Pastor Carl Lentz discusses his brand of preaching, the misconception of celebrities in his church and the Starbucks red cup controversy on the "The Breakfast Club".
Just when it seemed the highly anticipated "God's Not Dead 2" cast couldn't get any bigger, GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee revealed that he has a cameo appearance in the star-studded film.
After educating young women about God's design for sex in her "More Than Pretty" campaign earlier this year, gospel singer Erica Campbell is now speaking up about transgender and homosexual people in the Christian community.
Patti LaBelle's now famous "Patti Pies" are a hit with consumers, but the singer refuses to credit her pie success to the viral video that put it on the map.
As Season 9 of "The Voice" approaches the finally contestant Jordan Smith earns the top spot on the iTunes chart with popular hymn, "Great is Thy Faithfulness" beating out Adele and Justin Bieber.
Four-time Olympic track and field athlete Sanya Richards-Ross has been vocal about her Christian faith for some time, but it was her mother-in-law's survival that cemented the world class athlete's belief in miracles.
National Geographic Channel miniseries "Saints & Strangers" captures the faith and miracles between Pilgrims and Native Americans as Pilgrims settled in America.
Singer and pastor Le'Andria Johnson is distributing cigarettes and condoms in the street as she joins a cast of preachers on the upcoming Oxygen network docu-series, "Preachers of Atlanta."
"Return to the Hiding Place" actress Rachel Spencer-Hewitt calls for more female heroes of the faith like Corrie ten Boom.
This week's episode of the ABC show "Scandal" depicted the lead character Olivia Pope undergoing an abortion to the tune of the Christmas hymn "Silent Night." The winter finale seemed like a one-hour commercial for the controversial abortion provider Planned Parenthood and was "Hollywood's moral depravity on full display," critics said.
While some NFL fans want Russell Wilson to face the music about his relationship with singer Ciara Harris affecting his game, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback insists his private life has no bearing on his game day performance.
With her new book "Invisible: How You Feel is Not Who You Are," ministry leader Jennifer Rothschild sets out to inspire and motivate women who at times may feel worthless, rejected and invisible.
Learning that her car had been stolen and wrecked was not enough to keep gospel artist Erica Campbell focused on misfortune.
During a conversation about the Syrian refugee crisis on Tuesday's episode of ABC's "The View," co-host Whoopi Goldberg criticized Republican politicians' calls for a Christian-only Syrian refugee resettlement program.
It took a trip to the Promised Land to remind boxer Manny Pacquiao of the importance of faith and obedience to God.
Each gospel music artist billed on the Festival of Praise Tour could have headlined the show, but the seven stars refuse to take the stage alone.
"The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert, a Roman Catholic, invited atheist HBO host Bill Maher to come back to the faith during a recent interview, which stayed a humorous tone, but also touched on more serious issues.
Despite her successful stint on "Dancing With The Stars" coming to a screeching halt due to a diagnosis of blood clots in her lungs, singer-songwriter Tamar Braxton glorified God and thanked fans for their prayers as she left the hospital for treatment.
Track and field star Lolo Jones is speaking out against Floyd Mayweather after his recent comments to defend boxer Ronda Rousey.
TobyMac brought his This is Not a Test tour to New York City's Madison Square Garden over the weekend, and the hip hop/pop star used the occasion to call for unity in the body of Christ during perilous times.
NFL tight end Benjamin Watson has a problem with Americans who chastise individuals for praying publicly, but take to social media to encourage prayer amid international disasters.
Just because she stars in one of the most popular shows on prime time television does not mean "Empire" actress Taraji P. Henson is excluded from spiritual warfare.
When gospel music legends Donnie McClurkin and Kim Burrell were given the opportunity to sing together at New York City's renowned Carnegie Hall, they decided to allow thousands of fans to perform along with them.
For close to two decades, singer-songwriter Israel Houghton has managed to keep much of his personal life out of the spotlight, but that's all about to change.
After paying "upwards of $10 million" to extortionists to keep his illness secret, actor Charlie Sheen publicly admitted on Tuesday morning that he is HIV positive.
Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence told a magazine that Kim Davis, a Christian clerk for Rowan county who recently spent days in jail for refusing to issue marriage certificates to same-sex couples, makes her "embarrassed to be from Kentucky."