Just four months after emerging from bankruptcy, Detroit is going to court to collect a combined $834,000 in unpaid electricity bills from a variety of…

Richmond, VA – Gospel recording artist, Pastor Marvin Winans, lead vocalist of the top ten Billboard hit son “Let the Church Say Amen” and “Draw Me Close” was the special guest and kick off speaker for St. Paul’s Baptist “Thunder on Thursday” series. The six time Grammy award winner and pastor of Perfecting Church in […]

Don’t miss “Faith on Friday” when “Co-Hosts Chris Thomas and The Belle talk to Pastor Marvin Winans on CW Richmond, Channel 65 @ 6:30pm.

Enjoy an Evening Celebration with Marvin Winans Senior Pastor of Perfecting Church in FULL CONCERT! Guest Emcee: The Belle   Saint Paul’s Baptist Church, 4247 Creighton Rd., Richmond, VA Wednesday, October 17, 2012 @ 7:00p.m Absolutely FREE to the Public!

Pastor Marvin Winans testifying in court and facing the men who attacked him Detroit, Michigan — For the first time sense he was carjacked Pastor Marvin Winans came face to face with the men accused of attacking him at a gas station in Detroit.   On Monday, Pastor Winans relived that horrible scene in court as he […]

Elev8 is excited to share with you new projects and developments in the life of Marvin Winans. Marvin Winans recently took to YouTube to speak…

Detroit, Michigan —Three young men were arraigned Sunday in the assault and carjacking of popular Detroit pastor and gospel singing icon Marvin Winans. The office of Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy identified the suspects as Detroit residents Montoya Givens and Christopher Moorehead, both 20, and Brian K. Young, 18, of Macomb County’s Clinton Township. They […]

Livestream Set For Whitney Houston’s Funeral A private funeral for Whitney Houston will take place in her hometown Newark, New Jersey on Saturday (February 18). There are no public memorial plans in place for the legendary singer, who died at the age of 48, but the funeral will be broadcast live so that fans can […]

Although New Year’s Eve church services were started in the mid-1700s by John Wesley, founder of the Methodist movement, the event, known as Watch Night, occupies a special place in black communities across America. In 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln announced that the Emancipation Proclamation would take effect Jan. 1, freeing all slaves in Confederate […]