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July 2, 2017

Donald Hilliard Jr., Other Pastors React to Passing of Frank Summerfield; Messages of Gratitude for his Life and Ministry Abound On Social Media

Bishop Frank Summerfield, pastor of the Word of God Fellowship Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, passed away on Sunday, June 2nd, 2017. He was 67 years old. He leaves behind his wife, JoeNell Summerfield, and their four children -- Frank... Continue Reading →


LISTEN: The Preacher’s Private Prayer, Part 1 (PROCLAIM! 33 with Daniel Whyte III) This podcast that teaches every Bible-believing Christian how to preach the Gospel by any means necessary in many different settings, including using the internet and the new "podcast pulpit". Our Scripture verse on preaching is Mark 1:14-15 which reads:... Continue Reading →

LISTEN: NBA Player and Olympic Gold-medalist Michael Redd: I Want People to Say, ‘He Loved God and Represented Christ Well’ (Gospel Light Minute #224 with Daniel Whyte III) He is a retired professional basketball player. In 2000, he was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks and in 2002 set a then-NBA record after making eight three-point field goals in the fourth quarter. He was named to both the... Continue Reading →

Pentagon Delays Obama’s Deadline for Transgender Enlistment in the Military

BCNN1 Says That is Good. President Trump, Delay It Forever. This Idea Will Completely Destroy the Morale in the U.S. Military That is Already Very Low. The Pentagon announced on Friday that Defense Secretary James Mattis has approved military leaders'... Continue Reading →

LISTEN: Study says black girls are viewed as less innocent (BCNN, 06/02/17) 1. According to the Philadelphia Tribune, Black girls need less nurturing, comfort, they know more about sex and adult topics, and need less protection than their white counterparts, according to a study released last week by the Georgetown University... Continue Reading →

What the Single in Your Pew Needs from You

According to recent Pew data, the number of married Americans is at its lowest point since at least 1920. In 2015, only half of Americans ages 18 and over were married, compared with 72 percent in 1960. Put another way: Singles are on... Continue Reading →

LISTEN: The Gospel According to Wonder Woman (Gospel Light Minute X #278 with Daniel Whyte III) The other day I had the joy of going to see “Wonder Woman” with my daughters. This summer, the DC Comics superhero film "Wonder Woman," was released to theaters to largely positive reviews and critical praise for its direction... Continue Reading →

Groom Loses Composure When He Sees Bride Walking Down the Aisle

On the eve of their May 25 wedding, Randy and Angelica Taase joked about who would get teary-eyed first. “I jokingly told him at our rehearsal, ‘If you don’t cry when I walk down the aisle, I’m going to turn around and come... Continue Reading →

Jay Leno Visits George W. Bush on His Texas Ranch

Jay Leno is kicking off the third season of his hit CNBC show in arguably the most Texas way possible – on the ranch of former President George W. Bush. Leno recently went to visit Bush in Crawford and the pair drove around... Continue Reading →

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