Nominations for the Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award are being accepted this year in eight categories – four more than previous years.
Gayle Haggard, the wife of disgraced evangelical leader Ted Haggard, has signed an agreement with Tyndale House Publishers to publish her memoir in January 2010.
International youth outreach organization Teen Mania Ministries has launched a new record label to develop the next generation of worship musicians and songwriters and to provide its young audience with an "authentic, relevant worship experience."
Gospel Music Channel (GMC) is currently in 45 million cable/satellite homes and projects 47.1 million homes by the end of 2009
American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) has announced the finalists for this year's Book of the Year Contest.
Popular Christian band Salvador will officially kick off this week's Kingdom Bound Christian Music Festival in Darien Center, N.Y., Sunday night with a Latin-tinged "praise party."
A Virgin Islands-born worship and youth leader was crowned winner of the Gospel Dream talent competition Wednesday, besting the other two remaining contenders in the television series' finale.
The American Idol-style talent search series Gospel Dream will be crowning the winner of its fourth season Wednesday, after six weeks of competition.
Creation Northwest concluded four days of music, speakers, fellowship, and camping Saturday at the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Wash.
Warner Bros. is considering adding a pro-adoption message at the end of their film "Orphan" when it comes out in DVD form, following nationwide protest from adoption advocates.
The winners of the 2009 Retailers Choice Awards were announced Monday during a press conference at the International Christian Retail Show in Denver.
The winners of the tenth annual Christy Awards were announced Saturday ahead of this week's International Christian Retail Show.
The Vatican's semi-official newspaper offered a surprisingly positive review of the latest "Harry Potter" film, saying that the moral values presented are more likely to stick with moviegoers than any appeal that witchcraft may have.
The son of the late Rev. Timothy Wright was installed as pastor of his father's church on Sunday, three months following the death of the Grammy-nominated gospel music singer known to some as the "Godfather of Gospel."
The International Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Museum has announced this year's inductees, who will be honored at its thirteenth annual induction celebration and fundraiser in late October.
The judges of the American Idol-style talent search series Gospel Dream have selected the top ten contestants to compete in the show's fourth season.
The nation's largest Christian music festival is drawing tens of thousands of worshippers, many of the nation's top Christian music artists, and renowned speakers including Ron Luce, Greg Laurie and Will Graham to the mountain ranges of Mount Union, Pa., for four days of praise, worship, teaching, and fellowship.
The fourth season of the American Idol-style talent search series Gospel Dream will kick off Wednesday night, starting with its initial set of thirty-six contenders.
Around 45,000 athletes and coaches across the nation will be participating this year in summer camps organized by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Christianity Today International is closing four of its publications and laying off 30 employees, according to an announcement Friday.
Independent Christian film "Pendragon: Sword of His Father" recently hit stores in DVD-format, just weeks after winning three awards at the Bare Bones Film Festival.
Global relief giant World Vision will kick off its first-ever summer concert series next month in hopes of getting sponsorships for more than 800 needy children before the tour's end.
More than 200 bikers will be concluding a 10-day cross country ride Sunday as part of an annual fundraising effort for children with serious illnesses.
Worship leaders, artists, worship teams, bands and songwriters from different backgrounds have gathered for the second annual "Inspire" conference in the Nashville, Tenn., area.
The search for America's next great gospel singer has ended - at least for this year - following an announcement Sunday heralding the winner of BET's televised talent search.