Hillsong UNITED is revealing the story behind "Touch the Sky," the lead single off their highly-anticipated new album "EMPIRES."
Warryn Campbell recently opened up about the idea of his church, California Worship Center being inspired by God.
Bill O'Reilly, host of the Fox News program "The O'Reilly Factor," spoke briefly at the premiere of the new National Geographic mini-series "Killing Jesus," which is based on his best-selling book, and talked about his controversial decision to cast a Muslim actor for role of Jesus in the film.
Natalie Grant is back on the Game Show Network with season two of "It Takes A Church" today, and this time, the singer is offering sage advice to singles both on and off the television series.
Jeremy Lin is officially sharing his prayers with fans, months after starting a prayer group.
Donnie McClurkin is urging people to forgive people in ministry who have made public mistakes.
Tim Tebow is teaming up with The Salvation Army to help the homeless.
Roma Downey, Mark Burnett Avow 'A.D. – The Bible Continues' Contrasts 'Gruesome' Crucifixion with the Promise of the Resurrection
Less than two weeks shy of the Easter Sunday premiere of "A.D. – The Bible Continues" on NBC, Roma Downey and Mark Burnett offered additional insight into the pivotal scene of Jesus' crucifixion in the highly-anticipated series.
"Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson gave an impassioned speech at the Vero Beach Prayer Breakfast on Friday equating non-salvation and disbelief with violence.
Hillsong Movie: New 'Let Hope Rise' Trailer Highlights Award-Winning Band's Powerful Testimony (EXCLUSIVE)
A new trailer for Hillsong United's forthcoming film "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise" was released on Wednesday and The Christian Post obtained exclusive footage that offers a glimpse into what looks to be an uplifting story of love, faith, struggle and perseverance.
'Killing Jesus' Portrays Jesus as Man, Tones Down His Miracles and Power, Film's Actors Explain Approach
The upcoming National Geographic miniseries "Killing Jesus," which is based on Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly's bestselling book of the same name, tells the story of the historical Jesus and leaves the supernatural claims made by believers out of the equation.
One of the most controversial books amongst the Christian community to come out in recent years, The Shack underwent intense scrutiny and criticism from Christians for its depiction of the Holy Trinity in ways that veer away from the Bible and the basis of Christian beliefs. Despite the book being described as a "Christian novel," Bible experts question the fictional relationships inside of the Holy Trinity and the Trinity's relationship with man as described in the novel.
Hillsong to Debut New Movie Trailer as Band Member Says Film Offers 'New Perspective' on Christianity
Hillsong United's Jad Gillies said recently that his band's forthcoming film offers a "new perspective" on what it means to be a modern-day believer. He also hopes the film can draw more people to the church.
Calvary Chapel hosted a special screening of "Little Boy" in Costa Mesa, California over the weekend where the film's star, Jakob Salvati, joined his father onstage for a performance and a testimony.
Phaedra Parks, reality TV star of Bravo series "Real Housewives of Atlanta," recently revealed how a prayer helped connect her with One Church International's first lady, Sarah Jakes-Roberts, daughter of popular televangelist Bishop T.D. Jakes.
Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are expecting their first child and have now surpassed the 39-week milestone, marking the moment with a family dinner and photos on Instagram.
'Do You Believe' Star's Bizarre Response to Criticism of Women's Roles in 'God's Not Dead' Follow-Up
The star of PureFlix's "Do You Believe" Ted McGinley offered his take on the female roles in the follow-up to "God's Not Dead," citing that women are "closer to God" but prone to fighting amongst themselves.
Comedian Larry Wilmore Rips Creflo Dollar and 'Prosperity Gospel' Megachurches, Asks 'When Did Jesus Start a Hip-Hop Label'
Comedian Larry Wilmore, host of Comedy Central's "The Nightly Show," criticized and poked fun at the actions of televangelist Creflo Dollar and other "prosperity gospel" preachers as part of his opening segment on Wednesday night's show.
Roma Downey Describes Upcoming 'A.D.' Series Starting Easter Sunday as 'Game of Thrones Meets The Bible'
Roma Downey, the executive producer behind the upcoming 12 part series "A.D. The Bible Continues," has described the project, a sequel to 2013's "The Bible" miniseries, as "Game of Thrones meets The Bible."
Don Piper, who survived what should have been a fatal car accident in 1989, recently opened up about the film being made based on his book, "90 Minutes in Heaven."
'Justified' Actor Nick Searcy to Direct Kermit Gosnell Movie About 'Most Prolific Serial Killer in US History'
Actor Nick Searcy from the hit television series "Justified" will be directing a film about infamous abortionist Kermit Gosnell who was sentenced to life in prison for committing crimes of infanticide and involuntary manslaughter inside his West Philadelphia abortion clinic.
The Kendrick brothers debuted a teaser trailer for their brand-new film "War Room" on Wednesday, revealing authentic characters and a vivid reminder that prayer is a powerful weapon in the battles worth fighting.
Iconic singer Prince surprised fans recently by dropping the brand-new song "What If?," which is a cover of Nichole Nordeman's Christian song.
'I Am A Christian' Movie Halted After Mariam Ibraheem, Husband Reveal They Were Not Consulted; Sudanese Couple Say They Are 'Not Happy' With 'Terrible' Affair
Just one day after The Christian Post reported that a film entitled "I Am A Christian" about persecuted Sudanese Christian Mariam Ibraheem was planned for production, the team behind the project starring Stacey Dash has cancelled a $500,000 campaign that was launched to crowdfund it.
Trai Byers Exclusive: 'Empire' Star Andre Talks Backlash, Making People in Hollywood Uncomfortable With His Faith
Trai Byers has kept viewers on the edge of their seats as "Andre Lyon" in FOX's hit drama "Empire," but the actor is focused on a different type of inheritance than the fictional bipolar character who's scheming to take over his family's business in the show.
From Playing Jesus to Playing the Devil? 'The Bible's' Diogo Morgado Poses as Villain in Exclusive Pic From 'The Messengers'
Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's "Bible" series star Diogo Morgado is now starring in a new television series "The Messengers" where he is taking on a much different role.