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Check Out These 5 Artists Who Have YouTube Channels

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Not only are they artists but each have a growing YouTube presence.

1. Beleaf Melanin

  Beleaf in Fatherhood

The family vlog chronicles the family dynamic of Beleaf, his wife Yvette, and three children Theo, Uriah and Anaya. The channel has grown to nearly 60,000 subscribers. This channel is packed with family fun, laughs and lessons. Check out the latest episode below.

2. V. Rose

vrosemusic

The singer does weekly vlogs that follow her while touring, traveling, performing at events. You can also find diy projects and style videos. In her latest video below, watch V. Rose customizes her clothes.

3. Bizzle

God Over Money

The rapper has started a series called  “3-Minute Drill with Bizzle,” much like a short devotional to encourage believers in their faith. Watch the latest installment below.

 

4.  Jamie Grace

Jamie Grace

You can find all kinds of videos from Jamie discussing various topics from life, friendship, dating and more. She has also done videos with her grandma and sister, Morgan Harper Nichols. Her latest string of videos have covered details of her upcoming album 91.

 

5. HillaryJane

HillaryJane

It was recently on her YouTube channel that HillaryJane announced that she is recording new music. She vlogs  her life as an artist and when she goes on tour. You can also find a host of topic related videos from life, relationships, advice, faith and culture.

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Christian Music Community Celebrates Tony Evans Becoming First African American to Author a Study Bible, Commentary

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This past week included a celebration for Tony Evans who just became the first African American to create a Bible Study and Commentary! Some of the top artists in Christian music joined in on this celebration. Artists included Kirk Franklin, Lecrae, Tori Kelly, Anthony Evans, Actress – Sherie Shepherd and many more.

The “Tony Evans Study Bible” features study notes and other tools designed for digging deeper into God’s word. These notes and resource have been collected from the sermons, teachings, and writings of Dr. Tony Evans. They are strategically place alongside the biblical text to explain God’s word in a fresh way; applying the truths of God’s word empowers readers to live according to the values of God’s kingdom.

This isn’t Pastor Evan’s first time breaking records, as he was also the first African American to earn a doctorate in theology at the renown Christian institute Dallas Theological Seminary.

It’s surprising that in 2019, we are still listing “The 1st African American” to reach certain heights within the Christian community. But, that fight is something that Pastor Tony Evans knows too well and has been accustomed to fighting for years. In a recent interview with Christianity Today, Pastor Evans spoke about his recent counsel to Kirk Franklin regarding his decision to boycott the Dove Awards and why it was important to him to of highlight the presence of Black people in the Bible:

“One of the things I point out in the Bible is the black presence in the Bible. And one of the issues I have dealt with: There were years where I was not allowed to be on radio because of my race, and I was told that directly. So there has been in the Christian community and the evangelical community, a consistent disparity in how minorities are treated and how we are allowed to sit at the table equally.

And so when they cut out the part of his speech that was critical to his and our experience, that demonstrated cultural, racial insensitivity, especially since it was nothing offensive. It was a fact of what had happened. So I felt that would have been appropriate since that’s what his conscience told him to do. But I also told him, you must honor your conscience in a righteous way. And so that’s why he put in there he’s willing to help rectify it, not just complain about it because a lot of times you have complaints without solutions. Let’s help heal. Let’s not just keep divided, but also let’s be clear on what’s right and what’s wrong.” 

Speaking on why it was important to him to highlight the presence of Black people in the Bible, Pastor Evans spoke plainly:

“What I want to say to African Americans is if you see what’s really in the Bible, you can find yourself there. You don’t have to lose yourself to believe in Jesus. In fact, much of who we are is in Jesus.”

           Read that full interview here.

 

We salute Pastor Tony Evans for breaking records once again in the Christian community.

Be sure to click this link to purchase your copy of the Tony Evans Study Bible. Sound off in the comment section and tell us what you think of this new Bible commentary!

 

 

 

 

 

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John Crist Responds To Reports of Misconduct Against Women & Admits Seeking Help For Addiction

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Comedian and internet sensation John Crist, who just landed a Netflix special, recently admitted to “destructive and sinful” behavior and canceled his upcoming tour after multiple accusations of unwanted sexting, harassment and manipulation. While John says that he is not guilty of everything he is being accused of, he did release the following statement:

“While I am not guilty of everything I’ve been accused of, I confess to being guilty of this — I have treated relationships with women far too casually, in some cases even recklessly. My behavior has been destructive and sinful,” Crist added. “I’ve sinned against God, against women and the people who I love the most. I have violated my own Christian beliefs, convictions and values, and have hurt many people in the process.”

Like many, John has struggles that he has kept hidden. But, according to most his recent statements, he has recently started seeking help for his challenges with sexual sin and addiction.  After the recent allegations by several women, Crist stated the following to Charisma News about those struggles:

“Over several recent years, I have privately sought and received regular professional treatment for my sexual sin and addiction struggles. I’m committed to getting healing and freedom from my sin and have decided to cancel my remaining tour dates this year and to postpone all future commitments in order to devote all my time and energy on getting healthy spiritually, mentally and physically.

Those closest to me—my family, team and close friends—have known about this battle for some time, and now you do too. I’m ashamed of my behavior and I’m so sorry for hurting so many people. I don’t blame anyone but myself. I’m responsible for my actions and I’ve repented and am taking full ownership. I realize it will be difficult for some people to ever forgive me, and I accept that as a result of my bad decisions and actions.

My entire career has been lived out on stage, and even though I’ve shared many of my life struggles with my audiences, I’ve lived in constant fear of the darkest parts of my life being exposed publicly. My greatest fear has been that those who have loved and supported me would hate me if they knew everything about me. I now humbly seek forgiveness and mercy and love—not just for me, but for those I’ve hurt along my path. I’m so sorry.”

 

Click here to read the most recent allegations and his full direct response to Charisma News.

 

ABOUT JOHN CRIST:

Earlier this year, John Crist was named in the Top 100 Tours which is based on attendance and gross sales. Being featured on this list is something he shares with other Christian artists and entertainers such as TobyMac and Chris Tomlin. With over 500 million video views, he has been penned as a comedian and viral sensation who was named as being “the next big thing in standup comedy”.

Crist is most known for viral videos like “Millennial International,” “Lady Who Has a Bible Verse for Every Situation,” or “Road Rage in the Church Parking Lot,” Crist has solidified his comedy prowess with sold out shows from coast to coast, highlighted by recent television appearances on Live at Gotham and Laughs on Fox. Crist’s comedy has been featured on ESPN, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Buzzfeed, and Fox. He’s shared the stage with Dave Chappelle, Jeff Foxworthy, Seth Meyers, Adam Carolla, Trevor Noah, Tim Hawkins, and more.

 

HELP FOR ADDICTION:

If you or a close friend or loved one is also struggling with sexual addiction, consider contacting any of the following for assistance: (Feel free to let us know of other helpful resources that we can research and add to this listing)

www.faithfulcounseling.com

www.christiancounseling.ws

www.justbetweenus.org

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Mike Todd’s Message “Instagram Didn’t Make Me” Goes Viral: Watch Full Message Here

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Mike Todd of Transformation church recently spoke at the VOUS Conference where he preached a message called “The Problem…Just Found An Answer”. A portion of that message called “I wasn’t made on instagram” was featured on instagram and went viral! If you’re looking for the full message, you have come to the right place. Scroll down to the last video to see the full message:

 

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Tip: The portion of this message that was highlighted on social media and went viral begins at 9:18.

 

Watch more messages from Pastor Mike Todd at www.transformchurch.us and on their YouTube Channel.
Register early for VOUS Conference 2020 here: vousconference.com
Learn more about VOUS Church in Miami, FL here: www.vouschurch.com

 

 

 

 

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