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Rapper Shai Linne Outlines How Streaming Services Are ‘Disastrous’ for Artists

This is likely not the first artist you’ve seen take to social media and “rant” against streaming services such as Pandora, Spotify, etc. Like Shai, I understand why fans use these services, but as Christian fans, I feel like this is an area where we should be different.  Most CHH artists …

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Was Trump’s Pitch to African-American Voters On Point?

Donald Trump has a long track record of rubbing people the wrong way with his words. He recently made a pitch to win over black voters, “What do you have to lose? You’re living in poverty…” Many people found that statement to be offensive and some felt it was condescending to …

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Your Passion Could Be Your Path to Wealth

What do you like to do? What is it that you do effortlessly? What is it that you would do for free and enjoy if money wasn’t an option? The answer to those questions could lead you to a path of wealth. How so? Very good question. It is very easy …

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Think You Have to Clean Yourself Up Before You Come to God? Think Again

Did you know that God doesn’t call the qualified to do His work, but that He qualifies those who He calls to do His work? Many believe that they have to “clean themselves up” or “get themselves together” before coming to God. That mindset is similar to someone trying to perform open …

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How to Make a Deposit in Your Life Today

[Act 17:32-34 ESV] 32 Now when they heard of the resurrection of the dead, some mocked. But others said, “We will hear you again about this.” 33 So Paul went out from their midst. 34 But some men joined him and believed, among whom also were Dionysius the Areopagite and …

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Four Ways to Prevent Impulse Buying

Impulse buying is a problem many of us are addicted to. That’s right—an addiction. Impulse is defined as “A sudden strong and unreflective urge or desire to act.” Whether you realize it or not, impulse buying has easily become an addiction for most of America. Between subliminal advertising and the …

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God and the Fatherless Black Man

In light of recent events in the news of blacks killing blacks, and police killing unarmed black men, many of us in the church world are quick to say “I pray that our brothers turn to the Lord.” As a Christian, this is the best advice that I have for …

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Should We Be Concerned With Music Being Secular Or Anti-Christ?

As Christians, we are all at different levels, therefore we understand certain concepts differently. The word ‘secular’ is one word that is often misunderstood by definition. We usually see the word used as an adjective to describe music, so we say the term ‘secular’ music when we talk about music …

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The Hood Needs a Reallocation of Funds

In African-American culture, the neighborhood (sometimes known as the “hood” or the “trap”) seems to be glorified for several reasons – some good and some bad. Let’s look at some of the issues that plague most of the ‘hoods in the U.S.: Education system is underserved and not funded properly …

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