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Baptize California Prepares for Record-Breaking Statewide Synchronized Water Baptism


Churches Across California Join Baptize California for Statewide Baptism Event, Highlighted by Major Ceremony at Huntington Beach

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Baptize California is preparing for its 2024 event, with the goal of hosting the largest synchronized water baptism in history. Building on the tremendous success of last year’s Baptize SoCal, which witnessed over 4,100 individuals baptized at Pirate’s Cove, the organization is once again bringing together churches across the state for this significant event scheduled on Sunday, May 19th, 2024.

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Jackie Hill Perry & Wande Joins Toyalove, Reece Lache, and Childlike Cici on Remix of Summer Hit “Stay Low”


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In the summer of 2023, Toyalove, Reece Lache’, and Childlike CiCi joined forces to craft the lead single, “Stay Low,” for Reach Records’ 6th annual Summer Playlist—an esteemed platform that has launched hits like Lecrae & Andy Mineo’s RIAA Certified Platinum track “Coming In Hot,” among others. Quickly becoming an anthem, the song is hard hitting and high energy and nature but is juxtaposed with a message on humility.

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Shawn McLemore’s Wife Clears Up Cause of Death – Announces LIVE Streamed Funeral


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Shawn McLemore listened to the audible words of his wife Rhonda McLemore one last time, and acknowledged her with a single tear.  Then the balladeer that meant so much to people around the world took his last breath.  The final words spoken by Rhonda were, “Your daughter will be alright.. REST!”  And then he let go.

Known to those closest to him as Shawn Mac, McLemore was a local Houston legend that was respected in many circles around the world.  It’s been said that his vocal range was one of the purest in the Gospel industry.  Able to hold and manipulate notes with clarity few have ever done before. 

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PRAY! Former Child Star of What’s Happening Has Emergency Brain Surgery


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Dr. Danielle Spencer, the former child star of “What’s Happening!!,” has emergency brain surgery.  Dr. Danielle is dealing with serious medical conditions and needs help. Friends of Dr. Danielle have started a Go Funding Page, as they are all claiming a successful prognosis.  Spencer will continue to have a long recovery stint in rehab,  and funds raised will help with treatment, medication and sustaining. Continue reading



Shark Attack Survivor Says ‘Peace of the Lord Surrounded Me Like a Cloud’


Tiffany Johnson survived a shark attack in the Bahamas, and she credits that miracle to God. She remembers the attack, feeling God’s strength rise up in her to rebuke death, and then making it to safety and feeling “the peace of the Lord” surround her like a cloud and keep her from bleeding out. She tells her incredible story—and how the experience even grew her faith—in this video.

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Erica Campbell Talks Segregation In Church & Gospel Music


On “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell” during ‘Faith Walk’ she talks about how Sunday is a segregated day. People talk about white churches and black churches and compare the music that they play at them. She mentioned if we’re all love the same Jesus there shouldn’t be any problem. People beat up others with there face and that’s how the enemy gets to us. She believes we must embrace each other and that’s how things will change. Continue reading