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Named one of the "70 Most Influential Black Christian History Makers by Black Christian News Network," Dianna Hobbs is Founder and Editor In Chief of EEW Magazine, the nation's leading web publication for women of faith and color. The publication is rated #1 in its niche with an active subscriber base of more than 1/4 million.
Hobbs is a well-known urban media specialist, author, blogger, recording artist, and speaker who is passionate about invading mainstream culture with a Kingdom message. Her compassionate heart, infectious personality, stellar communication abilities, passion for God, and people, is why she is beloved and respected by thousands of faithful supporters of her ministry.
As Host and Producer of Cross Culture in HD, Hobbs is aiming to bridge the gap that exists between the church and many of today's youth who are falling by the wayside. "I believe there is a real cultural disconnect when it comes to the church reaching today's youth," says Hobbs. "They are being unduly influenced by mainstream Hip Hop and its unhealthy focus on vanity, sex, violence, drugs, and illicit behaviors."
She believes leaders hoping to reach the youth need to modernize the method without compromising the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
"Cross Culture in HD explores how we can begin using urban evangelism as a great tool to impact this generation in a meaningful way," she says. "For me, it's all about winning souls to Christ and informing, strengthening, and encouraging the leaders who feel similarly called."
Hobbs hopes that highlighting the positive impact the urban Christian movement, particularly Christian rap, is having on millennials, will inspire more faith leaders to support it.
To learn more about Dianna Hobbs, visit her online at www.EmpoweringEverydayWomen.com.