"A.D. The Bible Continues" picked up with the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the second episode of hte miniseries on Sunday night, and used the gospels of Matthew 28 and John 20 to continue to tell the story of mass confusion and conflict.
Ex-NFL Quarterback: America Has Too Much Performance-Based Value System; God Loves Even Losers (Interview)
In a recently released inspirational book designed to help people overcome personal tribulations and sorrows in life, former NFL quarterback Jeff Kemp asserts that people need to rejoice in their trials, pains, sufferings and griefs because they serve as opportunities to "run to Jesus" and "experience more of his love."
'A.D. The Bible Continues' Series 'Certainly Is a Christian Project,' But It Is Not Just for Christians, Actors Say
The Jewish actor portraying Peter, the disciple whom Jesus Christ described as the "rock" on which he would build his church, insists that Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's new "A.D. The Bible Continues" series is not targeted only at Christian viewers.
Tim Tebow may no longer be impacting people on the football field, but he's keeping busy by taking on public speaking engagements that enable him to connect with his fans.
Jill Duggar is still recovering in the hospital after giving birth to her first child, a son named Isaiah David, on Monday.
'Duck Dynasty' Star Willie Robertson Reacts to Daughter Sadie's Viral Video: She Uses a Platform From the Lord
"Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson joined the millions of people responding to his daughter Sadie's inspirational video that encourages fans to find confidence in God.
'Left Behind 2' Is Coming, and This Time It Will Not Water Down Christian Message, According to Producer
A distribution deal for the sequel to the recent "Left Behind" movie that starred Nicholas Cage has been struck and a producer of the film says it will stick closer to the books and will be aimed specifically at the Christian audience.
Mo'nique has proven she does not shy away from tackling controversial roles including the abusive mother she played in the 2009 film "Precious" that helped her score an Oscar, but now she is looking to spark dialogue as the God fearing mother of a gay Christian son in the film "Blackbird."
Erica Campbell's "Help 2.0" continues to soar on Billboard's Top Current Gospel Chart, topping it at number one this week, while her new single "I Luh God" also makes waves.
Selena Gomez is celebrating her Christian faith despite being hard at work in the studio this week.
Fantasia Barrino recently called for prayer on social media after mourning the death of her grandmother, Apostle Addie Collins.
'Where Hope Grows' Star Kris Polaha Says Film Could Shatter Stereotypes About Down Syndrome and Save Lives
The star of Roadside Attractions and Godspeed Pictures "Where Hope Grows" Kris Polaha revealed the rewards of appearing in the family-friendly film that revolves around Down syndrome this week.
Deitrick Haddon is ready to share the gender of his upcoming bundle of joy with the world.
Candace Cameron Bure Returns to Film with 'Faith of Our Fathers' Starring Stephen Baldwin, Si Robertson
Pure Flix recently announced the July 1 release date for "Faith of Our Fathers," a new film commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War with a star-studded cast.
Grammy-award winning rapper Lecrae will perform on "Good Morning America" Thursday to kick off his Anomaly 2.0 tour.
The gospel music duo 21:O3 may have named their latest EP Outsiders, but they are proving that they belong on the gospel music scene with their latest project rising to the top of Billboard's Gospel Album chart.
Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" appeared on "Good Morning America" revealing the inspiration behind her viral YouTube video on Monday.
The record-breaking new film "Beyond the Mask" is hitting theaters across the nation today, boasting stunning special effects and a stirring experience for the entire family.
Carrie Underwood and her husband Mike Fisher celebrated Easter over the weekend with a verse from Scripture.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, creators of "A.D. The Bible Continues," have not shied away from pointing out that their new series includes an "accomplished cast hailing from more than 10 different nations." But that is because the couple has also acknowledged that they "could have done a better job in hiring a diverse cast" for their 2013 ratings blockbuster, "The Bible."