Out of all the Biblical teaching she has shared with millions of followers on social media, Sadie Robertson is revealing the one scripture that happens to be her favorite.
On the heels of co-hosting the summer talk show pilot "Preachers," pastor Jamal Bryant is coming back to television with the help of his significant other, R&B songstress Charlene "Tweet" Keys.
Even though the Jeremy Lin phenomenon known as "Linsanity" died down years ago for most people, a comic writer hasn't forgotten it and is honoring the Brooklyn Nets star with his own Marvel Comic book.
Adams previously spoke to The Christian Post about being the first woman in gospel music to have a morning radio show in a market dominated by men.
If it were not for God, actress Taraji P. Henson knows she would not have a makeup line.
Before releasing her memoir detailing her life with her famed basketball legend husband, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Cookie Johnson is dedicating her upcoming book to God.
Fans of football and prime time television may be unknowingly getting exposed to Christian hip-hop, since one of the genres up-and-coming rap star's Christon Gray is featured on commercials for the upcoming FOX show "Lethal Weapon."
Tim Tebow's years of missionary work may have prepared him for minor league baseball.
One North Carolina pastor is gaining national attention for appearing on comedian Steve Harvey's "Family Feud" game show looking strikingly similar to the host.
Manny Pacquiao admits he was wrong to compare gay people to animals, but stands by his biblical beliefs concerning homosexuality.
Fans of Tyrese Gibson are used to reading his spiritual insights on social media from time-to-time. And two days ago the singer and action movie star rebuked spirits before millions of his followers.
Tim Tebow's Book 'Shaken' Speaks to 'Trusting God When Our Lives Take an Unexpected Turn,' Says Judah Smith
Most of the world won't get to read Tim Tebow's second book until it debuts next month, but some well known Christian pastors are already singing its praises.
Before Adrienne Bailon started dating her fiancee Israel Houghton, the talk show host reveals that she wanted to set him up on dates with her friends.
After wowing the world with her historic Olympic performance in Rio De Janeiro, Simone Biles is preparing to release her memoir, "Courage to Soar," this fall.
R&B singer Jennifer Hudson quoted a verse from Proverbs earlier this week to reveal that she hasn't strayed far from her Christian roots, and is still the same girl who sang solos at church.
Six months after Antonio Cromartie was cut from the New York Jets, the NFL player is glorifying God for another opportunity to play professional football after being picked up by the Indianapolis Colts.
Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton dated for only six month before they got engaged. Now, the bride-to-be is revealing how she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with the Christian singer.
Instead of speculating about alleged marital problems between celebrity couple Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert, fellow Christian entertainers David and Tamela Mann are calling on people to pray.
NBA star Dwight Howard is glorifying God for the release of his new basketball shoe with Chinese sportswear company Peak Sport.
Instead of living in fear, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday is putting all of his faith in Jesus as his pregnant wife, Lauren, battles a newly discovered brain tumor.
Instead of focusing on whether NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is right or wrong to remain seated during the national anthem as a form of protest, Benjamin Watson is defending his decision to honor "The Star Spangled Banner."
Jeremy Lin is already thinking about his newborn nephew developing a relationship with Jesus Christ.
In the midst of speculation about her marriage, Tamar Braxton has decided to speak publicly about her relationship with her husband of 13 years, Vincent Herbert.
When Jennifer Garner is away, Ben Affleck makes sure to uphold her values by taking their three children to church.
Pastor Jamal Bryant is going above and beyond to show his support for NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick by not only wearing his jersey during a sermon on Sunday, but also by encouraging his entire congregation to remain seated during the national anthem.