Posts tagged "Love"

When Your Plans and Your Faith Fail

Journey with me to 2010. October to be exact. I was in my senior year of college. I was 22 years-old, majored in Biology, and minored in Math. I was headed to medical school, because that's what most biology majors do; go to med-school. Problem was, I had Read More →

14 Women in Black History

From one week known as “Negro History Week” in 1926, established by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, to being celebrated as Black History Month in 1976, February is a time of national recognition of black history and accomplishments. It is a month dedicated for us to deliberately Read More →

Fall in Love or Stir it Up?

The following is a guest post, written by freelance writer Lamar Gibbs, a Wade-O Radio listener and supporter. Gibbs bio and contact info can be found at the bottom of this post.  If you're interested in guest blogging, please contact our managing editor, Mikaela If there is Read More →

Relationships: Picking up the Broken Pieces

When it comes to a difficult breakup, how do you recover? Build A Better Us co-founder BJ Thompson gives some encouragement on how to pick up the broken pieces.

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5 Myths about Singleness

This is a collaboration piece by Wade-O Radio Team members Rasheda and Mikaela.

With 'National Single Awareness Day' aka Valentine's Day here, I could not let this commercialized event pass us by without expressing my sincerest disdain for so many people profitting off of the idea of love. Ok, Read More →

Free Download – Natalie Lauren – ‘Cliff Notes EP’

Singer-Songwriter-Rapper Natalie Lauren has been steadily working to release her latest project, her songwriters EP Cliff Notes: Songs when exploring love. Lauren describes the project as "a story of pain, fear, trust, marriage and all that comes with love. It's fact and fiction." Lauren continues to describe the project Read More →

Why Forgiveness Hurts?

The following is a guest post, written by Christian Hip Hop artist KJ Golden.  KJ’s bio and contact info can be found at the bottom of this post.  If you’re interested in guest blogging, please contact our managing editor, Mikaela I had played this day out in my Read More →

How Christians Can Address Homosexuality with Love

The most memorable class I had throughout my college experience had to be my ethics class. I’m a relatively big nerd so the ethical debates and controversies are more than enough to peak my interests, but that isn’t what made it memorable; it was the way that my professor addressed Read More →

Album Review: Corey Paul – Grace, Love, Mercy

Disclaimer: All views presented in this Album Review are those of the album reviewer and not of DJ Wade-O.

As a hip-hop, head I love to find some artists that are off of most people's radars. There is something about that artist that attracts me to them. Whether Read More →

NEW MUSIC: Corey Paul – “Black Hearse” featuring Dre Murray

Check out the second single to Corey Paul's debut album Grace, Love, Mercy. "Black Hearse" features Dre Murray and expresses the importance of God's love.

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How To Know You’re a Hypocritical Christian

Hypocrites are everywhere. In the church, in the world, in my house, in yours. Whether it be sharing tips about fitness and healthy living as the only right lifestyle, but eating pizza every night for dinner. Or taking a stance against premarital sex then buying condoms for your upcoming Read More →

New Music: Corey Paul – “Grace, Love, Mercy” [AUDIO]

[soundcloud url="" params="" width=" 100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] Artist: Corey Paul Song: Grace, Love, Mercy Album: Grace, Love, Mercy Released by: Frontline Media Group Album Release Date: July 30, 2013 Check out the first single to Corey Paul's debut album "Grace, Love, Mercy." Paul breaks down the concept to his upcoming project with this statement: "This Read More →

WJWD: What Jesus Wouldn’t Do and Why

What ever happened to just being a Christian? Being saved by grace and sharing the love of Christ to lead others to that same saving faith. Does that even exist? As Christians, have we become so focused on our agenda that we do not focus on showing love to unbelievers? Read More →

3 Misconceptions about Christians and Depression

Hearing the news of the suicide of Pastor Rick Warren's son, Matthew, not only saddened the hearts of many but brought to light a condition that is running rampant in the Body of Christ: depression. More and more frequently, suicides are headlining the news. It is heart-breaking to read Read More →

Is The Cross Really Enough?

This is a collaboration piece by Wade-O Radio Team members Rasheda and Mikaela.

Christians. Human representatives of Christ. More often than not, we are bad ambassadors. Ever wondered why God chose you? Me? Any of us to do His will? He knew that we are/would be liars, Read More →
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