Do you remember your 21st birthday? Sadly, I’m not sure that I do. I hope I had a great time 🙂 . It looks like gospel star Jekalyn Carr will be having a great time when she turns 21! On the heels of her #1 Billboard single “You Will Win,” and Billboard #1 chart-topping album One Nation Under God, GRAMMY®, Two-Time Billboard Music Award and GMA Dove Award-nominated and Stellar Award-winning artist, Jekalyn Carr is turning 21! (She has accomplished a lot by this age, huh?)
Lunjeal Music Group and Atlanta’s inspiration station, Praise 102.5 invites you to join Jekalyn Carr on April 22nd from 3-6 p.m. at New Mercies Christian Church in Lilburn, Georgia for an afternoon of praise and celebration. The concert is hosted by Atlanta’s own national syndicated radio personality, recording artist, and actress Darlene McCoy, who will be performing her single “Even Me” at the birthday bash.
Free to the public, Jekalyn and team are looking forward to great things ahead, as they celebrate this milestone in her life. To win VIP tickets, visit MyPraiseATL.com for more information.
New Series Will Follow the Grammy Award-Winning Power Couple as They Raise Their Family in a Faith-Based Household, While Juggling Multiple Thriving Careers...
I don’t know if I agree with this but TV One has announced the start of production in Los Angeles for the new original reality show WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS. The reality show follows gospel music power couple Warryn andErica Campbell as they balance raising their family, building their own individual empires, growing their flourishing church ministry and maintaining their strong faith. Married since 2001, WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS will allow viewers to follow Warryn and Erica as they manage their hectic daily work schedules while fostering a healthy marriage and raising three children with the help of their core group of family and friends.
At the center of this close-knit and loving musical family is Erica Campbell – in addition to her busy roles as a wife and mother, she is one half of the award-winning Gospel music super duo Mary Mary, an entrepreneur, co-host of the popular nationally-syndicated Reach Media program Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell and First Lady of a thriving church ministry. Her equally ambitious husband, award-winning music veteran Warryn Campbell, has produced music for many of today’s most influential artists, is the founder of record label My Block Inc., and Pastor of the fast-growing church ministry, California Worship Center.
WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS will film between the family home city of Los Angeles and Dallas, where Erica divides her time while taping her daily radio program. Slated to premiere in June 2018, the nine episode docu-series will highlight the obstacles many families face while trying to balance careers, maintain a healthy marriage, and raising their three children Krista, Warryn, and Zaya.
WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS is produced for TV One by Entertainment One (eOne). Executive Producers are Tara Long, Mark Herwick, Kim McCoy, Warryn Campbell and Erica Campbell; Co- Executive Producer is Narvin Russaw. For TV One, Tia Smith is the Executive in charge and Sr. Director of Original Programming & Production; Donyell Kennedy McCollough is Sr. Director of Talent, and D’Angela Proctor is Head of Original Programming and Production.
And it’s not like the other Campbells haven’t experienced infidelity too. On that show Black Love on OWN, Warryn Campbell revealed that he cheated on Erica with another woman and got the woman pregnant! See the revelation below:
I had never heard that before but it’s likely we, the viewing public, will learn even more about their marriage AND their children. Like I said, I will watch but I hope this show is only on for a short period not six seasons like Erica & Tina Campbell’s reality show Mary Mary. And remember when the show started, they were a solid duo and now when they perform together it’s a reunion for a special reason…
So will you watch Warryn & Erica Campbell’s reality show WE’RE THE CAMPBELLS on TV One?
During the official MLK50 commemorations, Pastor Terence Lester completed a 386-mile march to the Lorraine Motel in Memphis last week. In March, Pastor Lester left the National Center of Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta to embark on the journey on foot to Memphis in honor of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination. The purpose of Lester’s march is to revive Dr. King’s “The Poor People’s Campaign” and to spread awareness about the alarming epidemic of homelessness and poverty around the country. Lester moved the crowd from the Lorraine Motel stage from as he gave reflection of his journey and the importance of passing the baton for justice.
“Dr. King believed that the next step towards equality was to eradicate a system that even 50 years later today, still keeps people enslaved to poverty. Systemic poverty is a civil rights issue affecting millions of people across the nation,” says Pastor Lester founder and executive director of Love Beyond Walls. “This march is a testament to Dr. King’s legacy and sheds light on the harsh realities of homelessness, food insecurity and poverty. It is time for the next generation to pick up the baton and we are on the frontlines to leading the charge.”
Love Beyond Walls is a 501c(3) nonprofit based in Atlanta, Georgia. Through hands-on assistance programs offering a temporary mobile shelter and operating the Love Center which provides clothing, laundry and groceries to the underserved, Love Beyond Walls has helped hundreds of men and women transition out of homelessness and poverty.
Check out a video and few pictures from Pastor Lester’s video on the march below:
Pastor Terence Lester (center) leads March Against Poverty with his son and Gerald Griggs of NAACP Atlanta chapter by his side departing from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta.
Pastor Lester alongside wife Cecilia and children.
Pastor Lester makes friends with homeless U.S. military veteran, Chris, along the walk.
Pastor Lester and supporters join in the March Against Poverty.
Pastor Lester at the Alabama state line marker.
Pastor Lester continuing his march through the rain wearing a hoodie with text “Being Poor is Not a Crime”
Pastor Lester crosses into Mississippi.
After 30 days, Pastor Lester officially makes it to Memphis.
Local supporters join Pastor Lester to finish the remaining 3 miles in Memphis to the Lorraine Motel.
Pastor Lester at the Lorraine Motel.
Pastor Lester sharing reflections from his journey and the charge of the continuing Dr. King’s “Poor People’s Campaign”