The final book by legendary basketball and life coach John Wooden will be released in July instead of September, announced his publisher this week.
Christian rock pioneer Dana Key died from a ruptured blood clot Sunday night at the age of 56.1 comments
Legendary basketball and life coach John Wooden died of natural causes Friday evening, just months shy from what would have been his 100th birthday.
American evangelist Franklin Graham concluded his third evangelistic festival in Brazil Saturday night, preaching to over 25,000 Brazilians in the city of Belo Horizonte.
Comedy Central is in the process of developing an animated TV show that features Jesus Christ as “the ultimate fish out of water” despite efforts the all-comedy network had made recently to censor a more-controversial-than-usual episode of “South Park.”
One week after debating the issue of gay adoption with talk show host Rosie O’Donnell, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee sat down with fellow conservative Sean Hannity to comment on the contentious yet “respectful” debate, boiling down his point into a single statement.
The director of the latest faith-based movie to hit the big screen sent out a message this week asking for help from those wanting to touch millions of lives.
Award-winning Christian music artist Jennifer Knapp has returned from a seven-year hiatus with a bang.
Faith-based movie “Letters to God” rounded out the box office top ten in its debut weekend with a gross of $1.25 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.
An upcoming film about a man who files suit against Satan and finds himself with “the trial of the century” is currently in post-production and expected to hit theaters in 2011.
For the past month, two teams of movie promoters have been traveling from city to city to rally support from local church leaders in America for an upcoming faith-based film about cancer and hope.
For those who have been unconvinced by the hailed turnaround of professional football player Michael Vick and his self-professed return to Christ since his involvement in an illegal dogfighting operation was brought to light, the upcoming BET reality series that he’ll be starring in should lay doubts to rest.
Outspoken Christian Quarterback Kurt Warner announced his retirement from the National Football League on Friday, thanking God for the opportunities he received both on and off the field.
Faith-based flick “To Save a Life” didn’t make it into the box office top ten on its opening weekend but saw success similar to “Facing the Giants,” which went on to be recognized as one of the most inspirational movies of 2006.
For a number of Christian moviegoers, this weekend might be much tougher than most to decide which film to watch.