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 asked about terrorist attacks that killed over one hundred people in Paris, France last Friday, the 45-year-old actress seemed to lean on her Christian faith to share her perspective on the matter.
"Life is spiritual warfare and it's dark against light, hate against love and death against life. I just feel like it's unbalanced right now," Henson recently told Hollywood Today Live. "Right now it appears that darkness is winning but I just know in my heart that there's more love out in the world. It always gets bad before it gets better." more >>
The upcoming Disney film "Frozen 2" will feature an LGBT theme, based on the latest rumors.
As of now, the official plot of "Frozen 2" has not yet been announced, so fans are constantly trying to speculate on the possible story lines of the popular Disney movie. Since writer Jennifer Kee revealed that the upcoming animation will tackle societal issues that young people are dealing with, there have been rumors that those issues may be about the LGBT community, according to a Movie Pilot report cited by Youth Health Mag.
Kee also said they plan to take advantage of kids' tendency to watch Disney movies repeatedly to deliver an important message. She said they will focus on important issues happening in the present society. more >>
Jennifer Lawrence's remarks on Kentucky Christian clerk Kim Davis are dumb, a Fox host said.
Hollywood A-list actor Jennifer Lawrence spoke to Vogue and said Kim Davis' refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples makes her ashamed to be from Kentucky. Andrea Tantaros of Fox News' "Outnumbered" reacted and said the "Hunger Games" star's remarks are dumb, according to Politicus USA.
Davis previously made headlines when she was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. In what seemed like an attack on Christians, Lawrence brought up the clerk's decision to defy court orders, CNS News reports. more >>
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.
The four-time Grammy Award winner is giving the world a glimpse of what goes on behind-the-scenes with an upcoming one-night cinematic event called "Israel Houghton & NewBreed – Covered: Alive in Asia."
"I did what I've always been kind of reluctant to do and that is to turn cameras on and open up my life a little bit more to people. I feel like when I get on stage, I want to really open up a way to God for people as opposed to having them look at me," Houghton told The Christian Post. "It was a challenge for me because I do maintain my privacy a little bit as it relates to my life and my life off the stage." more >>
From the writer of "Rudy" and "Hoosiers" comes "My All American," the inspirational real-life account of University of Texas football player Freddie Steinmark, whose life was cut short by cancer, but whose legacy endures to this day.
Steinmark was a committed Christian who believed in the power of prayer and whose brief life impacted many. In this exclusive faith featurette, lead actors Finn Wittrock ("All My Children," "Unbroken"), Aaron Eckhart ("Dark Knight," "Olympus Has Fallen") and writer and director Angelo Pizzo talk about the impact Steinmark has made on their own lives. See below: more >>
Do you believe in miracles? Well one family sure does after their daughter's unexplained recovery from a serious disease.
Enter the film "Miracles From Heaven," a movie slated for release next March starring Jennifer Garner, Martin Henderson and Queen Latifah.
Based on the book Three Miracles From Heaven, the movie is the true story of a little girl who is mysteriously healed of an "incurable" disease. more >>