NEW YORK — Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" cast member Lydia McLaughlin recently credited the hit Bravo TV series for reaffirming her Christian faith, despite her abruptly leaving after just one season.
The 33-year-old magazine entrepreneur made her mark on the world of reality TV in season 8 as the bubbly, devoutly Christian married mom of three, and despite being asked to return for another season, she walked away after being called to do so by the Holy Spirit.
"I just feel like it made my faith that much more real," McLaughlin told The Christian Post during an interview on Wednesday, adding, "I don't have any regrets about doing the show." more >>
NEW YORK — Canadian-born singer/songwriter Dan Bremnes is fast becoming one of the hottest names in Christian music, following the 2014 release of his debut single "Beautiful."
The track, which is a testament to the power of Jesus' love and the miracles it can create, has achieved numerous accolades since it dropped. His pensive lyrics and impressive vocals have won him fans around the world, and he recently sat down for a candid chat with The Christian Post in which he spoke about fatherhood and what it has taught him about pain and suffering, finding his calling during a missions trip to Australia, and overcoming the tragic death of his mother.
The following is an edited transcript of CP's interview with Dan Bremnes. more >>
Rockstar has released its first ever patch for "GTA V" for PC, which fixes crashes, random eyebrow switches, frame rate issues, and other bugs.
The first patch for "Grand Theft Auto V" PC version has been released, and games developer Rockstar has assured players the patch resolves a number of issues they have been complaining about, including launcher crashes, birds flying awkwardly in Editor clips, frame rate bugs, and other problems.
Patch 1.01 has also resolved dilemmas involving a bug that halts the installation and locks players out of the game if they have other characters besides letters or numbers in their Windows username, a bug Rockstar had earlier provided the stopgap of creating a new user account. more >>
Sarah Jessica Parker has been announced to star in a new TV show on HBO over a decade after the popular "Sex and the City" aired its series finale.
Sarah Jessica Parker of "Sex and the City" fame, is returning to HBO for a new comedy show, "Divorce," a departure from her fashionista columnist character Carrie Bradshaw from her previous award-winning series.
While fans of "Sex and the City" may expect a crossover of the popular show, the new series will present a different storyline and set of characters altogether. more >>
NEW YORK — Comedian and actor Kevin James could be one of the most lovable guys in Hollywood, according to some of his co-stars in "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2," who didn't have a bad word to say about him during the film's world premiere in New York City on Saturday.
James, a self-professing Catholic who credited his faith as something that helps him in every aspect of his life during a previous interview with The Christian Post, remains humble despite his fame and success in television and film.
"My faith helps me in everything; it shapes me and I always try to glorify Him in movies," he told CP in 2012. "We all make mistakes, and if I played an angel every time I'd be out of the business. There are faulted people, and there is good and evil." more >>
A global evangelical group joined leaders from the Roman Catholic Church and other religious denominations in an event at the United Nations to declare that nuclear weapons are contrary to faith, morality and reason, and to call for a ban on their possession.
The Bible "tells us that the peacemakers are blessed," Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, chair of the World Evangelical Alliance's Global Task Force on Nuclear Weapons, said at a public panel discussion at the United Nations headquarters in New York on "Nuclear Weapons and the Moral Compass" last week, according to a statement released by WEA on Monday.
Wigg-Stevenson reminded that Scripture "also tell us to condemn those who say 'peace, peace' when there is no peace — as the prophet Jeremiah did to the court sycophants in his day, who denied that the nation's injustice invited the judgment of God." more >>