We have to share our devotion to our heritage
UrbanFaith sat down with Bishop Marvin Sapp to talk about everything from film to football and ministry to mental health.
Marriage Be Hard, but people be fake. Kevin and Melissa Fredericks aka KevOnStage and MrsKevonStage keep it real in this interview about their new book Marriage Be Hard
Brendan Slocumb to talk about his best selling book The Violin Conspiracy
Derrick says his famous brother was a man of faith who took the gifts that God blessed him with and multiplied them.
Gospel Artist Otis Kemp shares a few key nuggets of authentic wisdom for people trying to be a blessing while being blessed.
UrbanFaith sat down with Emmy nominated writer and director Kim Bass to discuss his newest film Tyson’s Run which is in theaters everywhere March 11.
Poitier, who died at 94 on Jan. 7, 2022, broke the mold of what a Black actor could be in Hollywood.
David E. Talbert, Director of Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey, has written and directed a delightful musical with more black and brown faces than you typically see in a movie of its type.
Kanye West’s “Donda” is now one of the highest-grossing albums of all time in the Gospel/Christian category, but many believers are still asking: is Kanye West’s “Donda” album a Gospel album?
Part one of the Gospel Throwback, a three-part series examining the emergence of contemporary gospel music.
CeCe Winans released a new album in March called “Believe For It,” and she debuted songs at her first live, virtual special called “An Evening of Thanksgiving,” which aired in February
UrbanFaith contributor sat down with Tamela Mann to discuss her most recent album, her career, and how her faith has led her to be an overcomer through every trial she has faced.
How can we hear and follow God in the midst of our fractured reality in ways that are faithful and life-giving? UrbanFaith sat down with the artist, activist, and creative Sho Baraka to talk about his new book He Saw That It Was Good, which helps us think through some of the most pressing questions in our world.
RESPECT tells the story of Aretha Franklin’s journey of faith and finding her voice. UrbanFaith sat down with Jennifer Hudson, the star of the film who portrays Ms. Franklin to discuss the themes of faith, Gospel, and how to find our voices from the film.
In her book, “All Along You Were Blooming: Thoughts For Boundless Living,” Morgan Harper Nichols not only expresses herself beautifully in both word and visual art, she offers a poetic balm to every person familiar with the sting of suffering.
The gospel artist said he continues to be ‘very vocal about the lack of the church’s voice in social issues.’