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Thinking about starting a business? Here are 5 things to consider More people are choosing to become entrepreneurs and chart a path of their own in the pandemic. In fact, […] The post Let’s Talk about Money: Starting a business appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
UK-based Nigerian Gospel artiste Uty Pius releases the official live video for “Mmoyom Nkwe,” lifted from her new album “Exalted” which dropped in February. In this song, the singer proclaims her faith and trust in God as she expresses her gratitude towards God for His love According to Uty Pius, “Your Love – Mmoyom Nkwe,”…
Just days after 1K Phew released “The Offering,” the first single and video from his forthcoming solo album, Just As I Am, the nominations for the 37th annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, were announced. Reach Records, a trailblazing hip-hop label, received four nominations from The Stellar Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in Gospel…
Everyone from Crowder to Brandon Lake is heading out on tour! The post Summer/Fall Tours You Don’t Want To Miss appeared first on The Gospel Music Association.
Gateway Worship Español, a worship music collective that brings together the voices and songs of the Spanish artist community within Dallas / Fort Worth-based Gateway Church, one of the largest and most influential churches in North America, releases its debut, full-length album, Grande Y Fiel (Great And Faithful), May 20 from Gateway Music with global…
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Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin says he was ordered to shoot at 62-year-old Oleksandr Shelipov because he and his fellow soldiers believed that he was informing the Ukrainian military about their location.
The former German leader, a lobbyist for Russian energy companies and a friend of President Vladimir V. Putin, has declined to distance himself from Russia.
Dozens of recordings of a 2019 massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand, remain online, in a sobering reminder of the internet’s permanence.