Article By Jennifer Williams “Girl, I’m sorry. You ain’t gone get no man without having sex,” said my then best friend. When I first told her about my switch in mindset and wanting to become abstinent, she seemed taken aback. “You can do whatever you wanna do, but that just sounds stupid if you ask […]

NewsOne asked ten eight frequent customers of the shop to share some of the most important lessons they've learned or heard while in the chair. Check out their nostalgic stories below.

According to the Labor Bureau of Statistics, for the first time since 1976, the number of singles is at 50.2 percent. Single people, for the first time, outnumber married people. People often associate loneliness with being single, but loneliness is something a person can feel or experience whether they are single or in a relationship. […]

Article By CBN Cheryl grew up with 7 brothers in the predominantly black Fifth Ward neighborhood located a few minutes from downtown Houston. Her mom and dad were godly people who were committed to teaching their family the things of God.  “Christ was always at the center,” says Cheryl.  She accepted the Lord as her […]

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Weeks after a woman attempted to call her out for being too revealing in her manner of dress, Meagan Good is clearing the air. During a discussion at Essence’s Women In Hollywood event, the actress addressed her critics. “What is considered modest or appropriate differs depending on any given culture and context,” Good toldEssence. “It […]

Article By Ashley Peterson One of the young ladies I mentor as a part of our singles ministry has been through a lot. At 17 years old, she was raped by her stepfather and as a result, became promiscuous. Now that she’s 21 and is learning about her identity in Christ, she holds on to […]

Across the country, low and middle-income families are increasingly concerned about the access to higher education for their children, a battle President Barack Obama has consistently fought during his two terms in office. In his 2010 State of the Union address, the then bright-eyed president – still riding the wave from his 2008 campaign that […]

The Rev. Brady Boyd believes there is no safer place to be Sunday morning than inside his church.  When Boyd takes to the pulpit at New Life Church, in Colorado Springs, Colo., he and the faithful are well protected. The 30-acre grounds are patrolled by uniformed police officers and an armed safety team made up […]

In an underdog win for a movie about an underdog profession, the newspaper drama “Spotlight” took best picture at a 88th Academy Awards. Tom McCarthy’s film about the Boston Globe’s investigative reporting on sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests won over the favored frontier epic “The Revenant.” McCarthy’s well-crafted procedural, led by a strong ensemble […]

Easter Sunday is a day when many “unchurched” people attend worship services, presenting a golden opportunity for pastors and church leaders to evangelize. In a recent post for his website Pastors.com, Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren offers pastors and church leaders these four questions to contemplate in preparation for Easter Sunday. 1. What Message Will […]

  Modesty can be a divisive topic, even within the Christian community. Two arguments usually come to mind: The first being legalism. The second, a “God doesn’t care what I wear, he’s more concerned about what’s in my heart” sentiment. So how much skin can a woman show before it’s a sin? Ayesha Curry, wife […]