Kirk Franklin knew creating an album titled "Losing My Religion" might shock people, but he thought it was an important conversation to have in a society where church attendance is on the decline.
Jared Allen hung up his football cleats at the close of the 2015-2016 NFL season, but that isn't stopping the defensive end from tackling the problems many wounded warriors are facing.
Weeks after revealing that his spiritual energy was being drained by participating in meet and greets with fans, Justin Bieber is making an exception for one admirer.
Audio Adrenaline's frontman calls it "crazy" to hear the band's song kick off the popular, newly released film "God's Not Dead 2."
In a cinematic world where faith-based films are getting the same amount of buzz as action packed blockbusters, Jeff Nichols believes his new sci-fi thriller "Midnight Special" will appeal to both audiences.
With all of the arguing taking place between sisters and Mary Mary group members Erica and Tina Campbell on their WE tv reality television show, the gospel singers are admitting that their public squabbles are not godly.
R&B star Ciara Harris reveals that she was praying for a God-fearing man before Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson stepped into her life and said God told him to lead her spiritually.
Tim Tebow does not have an NFL team to play for at the moment, but over 1,800 people are trying to change that in the form of a petition.
After splitting with her boyfriend Blake Coward, Sadie Robertson is keeping her focus on faith, family and her career.
More than just thanking her supporters for a seventh consecutive week at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts, Rihanna is glorifying God.
Tyrese Gibson is willing to share a message about God that some people may not be happy to accept.
Instead of charging fans of her music and hit "Mary Mary" television series to watch her perform, Tina Campbell is giving everyone an opportunity to experience her tour for free.
Some people may associate celebrities with glitz and glamour, but rapper Lecrae sees that behind the scenes, celebrities are insecure.
Michelle Williams writes gospel music to inspire others, but Christian author Mandy Hale has inspired her to heal from unhealthy romantic relationships.
Justin Bieber thanked God for helping him grow as a person after going through a dark period where he rebelled against the world while being scrutinized in the public eye.
Tracy Morgan is focused more on God and love than being angry at the man who almost took his life two years ago.
Two years after her mother passed away, singer Kelly Rowland is grateful to God that she is surrounded by supportive women.
Before Trai Byers became a memorable character on the hit FOX show "Empire", he was dreaming about acting at Bible camp.
Susan Sarandon claims to have had a supernatural experience with her rosary beads.
Tim Tebow inspires people, even without actively playing for an NFL team, and insists other people can join him in becoming role models no matter what their circumstances are.
Groot, a walking and talking tree character from the 2014 blockbuster hit "Guardians of the Galaxy," was inspired by Jesus Christ.
For almost a decade, Melissa Joan Hart played a witch on television, which drew the ire of some Christians. Now that she is portraying a very different role, that of a devout Christian teacher in the film "God's Not Dead 2," people still have something to complain about, says the 39-year-old actress. This time, however, her critics seem to be the opposite crowd.
Cliff Curtis used to be recognized for the villainous characters he played in movies, but now, people are recognizing him for his portrayal of Jesus Christ.
There are no special effects or bloody battle scenes featured in "God's Not Dead 2," but the movie does depict a war.
Sadie Robertson believes "God's Not Dead 2" will change lives.