Thousand Foot Krutch and Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inductee Alice Cooper teamed up in order to benefit underprivileged teens this holiday season.
"Teen Mom's" Amber Portwood's father passed away on Tuesday evening, and now the star is in mourning for the man she credits with helping her turn her life around.
Bill Cosby will not be indicted on charges of sexually assaulting a minor 40 years ago.
Interview: Up-And-Coming LA Worship Leader John Coggins on Being Virtually Unknown, His Break at ChristmasLand Hillsong Concert
Saddleback Church Los Angeles worship leader John Coggins came to Hollywood via Tulsa, Oklahoma, just four months ago to simply grow his songwriting career and music production business, however, it appears God has more in store for him as doors are blowing wide open toward a career performing on stage as well, he said.
Adrian Peterson is the subject of a federal lawsuit filed by the NFL Players Association after an arbitrator decided not to grant him an appeal that could help him return to playing for the Minnesota Vikings this season.
"The Sing Off" competition show produced by Mark Burnett premieres Wednesday night on NBC and will feature groups of acapella singers competing for a chance to win $50,000. Melissa Green, a worship pastor and former member of the Christian contemporary group Avalon, will be competing on the show with the prison outreach group Timothy's Gift.
Born Again Rapper Hopsin Who Lost Faith, Says He's Leaving the Business to Go Live in Australia; Says MC Life 'Just Isn't for Me'
Born-again rapper Hopsin, who shook the Internet this summer when he irreverently revealed that he'd lost his faith in God on his latest album "Ill Mind of Hopsin 7" shocked fans again early Wednesday morning when he announced that he's leaving the music industry and is moving to Australia.
Lecrae released a music video for "Say I Won't" featuring Andy Mineo and a diverse cast including people of several different ages and backgrounds on Tuesday.
New York Premiere of 'The Interview' Canceled After Hackers Targeting Sony Pictures Threaten 9/11 Style Attack
The film premiere of the upcoming Sony Pictures movie "The Interview" has been canceled in New York after a group of hackers threatened an attack reminiscent of 9/11 in a series of emails. The hackers have protested against the comedy, starring James Franco and Seth Rogen, which depicts an assassination attempt on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Rihanna glorified God after becoming the new creative director for Puma in Herzogenaurach, Germany on Tuesday.
'Family Isn't Always Biological, It's Important to Find Family Where You Can,' Says 'Annie' Creative Executive DeVon Franklin
DeVon Franklin is the creative executive behind the upcoming "Annie" remake, which will be in theaters on Friday, Dec. 19. He spoke with The Christian Post about the project and the concept of family.
'19 Kids & Counting's Jim Bob Duggar on Movement to Have Show Removed From TLC: 'They Won't Succeed'
Jim Bob Duggar has spoken out about the recent efforts to remove his show "19 Kids & Counting" from TLC due to what are believed to be homophobic comments and actions.
Bill Cosby News: Kathie Lee Gifford Comes Forth With New Allegation, Comedian's Daughter Defends Him
Kathie Lee Gifford is the latest celebrity to allege that Bill Cosby had an inappropriate interaction with her while the comedian's daughter is coming to his defense.
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association to Release Documentary About Life of War Hero Louis Zamperini; Release Day Same as Jolie's 'Unbroken'
A new documentary chronicling the remarkable life story of the late Louis Zamperini will be released on Christmas day to coincide with the highly anticipated release of Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken."
In light of Christmastime, "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson and his family bought a house for a family in need at their church recently.
Michelle Williams reflected about how her Christian faith impacts her dating life.
SNL's Christmas Mass Skit Pokes Fun at Typical Churchgoers: Newly Minted Teen Atheist, Sweaty Palm Greeter (Video)
A hilarious, and surprisingly inoffensive Saturday Night Live skit poking fun at characters one might meet at Christmas mass has "favorites" ranging from the friendly greeter with the oh-so-sweaty hands to the organist who can't quite find the right note.
Taylor Swift got an early birthday gift on Friday from gospel music star Aretha Franklin, who serenaded her with an impromptu "happy birthday" performance.
Selena Gomez offered a deeper look at her emotional American Music Awards performance last month with a video diary released on Monday.
Bill Cosby Sponsored Spelman College Program Suspended as School Separates From Star; Wife Speaks Out for First Time
Spelman College has suspended its prestigious program worth $20 million in the wake of the recent allegations made against Bill Cosby, while his wife has spoken out for the first time to defend her husband.
"Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" is concluding its month-long run in theaters on Monday, leaving moviegoers with one last chance to see the film today.
Cleveland Browns running back Andrew Hawkins has come under fire from police after wearing a shirt with the words "Justice for Tamir Rice and John Crawford" over his uniform on Sunday.
"Exodus: Gods and Kings" starring Christian Bale outdid "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1" during its opening weekend at the box office.
Jessa Duggar, newly wed to Ben Seewald, released footage from their car ride to his home in Hot Springs, Arkansas, including Ben singing Christmas songs.
"My Five Wives" star Karlie Jessop welcomed her first child, a son named Huck, on Oct. 29 and is still asking the public for prayers since the micro-preemie is still in the hospital.
Sony Hackers Warn of 'Christmas Gift' to Put Company in 'Worst State'; Demand Comedy 'The Interview' About Plot to Kill N. Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un Be Pulled
The hackers of Sony Pictures Entertainment released a seventh cache of leaked files over the weekend with a promise of a "Christmas gift" to put the company, which has already been forced to cancel the production of several films, "into the worst state."
'Exodus' Tops Box Office But Christian Consumer Group Gives Film 2.5 Stars for Minimizing God's Role
"Exodus: Gods and Kings" received mixed box office news over the weekend, earning $24.5 million in its debut and topping the U.S. box office, but failing to hit any industry heights. Christian group Faith Driven Consumer has meanwhile rated the Ridley Scott film 2.5 out of 5 stars, noting that it largely minimizes God's role in the Biblical story.
Relatives of Scott Stapp, Grammy Award-winning singer and former frontman of the popular '90s rock band "Creed," made a 911 call last month saying he believed he was part of the CIA, and was supposed to assassinate President Obama, according to a celebrity news website.
'Selma' Star Calls MLK Jr.'s March to Montgomery a 'Christian Movement;' Says It Pointed Out the Hypocrisy in American Christians
David Oyelowo offered insightful observations of not only his "Selma" character, Martin Luther King Jr., but of the state of race relations today during a recent interview.
Beyonce shared her thoughts on marriage, feminism, life and death in a new short film released online on Thursday.
Sadie Robertson may have finished her run on "Dancing with the Stars" this month, but the "Duck Dynasty" star has already signed onto a new endeavor, the "Love is Project."
'I Wouldn't Pay to See It;' New Moses Movie Exodus Slammed for Poor Acting, Writing and Crocodile Plague
Ridley Scott's epic film "Exodus: Gods and Kings," based loosely on the story of the biblical Moses, was already under fire for the casting of white actors in lead roles in recent weeks. Now, critics who have seen the film have roundly ridiculed, and in some cases dismissed it as offensive in several scathing reviews.
Ridley Scott's latest blockbuster "Exodus: Gods and Kings" starring Christian Bale packs infinite special effects and striking cinematography, but the story itself fails to engage the viewer.
"Annie" star Quvenzhané Wallis scored her first-ever Golden Globe nomination on Thursday and she is the youngest actress nominated this year for the prestigious award.
Franklin Graham: America Is Lifting Up Sin; 'It's Like Little Children Shaking Their Fist at Almighty God'
The Rev. Franklin Graham, president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritans Purse, says the government's attacks against Christianity and bans on traditional Christmas themes while society glorifies sin is "like little children shaking their fist at Almighty God."
Miner Todd Hoffman took a huge risk during the past season of "Gold Rush" on A&E, risking his health, leaving family behind, and then losing his right-hand man while searching for gold.
Beverly Johnson is the latest person to come forth in accusing comedian Bill Cosby of drugging her.
The youngest star of "19 Kids & Counting" celebrated her fifth birthday on Wednesday, which is a miracle given that she was born at 25 weeks prematurity and not expected to live.
Comedy Central's long-running news satire program "The Daily Show" broadcast a segment Tuesday night poking fun at an atheist group's legal action against a North Carolina diner that offered a discount for praying in public.
Former Orange County officer, now pastor, Kevin Brown has been trying to rescue women from their lives of prostitution for several years and will now be featured on an upcoming reality series from A&E.
Erica Campbell is leading gospel artists in the 46th annual NAACP Image Award nominations.