Jordin Sparks is teaming up with gospel music singer Todd Dulaney to star in a play inspired by King Solomon.
There aren't many prominent working singers and actresses who can say they are a mother to eight children. Now that singer and actress KeKe Wyatt is pregnant with her ninth child, she insists God has anointed her for motherhood.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson and his wife, Cookie, shared their faith and advice on education and business with Lipscomb University students on Monday, where the former encouraged the millennials to not waste their education.
Steve Harvey revealed that Pastor Donnie McClurkin was one of the first people to challenge his faith.
Tim Tebow is assuring both critics and fans of his budding professional baseball career that he's taking the sport seriously and isn't just pursuing more publicity.
The Isaacs singer Sonya Isaacs Yeary and her husband, Jimmy Yeary, are glorifying God for the birth of their daughter years after suffering through a painful miscarriage.
In an age where millennials can access motivational messages online, countless young adults are uninterested in attending church. Instead of giving up on their age demographic, high-profile millennials in the Christian community are discussing what can be done to draw young adults into places of worship.
Lecrae is choosing not to publicly affiliate himself with Democrats or Republicans.
Sadie Robertson has been an open book when it comes to her love life, but now the reality TV star turned motivational speaker is considering more privacy with matters of the heart.
Some have questioned Tim Tebow's decision to pursue a professional baseball career but MLB legends are speaking up to support the former NFL star's decision.
Nicki Minaj publicly prayed in Jesus' name for newlywed gospel singer Tasha Cobbs, asking God to bless her ministry.
Gospel singer Fred Hammond is making a new movie to reach those who feel they've been forgotten by God.
Tye Tribbett is no politician but the gospel singer-songwriter has some words of advice for President Donald Trump. Tribbett was asked what he would tell the president if given 15 minutes to speak with him.
For 32 years the Stellar Awards have served as the premier gospel music event that honors those who've made an impact on the industry each year. Along with the awards given to the best in gospel entertainment come performances from notable voices in the industry.
Gospel singer Kierra Sheard comes from generations of renowned worshipers, but that doesn't mean she's afraid of exposing the dirty details of her personal life that might help save souls when the music stops.
Joseph Habedank's addiction to prescription drugs could have ended his music career, but God had other plans for the singer-songwriter who is using his voice and pen to highlight the resurrecting power of God.
How would a megachurch worship leader deal with the discovery that her husband is battling with homosexual desires?
Tyrese Gibson has made his vision for a sculpture inspired by Jesus Christ come to life, and now he's calling for fans to find a scripture that coincides with it.
Sarah Jakes Roberts is admitting that taking on the title of first lady at a megachurch comes with it's fair share of pressure.
Singer Jordin Sparks says she depended on scripture to help her complete the Los Angeles Marathon Sunday where she ran for over seven hours.
The famed '90s R&B quartet Xscape reunited after 18 years to sing the Christian hymn, "Give Me a Clean Heart."
Some people are afraid that the gospel music industry is in a state of decline, but singer-songwriter James "JJ" Hairston didn't let that stop him from launching a new record label.
Tamar Braxton says she's focusing on God instead of the negative feelings that once surfaced when she was fired from "The Real" daytime talk show last year.
Gospel singer Tim Bowman Jr. and his author wife Brelyn Bowman are bringing a brand new show to The Word Network that will cater to a younger generation.
There's a reason Sadie Robertson hasn't had to publicly deal with the consequences of making impulsive decisions like many of her famous peers. She has a five-second rule.