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D.C. Pastor Attended Louisville Conference Before Testing Positive For Coronavirus

By Eleanor Klibanoff UPDATE: The Washington, D.C. pastor who was diagnosed with coronavirus weeks after attending a conference in Louisville was...

Briana Babineaux: Gospel’s Overnight Wonder

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College student-turned-gospel music success story Briana "Bri" Babineaux came into her celebrity one night in 2015 after a bad breakup. The University of Louisiana student worked through...

Tamela Mann, Travis Greene Lead Field of Nominees for Gospel’s Stellar Awards

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For more than 30 years the Stellar gospel Music Awards have built a reputation as the premier gospel event of the year. By spotlighting...

Beloved Harlem pastor dies of coronavirus

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By: Ayana Harry HARLEM — The longtime pastor of Harlem’s Macedonia Baptist Church, Reverend Isaac Graham, passed away Sunday...

Gospel Singer Vicki Yohe Apologizes for Donald Trump Post

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A gospel singer is apologizing to her fans after posting an image on her social media account suggesting that Jesus was returning to the...

Wedgwood inspires church safety seminar in DFW

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by Hannah Davis, WFAA On Saturday leaders from local churches met at Cedar Valley College for a sold out all day seminar on church safety. The...

Coronavirus: Solid Rock Church holding services despite social distance warnings

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MONROE  — Some congregations throughout Ohio are stirring controversy by continuing in-person services despite Gov. Mike DeWine's order banning such large gatherings.

How Kirk Franklin is Pushing the Boundaries of Gospel

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By Vinson Cunningham, The New Yorker It’s hard to describe in a word what Kirk Franklin does for a living. Franklin, forty-six, is the most successful...

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Beloved Harlem pastor dies of coronavirus

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By: Ayana Harry HARLEM — The longtime pastor of Harlem’s Macedonia Baptist Church, Reverend Isaac Graham, passed away Sunday...

Nearly 3 dozen who attended Arkansas church event test positive for coronavirus

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By Janelle Griffith Nearly three dozen people who attended a recent children's event at a church in Arkansas have tested...

Coronavirus: Solid Rock Church holding services despite social distance warnings

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MONROE  — Some congregations throughout Ohio are stirring controversy by continuing in-person services despite Gov. Mike DeWine's order banning such large gatherings.
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