Tye Tribbett is on a mission. When his new show "Joyful Noise" premieres on BET Sunday morning, the gospel music artist says he won't be trying to fill the shoes of the "Bobby Jones Gospel" program that had the timeslot for over 30 years. Instead, his focus will be on attracting a new generation.
Nate Parker, the star actor, co-writer and director of "The Birth of a Nation," says he now views his highly publicized college rape case from the lens of a "Christian man" who should have never put himself in a position in which a fellow student said she felt violated.
Instead of celebrating the success of her album "One Way," which is No.1 on Billboard's gospel music charts, Tamela Mann went on Facebook Live Saturday to talk about the death of Terence Crutcher who was shot by a Tulsa police officer last month.
In the first chapter of Tim Tebow's upcoming book, "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms," the athlete reveals the raw emotions that have been buried behind his trademark smile for years.
Death, addiction and disease plagued The Isaacs during the creation of their latest album Nature's Symphony in 432: A Journey From Pain to Praise, but the Grammy-nominated acoustic band was on a mission to complete the project to showcase the supernatural healing power of God.
Ayesha Curry has been piling her proverbial plate with the business of building her own food empire from scratch. But more than focusing on cementing a name for herself in the food industry, the cookbook author and future Food Network host is planning to use her platform to serve as a witness for Jesus Christ.
Even though the Jeremy Lin phenomenon known as "Linsanity" died down years ago for most people, a comic writer hasn't forgotten it and is honoring the Brooklyn Nets star with his own Marvel Comic book.
Fans of football and prime time television may be unknowingly getting exposed to Christian hip-hop, since one of the genres up-and-coming rap star's Christon Gray is featured on commercials for the upcoming FOX show "Lethal Weapon."
Six months after Antonio Cromartie was cut from the New York Jets, the NFL player is glorifying God for another opportunity to play professional football after being picked up by the Indianapolis Colts.