Pastor Donnie McClurkin believes Christians should leave protesting President Donald Trump to the world and shift their focus.
Even after the Atlanta Falcons suffered a devastating loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI Sunday night, pass rusher Vic Beasley Jr. is still glorifying God amid his disappointment.
For some NFL stars making their way to Super Bowl LI, a faith in Jesus Christ will be accompanying them on the quest for a championship ring.
In its 18th year, the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration is back with a new city and some of the best performers in the Christian music industry to commemorate one of the largest sporting events of the year -- Super Bowl LI.
Nine years since CeCe Winans released her last solo album, she's back to do more than just reclaim the ears of fans who've supported her for three decades. She's ready to capture the hearts of their children, and their children's children, with a bold new sound.
LeToya Luckett doesn't agree with the policies of President Donald Trump, but she has decided to focus on the sovereignty of God.
Tina Campbell is making it clear that the open letter she wrote to President Donald Trump last week was not written with any hidden or selfish intentions.
"American Idol" alumna Jordin Sparks frequently shares insights about her Christian faith with her 1 million fans on social media and in her latest post she reveals Jesus' "most important commandment."
Kirk Franklin is apologizing to fans after the self-proclaimed "non weak, no punk Christian" fired a series of tweets at a controversial pastor who bullied his daughter.
NBA star Steph Curry will be giving his first convocation speech at Liberty University next month where he'll be combining his passion for faith, philanthropy and sneakers.
Kari Jobe is honoring her sister who suffered a miscarriage with her new song, "The Garden."
Angela Simmons is letting over four million fans know that she trusts where God is leading her.
Could gospel music be a conduit to repair racial divides in the body of Christ? Phil Thornton, the SVP and general manager of RCA Inspiration, believes so. Just before Friday's release of the 20th edition of the gospel music compilation record and DVD, WOW Gospel 2017, Thornton told The Christian Post that he and his team are working to bridge the gaps that exist in the Christian community through music.
Meagan Good is proving to be more than just a pretty face capable of portraying a desirable love interest on screen. In her latest film, the Christian actress is serving both laughs and inspiration as she illustrates the struggles that take place on the journey to love.
Nearly a decade after praying at the notorious Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, entertainment mogul Tyrese Gibson is reflecting on the deep impact that the moment had on his faith.
Jeremy Lin is asking fans to pray for him as he tries to overcome frustrations with God after suffering his third hamstring injury this season.
When gospel singer Deon Kipping announced that he had stage three cancer, members of the gospel music community took to social media to call their fans to action in prayer.
The nation has heard Tina Campbell sing the Lord's praises for years, but now one-half of Grammy Award-winning gospel music group Mary Mary is using her platform to cite biblical reasons why people should pray for President Donald Trump.
Ciara and her NFL star husband Russell Wilson became poster children for abstinence when they publicly announced they would not engage in sex before marriage. Now the singer-songwriter is revealing that the biblical principle of being equally yoked had a hand in her decision.
Meagan Good may not be a supporter of President Donald Trump's public persona, but she is insisting that he is still a human being in need of prayer.
Gospel singer Travis Greene says he almost allowed the "fear of man" to stop him from performing at one of President Donald Trump's inaugural balls after his swearing in ceremony last Friday.
An increase in faith-based films has drawn Christian audiences to movie theaters over the past few years, but the new movie "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" is also seeking to identify with non-believers.
Steve Harvey is remembering that God is in control after landing in hot water with people who have accused him of racism and expressed disapproval of his decision to meet with president-elect Donald Trump.
Sadie Robertson is getting transparent about how she overcame her two-year battle with anxiety that often made it hard for her to sleep.
When millennial gospel music stars Jonathan McReynolds and Travis Greene were invited to take part in president-elect Donald Trump's inaugural events this week, the two reacted very differently. While Greene accepted to invitation, McReynolds did not and both are citing spiritual reasons for doing so.