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Brandi Hunter

Content Creator / Freelance Writer

I write about Memphis, faith and entrepreneurship, and produce videos and podcasts and design websites.

Faithfully Magazine
Duck Boat Survivor Tia Coleman's GoFundMe Campaign Raises Over $700,000

11 Views Tia Coleman, the Christian mother who lost nine family members when a Missouri duck boat capsized and sank, has received more than $700,000 in public donations since her personal story was revealed last week. Coleman, 34, lost her husband and their three young children in the accident.

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Anthony Evans Shakes Off Expectations With New Album 'Everything Else'

12 Views Anthony Evans is singing his truth with the release of his ninth studio album, "Everything Else." The album's nine songs are a byproduct, he said, of difficult times in his life that he details in his newly released book, Unexpected Places: Thoughts on God, Faith, and Finding Your Voice .

High Ground News
Memphis mosques gear up for four weeks of "Muslims in Memphis" festivities

In 1984, Muslim community leaders living in Memphis purchased a property near Memphis State University to provide a worship and community space. Back then, only three of the seven mosques currently open in Memphis existed. Muslim students at Memphis State and Muslims who lived near the university needed a convenient place to pray.

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CeCe Winans, Son Team Up on 'Something's Happening!' Christmas Album

15 Views CeCe Winans has graced this holiday season with "Something's Happening! A Christmas Album," an 11-track recording that features five original songs and accompaniment from a full orchestra. The 12-time Grammy winner said her fourth holiday album The big sound comes from the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Tim Akers and recorded at Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, Croatia.

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Faith and Mental Health: Finding Sanctuary in Therapy

30 Views As Americans' opinions about counseling continue to trend more positively , the church has room to improve its efforts to eliminate the tension between faith and mental healthcare. Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, licensed psychologist and host of the "Therapy for Black Girls" podcast, said she has seen a bit of progress in that area.

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Jonathan McReynolds Talks Getting Over Himself, Making Room for God

29 Views Jonathan McReynolds intends to make room for rest and celebration after an "incredible" 2018. The 29-year-old musician toured the U.S., received two Grammy nominations for his chart-topping third studio album, "Make Room," and published his first book of the same name.

High Ground News
Chocolatier Phillip Ashley Rix brings designer delights to Madison Heights

Dubbed a "real life Willy Wonka " by Forbes Magazine and the "King of Chocolate " by Black Enterprise, Memphis-based chocolatier Phillip Ashley Rix has spent six years building his empire. Now after a six-month hiatus to relocate, renovate and regrouping, Phillip Ashley Chocolates is up and running again in Madison Heights.