During an interview on Atlanta's inspiration station, Praise 102.5, "Why did I get Married?" actor Michael Jai White talks about how infidelity plagues African American men both saved and unsaved.
Adultery is a topic that is regularly celebrated in this day and age. Although the Bible is very clear on it being immoral and against God's law, infidelity is usually glorified on mainstream entertainment and almost accepted as normal. White has had a successful career as a secular actor and is now using his influence to take a stand against stepping out of the boundaries of marriage sexually.
Leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore is encouraging pastors not to perform wedding ceremonies for couples who are not Christians and those who are living in sin simply because members of their families belong to their church or their congregation is pressuring them to do so.
Moore, who is the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, spoke at a conference on "The Church and Sexuality" that was held at the First Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, by the state's Baptist and Southern Baptist leaders on Monday.
Alabama.com reports that Moore told the crowd of about 500 people that pastors cannot hold non believers and those already living in sin accountable to their wedding vows if they are already not living their lives by God's design. more >>
The Rev. Franklin Graham recently stated his support for a Catholic Archdiocese whose leadership is ending its connection to the Girl Scouts.
In a Facebook post published Tuesday morning, Graham expressed his support for the Archdiocese of St. Louis' opposition to the Girl Scouts over the youth organization's stance on abortion and homosexuality.
"The Girl Scouts organization sure isn't what it used to be! St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson isn't worried about being politically correct in letting people know about it either," wrote Graham. more >>
A congregation in Wisconsin severed its ties to the Boy Scouts of America in response to the youth organization's decision last year to allow openly gay Scout leaders.
Faith Lutheran Church of Appleton decided last week to dissolve its 60-year-old charter for Boy Scout Troop 73 and Cub Scout Pack 3022.
In a statement given to The Christian Post by Faith Lutheran, the Church explained that the BSA's policy on gay leaders "is inconsistent with the teaching of the Bible and The Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod," which the congregation is affiliated with. more >>
The 88th Academy Awards reached all the way to the Vatican Sunday night as the cast of the film "Spotlight" publicly called on Pope Francis to ensure priests who sexually abused children are prosecuted for their crimes.
The film, which unexpectedly won the best picture award, is about the Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation into Catholic priests sexually abusing children in the United States.
During a recent interview on "The Yolanda Adams Morning Show," Brandy Norwood, better known mononymously as Brandy, talked about being focused less on the numbers of her new hit show and more on God and prayer.
"Zoe Ever After" premiered on BET Jan. 5th to excellent ratings despite the fact that Brandy has not been in a sitcom since "Moesha," which was 15 years ago. Brandy's re-emergence has put her back on top of the world but she maintains that she is keeping her focus on heaven.
When asked about her thoughts on the success of "Zoe Ever After," the R&B superstar told the Adams show, "I don't really know the numbers, I just know that it's going good. I don't want it to get in my head, you know? I try and keep my faith, and keep prayed up just so that everything can continue to go and prosper." more >>