ‘Family’ Issue

LEGENDARY SHEARD FAMILY CONFIRMS NEW BET TV SHOW, TALKS OF KEEPING FAMILY FIRST & CREATING A LASTING LEGACY IN GOSPEL TODAY’S ‘FAMILY’ ISSUE ‘Sunday Best’ Winner Joshua Rogers, Charles Jenkins, & MORE Offer Christmas Wish-Lists, Traditions & Memories In November/December 2012 Issue Plus… America’s Search for a Savior In Election 2012 The November/December 2012 issue […]

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Persevering As A Step-Parent (GT Connext)

Gospel Today was pleased to welcome Ron L. Deal as a guest contributor in the Family Ties column in our May/June 2012 issue. Ron Deal is an author, therapist, and blended family expert who empowers remarried couples and stepfamilies for successful family living, and trains churches and professionals to help blended families. [table id=27 /] […]

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Love Is As Love Does

by Dr. Teresa Hairston One of the great quotes from that wonderful social prophet, Forrest…Forrest Gump is, “Love is as love does.” Another potent quotable comes from an enduring song of the mid-60s popular culture: “What The World Needs Now Is Love.” The song confirmed a lot about the perception of love in today\’s society. […]

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Family Reunion or Family Feud?

“OOH, I WISH I HAD THE MOVIE RIGHTS TO THIS…” Surely this sentiment has been expressed or imagined by many while attending a family reunion. In theory, reunions are supposed to be opportunities to share wonderful moments; make memories, and reconnect with family members you\’ve not seen in years or didn\’t know existed; and have […]

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Is Your Foundation Stable?

By Bishop Clifford and Pamela Frazier During a meeting of our church leaders, the facilitator, a corporate management expert, asked: “In an ideal world where money was plentiful and anything you wanted could be obtained, how would you structure your department?” It was fascinating to watch the exercise unfold. After having been freed from the […]

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Faith vs. Foolishness…Just say “NO!”

“No” is not only for children but also for adults. So many of the “...griefs and pains we bear” can be linked back to decisions we made choosing “Yes” rather than “No.” Relationships, purchases, gleeful acceptance of unsolicited credit cards, abruptly quitting jobs rather than following unacceptable directions are all decisions that would have benefitted from the use of “No.”

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