After starring in the faith-based film "Miracles From Heaven," actress Jennifer Garner is faithfully attending church and finding ways to make the experience fun for her son.
The 44-year-old Golden Globe award-winning actress was recently spotted bringing her four-year-old son Samuel Affleck to church in a ninja costume complete with swords.
"Jennifer Garner was back to her weekend routine on Sunday as she took her family to a church service in Pacific Palisades, California," Daily Mail reported of the spotting. "The mom of three kept her hand clutched to a Bible as she looked relatively serious heading into the church." more >>
Lauren Daigle, Danny Gokey and for King & Country were the big winners at last night's 2016 K-LOVE Fan Awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry stage.
Christian music's new star female artist Lauren Daigle received both Artist of the Year and Female Artist of the Year, while Danny Gokey took home Male Artist of the Year and Breakout Single. And for KING & COUNTRY were honored with Best Live Show and Group/Duo of the Year.
The K-LOVE Fan Awards, hosted by Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Matthew West, are based on fans voting for their favorite artists to be nominated and also picking the winners for each of the seven award categories. The Awards night was kicked off by the Ultimate Experience Weekend on Friday, June 3, which is an annual weekend packed with performances and activities leading up to the award show dedicated to the radio station's beloved fans. more >>
With the hype of the iconic franchise "Star Wars" still ongoing, there is much anticipation for the upcoming "Han Solo" film.
After the release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," fans were sad to see a major character of the "Star Wars" saga go. The film showed the death of Han Solo (Harrison Ford) done by his own son, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).
The death of Han Solo proved to be a tragic moment for a lot of "Star Wars" fans since he remained to be a vital character in the franchise. Even Daisy Ridley, who played the role of Rey in the recent film, spoke about the sadness that Han Solo's death brought. more >>
Actress and Fox News commentator Stacey Dash's reality is just as dramatic as the roles she's taken on, overcoming drug use and molestation before making it big in New York City. Yet in the midst of all of that, she was able to hear God's voice to save her child.
The 49-year-old "Clueless" actress recently sat down with People magazine to recall almost undergoing an abortion before hearing the voice of God.
"When I got pregnant, I was doing a lot of drugs and I didn't want to live. I wanted to die," she recalled. "I was going to have an abortion. I was crying and I said to God, 'Please tell me what to do.'" more >>
Nintendo's far-famed Pokemon series, one of the Japanese gaming company's more popular brands in the global market, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary since it was first introduced back in 1996. In line with this, the company will be releasing a couple of new video games from the franchise: "Pokemon Sun" and "Pokemon Moon."
The company decided it's also best to release an official version in Chinese. However, contrary to what Nintendo might have expected, the fans from Hong Kong were none too thrilled with the move. In fact,the idea of changing PIkachu's name did not sit well with the locals
A Facebook community known as Petition to keep Regional Chinese Translations of Pokemon has recently posted an English version of their petition letter, dated March 27, addressed to the Nintendo company. more >>
Tyler Perry is known more for creating plays, television shows and films than social commentary.
Still, that didn't stop him from speaking out against former neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman who fatally shot 17-year-old black teenager Trayvon Martin near his Sanford, Florida, home in 2012, and was not found guilty. After Zimmerman auctioned off the gun that he used to kill the unarmed black teenager for $138,000, Perry spoke out against the act.
"I don't understand people that are that low, I don't get it, I can't even think that low…I think it would take someone who could do that and profit from it to think that," Perry, who appears in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows," said in a Global Grind interview. "What I do know is this, every bit of darkness that he puts out is going to find its way back into his life." more >>