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May 8, 2014

Arkansas Gospel Mass Choir Releases “You Alone”

Emtro Gospel/T Records CEO Troy Sneed is overflowing with praise for the Arkansas Gospel Mass Choir’s latest offering, You Alone. The title cut and radio hit makes it way to #5 on the Billboard Top Gospel songs charts in time... Continue Reading →

Jadeveon Clowney Selected No. 1 by Houston Texans In NFL Draft

The wait is over for Jadeveon Clowney. As expected, the most talented player coming out of college football was selected No. 1 overall in the NFL draft on Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall. And he belongs to the... Continue Reading →

Fred Luter Encourages Men to Follow God’s Call at Rewired 2014

Men should follow God's call and report to duty as those of influence, Southern Baptist Convention President Fred Luter told the crowd at Rewired 2014, the annual Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma men's retreat. "It is God's desire and design... Continue Reading →

Rick and Kay Warren Discuss What They Do to Make Their Marriage Work on “The View”

Rick Warren made an appearance on ABC's "The View" earlier today with his wife Kay where they discussed the effort it takes to make their marriage work. In order to avoid marital issues such as adultery, the Pastor of Saddleback... Continue Reading →

Former Youth Pastor Accused of Giving Children Alcohol, Drugs and Porn Before Sexually Assaulting Them

New information is coming out about a former Arkansas pastor facing a number of sexual assault charges involving children. Larry Michael Berkley, who once was the pastor of a church in Henning, Tenn., is accused of providing kids booze, drugs... Continue Reading →

A Hispanic Exodus: Growing Number of Latinos In America Are Leaving the Catholic Church

A growing number of U.S. Hispanics are turning away from the Roman Catholic religion of their youth and now identify as Protestant or unaffiliated with any church, according to a survey released on Wednesday. Catholics represented 55 percent of U.S.... Continue Reading →

More Police Dead from 9/11 Illnesses than from Terrorist Attack Itself

The names of police officers who died from ground zero-related illnesses now outnumber the 60 killed in the 9/11 attacks engraved on the New York State Police Officers' Memorial in Albany. The names of 20 officers have been added to... Continue Reading →

Ex-Lesbian and New Author, Mya Huff, Hopes to See Broken Hearts Delivered and Healed Through Book

New author Mya Huff, an ex-lesbian, hopes that her book not only shuts down the confusion, but also mends broken hearts, minds and souls with the gospel. Read an interview she did with GCM Watch below. Q: Your book, Homosexuality:... Continue Reading →

Surprising Health Benefits of Water

The importance of drinking water is not surprising news – it’s something you hear over and over and over again. You know that about 2/3 of your body is water – around 60% or so, depending on your size. You’ve... Continue Reading →

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