Christian music sensations Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael W. Smith concluded their historic "United Tour" this past weekend after performing together in 20 major markets to more than 50,000 people.
Over 62,000 people in over six different countries have been touched by an inspiring surf film that is being touted as an "amazing" outreach tool. Seven more live showings will be held before the year concludes.
A groundswell of prayers has been piling up for Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson following the deaths of her mother, brother, and nephew late last month.
Pro-marriage movie "Fireproof" has grossed over $20 million in less than four weeks, doubling the mark the filmmakers had hit with their last flick and eclipsing their budget 40-fold. "We are thrilled with Fireproof's astonishing reception."
With Bible illiteracy plaguing Christians in areas even where Scriptures are in abundance, one bishop is urging churches to use hits by bands such as U2 and the Beatles to help their congregants connect with the teachings contained in the Bible.
Many say Christian entertainment is a good couple of years behind mainstream entertainment, with some placing Christian radio behind by about five years and others even claiming that Christian media in general is more than a decade behind.
A traveling Christian rock/ministry festival "in a box" will hit the New Orleans area Saturday, bringing with it Christian music sensations newsboys and DecembeRadio as well as the recently reunited Sixpence None the Richer, among others.
The inspiring drama "Saving God" released on DVD Tuesday and will be one of ten Christian films shown free at the weeklong Orlando Christian Film Festival.
A reality show that features some of the nation's top Christian artists, including Krystal Meyers and Hawk Nelson, will make its series premiere Friday. "Revolve: Rockin' The Road" follows the cast and crew of The Revolve Tour.
After serving as a major voice for abstinence in her previous best-selling book, Christian songstress Rebecca St. James is challenging readers of all ages to join her on the journey to "everyday radical living."
Faith-based movie "Fireproof" made the weekend box office top ten for a third consecutive week after initial figures placed it at No. 11. According to final figures, "Fireproof" grossed $3.14 million over the weekend, edging out "City of Ember."
The release date for independent feature film "Wesley" has been moved to early 2009 after having once been scheduled for debut between the release of faith-based films "Fireproof" and "Billy: The Early Years."
The first-ever Creation Festival Tour kicked off Thursday and will make its way across more than 30 cities with performances from some of the top names in Christian music. The "mini Creation on wheels" is being headlined by BEC Recordings band Kutless with special guests Thousand Foot Krutch and Pillar.
"Billy: The Early Years" releases in more than 280 theaters across 15 states this weekend, just weeks ahead of the famed evangelist's 90th birthday.
Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling artists Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman will kick off their historic joint tour Thursday with plans to hit 19 cities through early November.
Faith-based movie "Fireproof" hung in the box office top ten this past weekend, raking in $3.99 million across 852 locations. Over the past two weeks, the pro-marriage flick has pulled in $12.4 million.
One of the largest Christian music festivals in Northern California might be getting more wet than wild this weekend with a 90 percent chance of rain looming over the city of Calistoga.
Christians are calling for a boycott of the anti-religion comedy "Religulous," which debuts this weekend on the big screen. Or at least two self-proclaimed "Christian rockers" have in a YouTube video viewed more than 57,000 times in the past month it's been up.
Christian rock band Starfield will be returning to the United States this month to kick off their first headlining U.S. tour.
Pro-marriage flick "Fireproof" debuted at No. 4 over the weekend with $6.5 million and had the year's second highest grossing opening weekend return of any film released on 1,000 screens or less, according to studio estimates Sunday.
After Christian rock band Delirious? wraps up their concerts in South America this weekend, the five-man group will be heading home to the United Kingdom where they will head out some of their last-ever U.K. shows.
The highly-anticipated pro-marriage movie "Fireproof" heads into theaters this weekend with the hope of making a big splash that will ripple across the nation.
The third season of TV program "The Way of the Master" is currently available on DVD and the show's hosts are hoping that it will not only help churches and ministries spiritually, but also financially.
The Christian alternative to the highly popular video game "Guitar Hero" hit stores Thursday and promises to have guitarists of all levels "rockin' with the best while praising the Lord!"
To some, watching David Tyree's Super Bowl winning catch earlier this year was like witnessing a miracle of biblical proportions.