Break it Down: What is Anxiety and How Do I Reduce It? 

When thinking about anxiety, it’s important to first distinguish between general anxiety and clinical anxiety. Anxiety itself is a really normal emotion that we all have; it forms part of what we might call our ‘internal alarm system’ and is designed to

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Posted by Azania Phillips Friday, July 31, 2020 3:01:00 PM

Amputee Forgives Drunk Driver of $2.5 Million Debt Following Car Accident 

Despite growing up in a Christian household, Darrin Ray believed that he was unloved by God because of all of the hardships he had to endure.


In an interview with The Christian Post, Ray recalled how God would providentially work through it all in a powerful testimony of forgiveness. Ray’s story was also featured on I Am Second, a non-profit organization that features the stories of Christians with life-changing testimonies.


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Posted by Azania Phillips Thursday, July 30, 2020 3:23:00 PM

Break It Down: How To Manage Feelings of Depression During and Post Lockdown? 

The word ‘depression’ is often used colloquially, so you might hear someone saying ‘I felt so depressed after that argument’ and often what they mean is that they felt sad or fed up. Depression in the clinical sense is more than feeling sad in response to something. Clinical depression is really a cluster of symptoms including feeling sad or feeling low or flat; as well as feeling physically and emotionally drained or lethargic, losing interest and motivation in activities or relationships including those that used to bring us an enormous sense of fulfillment and pleasure; and other symptoms. Additionally, these symptoms are typically experienced consistently over a period of weeks, months or years. 


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Posted by Azania Phillips Wednesday, July 29, 2020 8:43:00 AM

‘The Chosen’ TV Series To Begin Taping 2nd Season Despite Pandemic 

The first-ever multiseason show about Jesus, "The Chosen,” was officially given the green light to begin production of season two.


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Posted by Azania Phillips Tuesday, July 28, 2020 4:22:00 PM

Over 70% Of Churches Holding In-person Services With Safety Measures In Place 

After months of COVID-19-related restrictions compelled places of worship to suspend on-campus services across America, more than 70% of Protestant churches have cautiously resumed in-person services following the required safety measures, according to a new LifeWay Research survey.


About three months ago, in April, less than 10% of Protestant churches held in-person services, but the number climbed to more than 55% by the first weekend in June, and in July, more than 70% met physically, according to the LifeWay survey.

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Posted by Azania Phillips Monday, July 27, 2020 2:52:00 PM

Break it Down: Coping With Uncertainties (And Anxieties) In A COVID-19 World 

COVID-19 certainly has created a state of chaos and disarray. While many countries are seeing reduced cases and have been subsequently relaxing their lockdown protocols, the emotional and social impact of this crisis may be experienced for some

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Posted by Azania Phillips Friday, July 24, 2020 9:40:00 AM

State of The Bible Survey Reveals Drop-off in Bible Reading During Pandemic 

People may be reading the news and "doomscrolling" through social media during the coronavirus pandemic.


But what they don't appear to be reading is the Bible.


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Posted by Azania Phillips Thursday, July 23, 2020 8:04:00 AM

Kanye West Says God Stopped Him After He ‘Almost Killed’ Daughter with Abortion 

The entertainment magnate broke down in tears Sunday during a rally in Charleston, South Carolina — the first stop in his supposed campaign for president of the United States. During the event, he claimed he attempted to pressure his wife Kim Kardashian into aborting their now-7-year-old daughter North.


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Posted by Azania Phillips Tuesday, July 21, 2020 8:51:00 AM

"Spider-Man" Actress Tiffany Espensen Uses Fame to Share The Message of Christ 

21 year old Tiffany Espensen has appeared in box-office hits like "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and "Avengers: Infinity War, tens of thousands of people follow her social media accounts and at every step of her career/life journey, she recognizes God's gentle hand of protection and provision.



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Posted by Azania Phillips Monday, July 20, 2020 7:52:00 AM

Christian Children's Book Author Matthew Paul Turner Comes Out As Gay & Announces Divorce 

Christian children's book author Matthew Paul Turner came out as gay on social media and announced that he and his wife are divorcing as he seeks to “embrace freedom, hope, and God as a gay man.”

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Posted by Azania Phillips Friday, July 17, 2020 2:36:00 PM

Comedian John Crist Breaks Silence: 'The Biggest Hypocrite in All This Was Me' 

Christian comedian John Crist returned to social media on Wednesday after an eight-month hiatus during which he sought help following accusations of sexual misconduct. 


"It has been over eight months since I posted anything on the internet and for a guy who used to post content literally every single day, that has felt like forever,” Crist said in a new Instagram video. 

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Posted by Azania Phillips Thursday, July 16, 2020 11:29:00 AM

Tennessee Pastor Apologizes For Coronavirus Outbreak & Says Masks Should've Been Taken More Seriously 

A Tennessee pastor has apologized to his congregation as the coronavirus has infected countless church members — including himself and his family members — weeks after the church resumed indoor worship services and also hosted a state convention meeting in June.


Kelvin Page, pastor of Westmore Church of God in Cleveland, Tennessee, posted a 20-minute video on Facebook last Thursday expressing deep “regret” and taking full responsibility for the decision to resume indoor services in late May after holding eight weeks of parking lot services.


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Posted by Azania Phillips Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:06:00 PM
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