When three Team USA hurdlers swept the 100 metres hurdles event at the Olympic games, Lolo Jones found confidence in God even though she wasn't able to participate in the event she has been working hard to qualify for.
She tweets live commentary during her husband Steph Curry's basketball games and shares intimate family photographs, but Ayesha Curry is making it clear that her family is living for God – not social media.
Monica Brown is including her biblical values in her business ventures by selling shirts with a scripture on them.
Russell Wilson is inviting his fans along for the ride as he combines two of his favorite pastimes – baseball and charity.
The doors to gospel star Travis Green's church are officially open, welcoming a number of high profile people to worship during its first official Sunday service.
Frank Ocean's latest critically acclaimed record, Blond, features the talents of a gospel music legend he has admired for some time – Kim Burrell.
Replacing the word "God" with "universe" could have an impact in how people who place their faith in science receive the Bible, according to music artist and producer Pharrell Williams.
The Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro were about much more than athletes winning coveted medals for their home country for some Olympians. The Christian Post rounded up five Christian Olympians who used their international platform to glorify God even without gold, medal or bronze hardware.
Months after gospel singer Israel Houghton stepped down from his position as worship leader at Pastor Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas, he was welcomed back with open arms when he attended a service last Sunday.
Simone Biles' spotlight appears to be getting even brighter with a range of political figures and entertainers proclaiming how much of an inspiration she as the first American gymnast to receive four gold medals.
Should Tim Tebow consider a career in professional wrestling?
Sadie Robertson is hinting at a new venture she is undertaking — the launch of her very own app.
After it was announced on TBN last week that Pastor Donnie McClurkin is "getting married," the gospel singer and his girlfriend, Nicole C. Mullen, clarified earlier this week that he has yet to pop the question and they are not engaged.
Angela Simmons, the daughter of the rapper-turned-minister known as Rev. Run, is praising God during her pregnancy with the help of Hillsong Worship.
Honoring God has resulted in Fantasia Barrino's new album The Definition Of... debuting at No.1 on the Billboard charts, according to gospel music singer Tasha Cobbs.
Before stepping onto the battleground of the NFL field, Russell Wilson isn't getting pumped up by rap,house or rock music like many of his teammates. He listens to gospel music.
When the world laughed at her and accused her of being unpatriotic, Gabrielle Douglas responded with love.
The Christian Post has rounded up a list of five Olympians whose Christian faith has helped them prevail when stumbling blocks could have prevented them from winning gold medals in Rio De Janeiro.
Benjamin Watson Says He's Inspired by Christian Faith of Olympic Divers David Boudia and Steele Johnson
Even though American football isn't an Olympic sport, two well-known NFL players who are fans of the international games say they've been inspired by members of the U.S. Olympic team who are using the platform to speak about their Christian faith.
Sadie Robertson is gearing up to vote in her first presidential election and says she doesn't want "haters" to attack her for endorsing Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Kirk Franklin says he and his wife engaged in "the worst fight" of their marriage 20 years ago and has decided to share the fallout from that incident so others can learn from his mistakes.
Michelle Williams is glorifying God for her latest role in the musical "Aida" after a successful opening night.
RCA Inspiration, the musical home of gospel music legends like Kirk Franklin, Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp and Fred Hammond, is making some major changes.
When approaching the divide that exists in the United States, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson looks to his Bible.
Aspiring to do more than build a culinary empire, Ayesha Curry is joining the campaign to end child hunger in America by teaming up with the nonprofit group No Kid Hungry.