Category Archives: Christian Entertainment

Diane and Mildred’s Gospel Arts: Lifting Up Jesus and the Hope in People’s Hearts


“If you’re young, adult, senior, healthy, depressed, feeble or indifferent, this music is just for you!” That’s what the press release from Christian NewsWire says.  The release is truthful, but it’s true because these ladies are humbly serving the Lord with a loving spirit.   After Sister Diane McCoy was so gracious to return the call left by the editor of this publication, there is absolutely no doubt that that is the case.  Her demeanor is warm, gentle, and born of God’s grace and mercy.   That’s just her spirit that was detected in a short conversation, but the music that she and her partner MIldred perform along with the Gospel Music Arts Band, praising our Lord and Savior Jesus conveys that spirit as well.  Their gospel show, Diane and Mildred’s Gospel Arts, features other bluegrass and country gospel music performers as well, such as New Harvest, and the Holston River Boys. Diane and Mildred live worlds apart (New York and Tennessee), but by God’s grace, their alliance has proven a powerful contender for a wide audience eager for spiritual fulfillment.


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(H/T: Christian Newswire)

John 13:12-15 (As I Have Done)


Shayn Roby’s Take: Indeed he who is the most humble servant is the greatest in the eyes of our Lord and King Jesus.

THE RIVER WALK

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After washing their feet, he put on his robe again and sat down and asked, “Do you understand what I was doing? You call me ‘Teacher’ and ‘Lord,’ and you are right, because that’s what I am. And since I, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you ought to wash each other’s feet. I have given you an example to follow. Do as I have done to you. (John 13:12-15)

Read: Zechariah 9:1 – 14:21

Relate: In the book of Acts the word translated “Christian” (Christianos) appears twice and both times seems to have a derogatory context. The first is in Acts 11:26 where the Antiochans coined the nickname and the second is when Herod tells Paul, “Almost you persuade me to become a “Christian”. Often I hear the meaning of this given as “little Christs”. Not quite. Another common misconception is that it is a slave term since the…

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God Is Not Dead: Jesus Lives


God Is Not Dead, is a must see film that quite frankly, will change your life if you allow the Holy Spirit to speak to you during the film.  This statement is not being put forth in a flippant manner.  This film was produced with one thing in mind, exalting our Lord, The Great I am and Jesus, The Living Word, the Original Light ,who became flesh among men.

GOP Fueling Record ‘Duck Dynasty’ Ratings


Shayn Roby’s Take:  The clean humor and Christian values displayed in Duck Dynasty episodes is what draws Southern conservative viewers to the show. In a related matter, it is worthy to note that ‘Duck Dynasty Commander Phil Robertson will be appearing onstage tonight at “The Harvest Crusade” with evangelist Greg Laurie as they seek to win thousands of people to our Lord and Saviour Jesus, who gave His life, so that we might be delivered from the bondage of our sins. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Hollywood/2013/08/24/Republicans-Fueling-Record-Duck-Dynasty-Ratings-Urbanites-Tuning-Out

‘Duck Dynasty’ Star: We’re Using Hollywood to Spread Gospel


‘Duck Dynasty’ Star: We’re Using Hollywood to Spread Gospel.  In a related story, “Duck Dynasty Commander” Phil Robertson will be joining evangelist Greg Laurie onstage tonight at Angels Stadium at The Harvest Crusade in Anaheim, CA.  This will be another opportunity embraced by the efforts of members of the Duck Dynasty show to preach the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus, the Christ.

Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty

Phil Robertson spoke at The Harvest in Anaheim on August 25, saying, “Jesus is the Only Way to Heaven”

Image Credit:  Shayn Wallace Roby

Article updated after The Harvest on August 25th.

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Legacy: What Kind Will Each of Us Leave?


While cruising through the social media world of Twitter, sometimes a gem dripping with profound value is stumbled upon and is worthy of sharing just because it may have a meaning that grips the heart and soul of almost anyone that encounters it.  It is the opinion of the editor of ShaynRoby.com that this song “Legacy” by Nicole Nordeman (whom the editor remembers from childhood in Colorado Springs) fits that category.

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May we all think about our legacy and strive for it to be one that rests in the hearts and souls of those that knew us, and for it to be one that benefits others for years or even centuries after we have left this earth.