Gospel singer Kim Burrell was berated by a myriad of celebrities and LGBT activists last week for preaching on the "perverted homosexual spirit" during a sermon at her church ahead of the New Year. But now, a number of people in the gospel music industry are publicly defending and praying for the minister.
Even though they were rivals on the basketball court this week, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Lebron James has been praying for New Orleans Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday, whose wife is recovering from brain surgery.
Lolo Jones posted her New Year's Resolution to read the entire Bible in 90 days and she has been quick to respond to people who believe she is rushing through the experience.
Sadie Robertson has heard all of the negative stereotypes associated with millennials, but now she is speaking up in defense of her generation.
Simone Biles made it from the foster care system to become an Olympic gold medalist, and now she wants to help other foster kids live their best lives.
Pastor Shirley Caesar says Christians are living in perilous times after fellow legendary gospel music singer Kim Burrell was publicly rebuked for condemning the sin of homosexuality in a sermon that was recorded at her church and made public on the internet.
As singer Ciara and her husband, Seattle Seahawks' quarterback Russell Wilson, prepare for the birth of their first child together, the doting mom took to social media to share another milestone in her family's life.
After suffering from two separate hamstring injuries that have kept him on the sidelines for much of the season, Jeremy Lin is choosing to focus on what God is teaching him from the setbacks.
DeVon Franklin didn't expect to baptize three people in the Jordan river while visiting Israel with his wife, but the Hollywood executive and minister says something incredible happened when he followed God's will to perform baptisms in the Holy Land on Saturday.
Actor Denzel Washington says being a celebrity is overrated and he doesn't want anything to do with fame.
Before their names grace any media headlines this year, some entertainers are starting 2017 by publicly reflecting on their relationship with God. The Christian Post is highlighting seven of those celebrities who are kicking off the new year by sharing some God centered lessons they are starting 2017 with.
Kirk Franklin is more than just a gospel music industry executive and veteran, he's also a fan of the genre who fears it could suffer the same fate as disco or rock 'n' roll.
Grammy Award-winning gospel musician Tye Tribbett says he could have lost his wife, Shante, in a near fatal car accident last week, but now the couple is sharing their story by praising God and shaming the devil.
Tameka "Tiny" Harris has yet to comment on recent reports that she's filed for divorce from her husband, Clifford "T.I." Harris, after six years of marriage. Instead, the singer-songwriter told her 3.4 million fans on social media that she's focusing on God's will, wherever it leads her.
Simone Biles, winner of five medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro, has been named female athlete of the year by The Associated Press.
Famous gospel singer Yolanda Adams says she would never judge entertainer Mo'nique Hicks' open marriage with her husband, Sidney Hicks, because she "knows her heart" and the good works she has done for people.
Erica Campbell is making her mark in the business world with her wig line, but the gospel singer recently revealed that prior to her new venture she had turned down a number of merchandising opportunities because they didn't meet the standards she has set for herself, as a Christian.
Denzel Washington says he identifies himself as something more than just a two-time Academy Award-winning actor. The star of the brand new motion picture "Fences" is making it known that he is a servant of God.
When famous Christian rapper Lecrae let over 1 million Twitter followers know that he was watching "#NBAXmas," multiple people chastised his decision to replace the word "Christ" with an "X."
Olympic gold medal winning gymnast Gabrielle Douglas, who says she was bullied on social media during the 2016 Summer Olympics for everything from her appearance to patriotism, is now working with tech companies on an anti-bullying campaign.
Now that Sadie Robertson is a high school graduate, she says she wants to go into ministry and is seriously considering attending seminary school.
Tyler Perry is encouraging fans to cultivate the gifts they've received from God so they can be a blessing to others and transform the world for the better in the New Year.
Cookie Johnson reveals why she decided to stick it out with her husband, former NBA star Earvin Magic Johnson, after repeated infidelities led to his HIV diagnosis while she was pregnant with their first child as a newlywed couple.
When veteran TNT sports sideline reporter Craig Sager was memorialized at Mount Bethel United Methodist Church in Marietta, Georgia, Tuesday, his life's impact on everybody from a pastor, gospel singer and NBA community were showcased.
Nearly three years after media reports named her as the victim of an alleged assault at the hands of her gospel music artist husband James Fortune, singer-songwriter Cheryl Fortune wants to help others overcome similar circumstances with her new song "Fighters."