Doctors rushed a pregnant woman in her ninth month to a hospital in Kuwait because of an acute blood pressure condition. She suffered cardiac arrest and was pronounced dead. A c-section was performed to deviler her unborn child. The operation was performed without anesthesia because the mother was presumed dead and the baby was born healty at 6.8 pounds. With one last attempt to revive the 36-year-old Filipina woman, doctors were astonished when she started breathing again. AMAZING!
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A new Oxygen Media series, “Pastors of L.A.” is set to begin filming with some of the most renowned preachers in the city.
Starring Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Noel Jones, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson and Pastor Jay Haizlip, the news series documents the life of men of the cloth.
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Gospel recording artist Le'Andria Johnson is now a Pastor! Le'Andria Johnson recently tweeted out that the first service for her church is scheduled for June 16th.
Along with chart-topping music with Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams released her debut solo album “Heart to Yours” which topped Gospel charts in 2002. In 2004, she released her second Gospel album “Do You Know”, and in 2008, she released her first solo pop album, “Unexpected.” Along with her music, she has found success as an actress. Her acting roles include: Aida, The Colour Purple, and What My Husband Doesn’t Know, among others.
In an interview, she said of her faith in Jesus Christ, “[For some people it's easy to get caught up in the fame], but to me, it’s easier not to because of my background and my foundation of where I grew up. I don’t forget the teachings that I’ve had, and I keep my Bible with me. I read my Bible every day, and I’m constantly in prayer. And I listen to gospel music, so that’s what’s keeping me focused and grounded.”
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It's graduation season, and while some graduates will be remembering their first day of their college journey and being away from their parents for the first time, Dorian Joyner Jr. is remembering a different expirence.
When Dorian Joyner Jr. started his collegiate journey at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, his dad, Dorian Joyner Sr., joined him. They were classmates and Junior didn’t mind. Now, they have completed the requirements to graduate and will officially become Morehouse men walking across the stage with President Obama at the helm of their ceremony.
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