Republican Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton, some have begun to wonder how so many news organizations and experts got it wrong.
If President Trump succeeds in removing the oppressive Johnson Amendment, which limits freedom of speech from the pulpits, will Christian leaders be more outspoken ...
Andy Mason, author of the book God With You at Work, is spearheading a movement to help fellow leaders engage God's presence and bring the culture of Heaven to their workplace and transform the cities in which they live.
Popular gospel recording artist Pastor Donnie McClurkin of New York's Perfecting Faith Church says he's lonely and wants to have a wife, but is afraid of failing at marriage.
Russell Wilson's dreams of playing in Super Bowl LI were dashed when his Seattle Seahawks lost against the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday, but the quarterback is making it clear that he still has great reasons to praise Jesus.
Editorial cartoon on "Silence" movie
Samaritan's Purse has opened a much-needed field hospital located outside Mosul.
Words can kill.
Broadway actress Jennifer Holliday has backed out of appearing at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony this week after succumbing to pressure from her LGBT fans, to whom she apologized for her "lapse of judgment."
Five years after having to put his NBA career on hold to undergo an open heart surgery stemming from an aortic aneurysm, Jeff Green is counting his blessings and glorifying God for the opportunity to play professional basketball once again.
DeVon Franklin is teaming up with Dr. Mehmet Oz to teach people about honoring the Sabbath each week.
Kirk Franklin says he's dismayed that some people in the Christian community aren't open to him breaking beyond the boundaries of what they believe gospel music is supposed to sound like.
Taraji P. Henson's Message to 9.6 Million Fans: 'Pray for People' Who Can't Handle Your God Given Light
Taraji P. Henson is sharing a message with her 9.6 million fans about not dimming their God given light to appease others.
New York billionaire Donald Trump upended the political establishment to become president-elect in 2016 and come next Friday Jan. 20, he will waltz in celebration with his wife Melania at one of his inaugural balls as legendary singer and songwriter Paul Anka croons the lyrics of the song "My Way."
As the second season of National Geographic's "The Story of God with Morgan Freeman" approaches, the Academy Award-winning actor is making the bold claim that the three most prominent religions in the world took their tenets from the ancient religion Zoroastrianism.
One Million Moms, part of the conservative American Family Association group, has blasted Fox's comedy series "The Mick" as one of the most vulgar programs ever put under the TV-14 rating, promoting what it described as "child abuse and child exploitation at its worst."
American-British actor Andrew Garfield, who plays a 17th century Jesuit priest in director Martin Scorsese's "Silence" film, revealed that he was transformed while studying for the role, and found it surprisingly easy to "fall in love" with Jesus Christ.
Editorial cartoon on identifying cults
Editorial cartoon on persecution of Nigerian Christians
Editorial cartoon: is it ever too late to return to Jesus
Kirk Cameron returned to social media on Saturday to share his top New Year's resolutions and to reveal that he is now an ordained minister.
Leah Remini continues to highlight the abusive practices of the Church of Scientology which, as shown in the season finale of her A&E network docuseries Tuesday, includes mistreating people with mental illnesses and tormenting investigative journalists.
Hollywood actor Dennis Quaid will be starring in the upcoming film "I Can Only Imagine," which is based on the popular Christian song of the same name.
A very emotional cast of the hit Broadway musical "The Color Purple" spent their final moments on stage together singing a rendition of the gospel song, "Total Praise."
Editorial cartoon on United States and Christian persecution watchlist
Editorial cartoon on Christian calling
Editorial cartoon on social media and emotional adultery
Gospel singer Kim Burrell was berated by a myriad of celebrities and LGBT activists last week for preaching on the "perverted homosexual spirit" during a sermon at her church ahead of the New Year. But now, a number of people in the gospel music industry are publicly defending and praying for the minister.
Editorial cartoon on Alabama Supreme Court pro-life ruling
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