Tweet Beyonce arrived at St. John’s Church in Houston, Texas with her daughter, Blue Ivy, to support Hurricane Harvey victims. The 36-year-old singer went along with her mom, Tina Knowles Lawson, and her Pastor, Rudy Rasmus. The star took to the stage to express her love and appreciation to the Church, revealing that she sang her first solo at that same Church. She appreciated them for keeping herself and her family in their prayers, adding that the Church is an example of what light and love is. “I just wanna say that I’m home, this church is my home. I wasRead More

THE EMPTINESS OF FAME, Lady Gaga opens up

Tweet   In a sneak peak into Lady Gaga’s personal life, the singer confesses that fame has left her empty. “Gaga: Five Foot Two” is an upcoming Netflix documentary about the superstar. Gaga released several previews on social media Thursday, including one that reveals a heartbreaking phone conversation between her and her best friend, celebrity stylist Brandon Maxwell. “I’m alone, Brandon. Every night,” she’s heard saying through tears. “And all these people will leave, right? They will leave and then I’ll be alone. And I go from everyone touching me all day and talking at me all day to totalRead More


Tweet                [Joel Osteen addresses his church after the Houston floods] Joel Osteen continues to defend his church from people who he feels is trying to discredit his ministry. Pastor Osteen says to those individuals, that “They’re not that strong.” Osteen took the heat after deciding to open up on Tuesday afternoon when the floods hit the Saturday before in Houston. Despite evidence to the contrary America’s largest congregation says the building was not safe to house victims before Tuesday. Osteen told his congregation on the first Sunday service after the devastating floods that, “The forces that are for us areRead More

Lecrae Reveals He almost abandoned Christianity and once considered Suicide

TweetGospel Artist Lecrae revealed in a recent interview with AOL Build studios and Sway that his recent depression made him contemplate leaving Christianity and he almost committed suicide. The American hip-hop artist who is preparing to release his new album  ‘All Things Work Together’ revealed that the recent depression inspired some of the songs on the album. The gospel artist who is the president and co-founder of Reach Records revealed that he has long been advocating for racial reconciliation. He added that as he became more vocal about racial injustice he realized that not a lot of believers felt the same way aboutRead More