Grammy Award-winner Chris Tomlin released his 11th studio album Never Lose Sight on Oct. 21 and made a special guest appearance on "Fox & Friends" on Monday to honor God by performing his single, "Good Good Father."
As the Fox morning show hosts welcomed Tomlin to the network's performance stage they inquired about his No. 1 Billboard hit, asking if "Good Good Father" is a song he sings to his daughters every night before bed?
Tomlin chuckled and said he does actually, as they joked and said it's because he's a good father. more >>
Christian conservatives, or the "Religious Right," have become the very people they so ardently warned against, according to the president of the public policy wing of the Southern Baptist Convention.
In front of a crowd of around 400 guests at the Union League Club on 37th street in New York City Monday, First Things held their annual Erasmus Lecture, and the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore gave a lecture addressing the question: "Can The Religious Right Be Saved?"
Moore's answer was both yes and no. Some things are worth preserving, while other vestiges cannot die quickly enough. more >>
Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington is best known for his roles in "Glory," "The Preacher's Wife," "Remember the Titans" and "Training Day." Although the Hollywood A-lister has recently been sharing his faith openly at public speaking engagements, he reveals why he never became a preacher.
In an interview with ABC News for his film, "The Magnificent Seven," Washington sits down for a 30 minute chat in which he talks about his upbringing. He explained that his father was a minister so they were never exposed to Westerns films like the one he now stars in. Instead the only movies Washington recalled seeing as a child were the Bible epics, "King of Kings" and "The Ten Commandments."
Washington's father was a Pentecostal preacher who was a pastor belonging to the Church of God in Christ denomination for 60 years. more >>
Over 7,000 people attended the second annual "March for Jesus Augusta" on Saturday where 100 people accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior while Christians gathered to worship and pray together.
"Many people were ministered to and prayed for that day," the March for Jesus Augusta organizers told The Christian Post on Tuesday, adding that as many as 100 young people accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior.
The group that organized the event, Christians in Media, told CP that this year's theme was "Every Praise Is to Our God," which was "all about lifting up the name of Jesus." Their mission was that the community would experience "unity, closeness and relationship" together. more >>
Contemporary Christian music's newest artist, Zach Williams, is sharing the freedom he's found in Jesus with his new smash hit single, "Chain Breaker." The former rock star walked away from a life of drugs and rock 'n' roll to follow God's plan for his life and to share his newfound hope with others.
Williams grew up in a Christian home where both his mother and father were heavily involved in church. But as a teenager he drifted away from the values his parents had instilled in him.
"Everything we did as a child revolved around church until my high school years. I knew at a young age I had an experience and an encounter with the Lord. I just never understood salvation. I always felt like the kid that every Sunday had to get in front of the church at the altar call and get resaved, it just never really clicked with me," Williams told The Christian Post. more >>
Some Christians desire to pray more, but might be hesitant to do so because they simply don't know what to say. Not to worry, says the Rev. Billy Graham, just be open and personal with God. Believers can talk to Him even as they were little children.
In a recent post on his website on Saturday, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Graham urges readers to think back to when their children were small and first learning how to talk.
As parents, they weren't offended when their children made a mistake while trying to speak, or got their words confused, Graham explains. They were likely very pleased by their attempts to talk with them, perhaps rewarding their efforts and encouraging them to continue. more >>