We’re in the season of giving and as we inch closer to Christmas, stores are getting crowded, items are selling out. It’s no wonder online shopping is the new wave. So we kind of did it for you.
Still stuck on what to gift? Here are a few gospel goodies that’ll make a pretty nice stocking stuffer for everyone in the family!
1. THE KEYONDRA DOLL
Look familiar? Gospel singer and fashionista Keyondra Lockett teamed up with the ethnic Kenya Doll, joining the brand’s “Teen Scene” as one of Kenya’s singing friends who helps her get through challenges young girls face in junior high school. And get this: Keyondra’s the first gospel artist to get her own doll! Limited edition Keyondra Dolls are available for $14.99 at keyondralockett.com.
2. THE WORSHIP TOUR
Jonathan McReynolds, Travis Greene and Anthony Brown are gearing up for probably the biggest gospel concert since Kirk Franklin’s “20 Years in One Night” tour. Now, that was only earlier this year, but the point is: EPIC. Millennials are definitely due for The Worship Tour 2017. Tickets are available at theworshiptour.com.
3. BEANS, GREENS, POTATOES… #UNameIt
When life makes you a meme, make money! In case you missed it: The “beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes” part of Pastor Shirley Caesar’s “Hold My Mule” song was remixed over a hip beat and variations spread like wildfire. She’s selling a bunch of #UNameIt merch including cups, aprons, hoodies and more to benefit St. Jude and families who fell victim to Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. #UNameIt merch is available for $1.99-60 at unameitshirley.com.
4. DOPE APPAREL
Thanks to Instagram, we found this dope (no pun intended) clothing line that takes popular ’90s tv/movie logos like Martin, Rugrats & Do The Right Thing and turns them into faith slogans. Dope Faith t-shirts, hoodies and hats are $15-45 at dopefaith.com.
Where words fail, music speaks. If you follow the @gospelgoodies playlist on Spotify, you’ll see we’ve been rocking out to Todd Dulaney, Jekalyn Carr, Tim Bowman Jr., VaShawn Mitchell, Derek Minor and more lately – all a combo of worship and turn up at the same time. The gift of affirmation typically ranges from $8-13. For the digital saavy, iTunes and Google Play gift cards suffice!