Breakfast with Scot, a movie about two homosexual men, one who is a former Toronto Maple Leafs hockey player, is being campaigned against by opposing Christian groups before it has even finished filming.
Two-time Grammy winner Third Day added one more to their pile on Sunday, bringing home their third from the 49th Annual Grammy Awards.
The 49th Annual Grammy Awards aired Sunday night, honoring musics premier performers from throughout 2006.
Salem Communications Corporation, one of the leading Christian and family-themed media providers, has recently acquired Christian Music Planet from the Educational Media Foundation (EMF), a California based Christian radio broadcaster.
Grammy Award-winning pop rock group Casting Crowns moved into the number one position on three radio charts last week, making it their sixth straight No. 1 single.
The award-winning Christian group Jars of Clay has created its most unique music video, one consisting completely of its fans cell phone videos.
A Snickers commercial that aired during the Super Bowl and featured two car mechanics accidentally kissing was immediately pulled from the airwaves following complaints from several gay rights organizations that labeled it as homophobic.
Verizon Wireless, which boasts the largest wireless network, has teamed up with Unity In Values, a main distributor in Christian mobile content, and created the first ever Christian-oriented V CAST channel.
Walden Media, the company that brought The Chronicles of Narnia to the silver screen, has recently announced its intention of adapting yet another C.S. Lewis work.
FoxFaiths newest movie release, The Last Sin Eater, will be reaching cinemas nationwide today.
The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York, one of the worlds most recognized science centers, will unveil its new human evolution exhibit this coming Saturday.
Top contemporary Christian artist and mainstream crossover Mat Kearney will be featured on two late night shows this week.
More Christian publishing companies are beginning to struggle amid dropping church attendance, dwindling Sunday school classes, and competition with secular vendors.
Alternative Christian rock band Switchfoot has recorded a new music video in which they cover Beyonces top single Crazy in Love.
A unique book has been released urging Christians to recover the supernatural world and to experience miracles on the earth today.
Alabama, the legendary country band that has 32 No. 1 Billboard singles, has announced the release of its follow-up Christian album titled Songs of Inspiration II.
Hunter Smith, punter for the Indianapolis Colts, just won a Super Bowl this past Sunday in Florida, but has now moved in a new direction - signing a record contract with Christian label INO Records.
Focus on the Family has joined in the criticism over a new documentary by the daughter of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, noting the directors targeting of non-conventional believers.
Entries are now being accepted for another Christian talent search contest modeled after the top FOX program American Idol.
A new documentary called Heart of a Soul Surfer will tell audiences the true account of the life of a Christian surfer who became the victim of a shark attack when it premieres this week.
One of CBSs popular sitcoms drew complaints from the Parents Television Council, just one month after the show irked Christians with its vulgar adaptation of a Christmas carol.
The National Football League recently sent out a reissued policy regarding churches showing the Super Bowl among their congregations.
Pace Law School in White Plains, N.Y., has rejected a Christian student groups request for recognition on campus, claiming that its beliefs were too narrow.
The president of a consortium of denominational seminaries urged black congregations this week to condemn gangsta rap in their churches.
Christianity Today recently announced its 10 Most Redeeming Films of 2006 with the top spot going to The Nativity Story, a movie that made history by being the first ever to premiere at the Vatican.