Tomorrow marks the 20th anniversary of New York based Christian hip-hop festival Rap Fest, an evangelical music event that aims to reach communities for Christ.
Amy Grant's latest West coast tour run in support of her new album, How Mercy Looks From Here, had the singer spending sometime with the San Francisco Giants baseball team.
This fall, Christian rock and worship pioneers the Newsboys will help "change the world" with their Restart Tour in promotion of their new album of the same name.
A group of singing nuns made Billboard Chart history by being at the no. 1 spot for classical traditional music for the 13th straight week.
Chris Tomlin is celebrating the recent RIAA Gold certifications of his 2010 album And If Our God Is For Us... and his 2009 Christmas album Glory In The Highest: Christmas Songs of Worship.
"The Love Dare Day by Day" yearlong couples book will be released in hardback Sept. 1, and will work to transform and deepen marriages.
Christian movie "Grace Unplugged" will enter theaters Oct. 4, and B&H Books is pushing the film along with two new books to accompany it.
Singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman announced his latest record, The Glorious Unfolding, will be released on Sept. 30.
Iconic Christian rock band Stryper is releasing a new studio album, NO MORE HELL TO PAY, on Nov. 5 in North America. It will be on standard CD and deluxe digipak featuring exclusive video content.
Writer/producer Phil Lollar launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter for his new independent audio drama, Iliad House.
A new web series called "Jesus 2015" will focus on the Second Coming of Jesus in today's modern society, and is looking to raise funds via fund raising site, Indiegogo.com.
Christian platinum-selling rock band Skillet will be appearing at the 50th anniversary of the "I Have A Dream" speech.
Outspoken Christian evangelist Pat Robertson declared murdering someone in a video game was the same as murdering someone in real life, on a recent episode of the 700 Club.
Everyday it appears new efforts are being made to remove God and the work of Christians in the country's public schools, but new ministries are sprouting up with unconventional ways to "beat" the system and get Jesus in the classroom.
Pastor and no. 1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. David Jeremiah will be joining together with Kari Jobe and MercyMe in celebration of The Jeremiah Study Bible at Madison Square Garden Dec. 5.
Alternative rock band Sanctus Real has announced "The Run Tour," will see them travel to 30 cities across the U.S. starting September 19 and ending in November.
Mastering Life Ministries announced this year's "Pure Passion" award winners are Jonathan and Elaine Daugherty of Be Broken Ministries, a ministry that reaches out to porn and sex addicts with scripture and Christ's love.
Joel Osteen is coming to network television on Sunday mornings at 11:30 a.m. ET on WNBC 4 New York.
The Newsboys are releasing their new album, Restart, on September 10, and they promise the record will "take the music further."
Pop/rock bands Building 429 and The Afters are performing a benefit concert for John Handley High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes (JHHS FCA) in Winchester, Virginia.
NBA star Jeremy Lin is getting a documentary movie made on his rise to superstardom as the polarizing figure of Linsanity.
Instruments of Joy, a Christian non-profit group is looking to spread the love and passion for music through sponsors and donations for the glory of Jesus.
Well known escape artist and evangelist Anthony Martin will be attempting a daring and life threatening escape stunt that he originally tried 25 years ago. This time, he upped the difficulty.
Christian rock band Petra is releasing an exclusive CD project on July 30 featuring the band's greatest hits over their 40-year career.
Jars of Clay is releasing their new album, Inland, at the end of August, and in promotion of record they did a special session with NoiseTrade.