Model, actor, and singer Tyrese Gibson, mononymously known as Tyrese, is mostly known for his racy R&B music and his role in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, but he's also known for speaking about his Christian faith on social media.
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, the crooner discussed his struggle with doubt and fear, and urged others struggling with the same issue to trust in Jesus Christ.
"I am posting this for you, are you listening to me? While I'm saying this to you I'm saying it to myself, I'm saying to you. The spirit of doubt is real the feeling of letting go and walking away is real. But I'm here to remind of the power and the presence of the Lord Jesus Christ and to tell you that the God I know wants you to learn during those dry spells, he wants you learn how to conquer fears and doubts," Tyrese shared. more >>
Conservative radio personality and author Glenn Beck told The Christian Post that the United States of America should have a "firm reliance on Divine Providence."
Beck will be a guest speaker at the American Gospel Celebration on Saturday, an event headed by renowned evangelical Pastor John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas.
In a Tuesday CP interview, Beck explained that he will focus his remarks at the Louisville, Kentucky event on relying on God's providential care. more >>
Fantasia Barrino says she believes her purpose in life is to minister to broken women.
Barrino, 32, debuted her new album, The Definition Of, last month which she believes is a reflection of her ministry.
"Truly, I think my ministry is women. Broken women and young mothers — encouraging them," she told Essence. "I want to also encourage them by saying, 'look, you guys. Love is there. It's out there and there's somebody for everybody.'" more >>
A number of celebrities take time out of their day to share a Bible verse with fans on social media, singer Jordin Sparks chose to share nine.
The 26-year-old singer-songwriter shared nine verses from Proverbs 27 on Twitter with more than 4 million fans on Saturday. Sparks began with separating Proverbs 27:1–6 into six consecutive tweets, before moving on to Proverbs 27:17, "As iron sharpens iron, so a friend sharpens a friend."
She added her own message to the tweet, "shout out to my sharpeners! You know who you are! I love you," before tweeting verses 19 and 21. more >>
Beyonce took over the VMA stage in Madison Square Garden Sunday night with a 15-minute medley of her album, Lemonade. During the performance, the pop superstar took viewers along an artistic display of heartache and betrayal while featuring Christian language and symbolism.
The surprise performance started out with Beyonce surrounded by an illusion of flames and when the visual effects stopped she started her musical journey. The Texas native proceeded by performing "Pray You Catch Me," with a brief dance breakdown into "Hold Up."
Next she sang "Don't Hurt Yourself." In the middle of the song's lyrics, "When you love me, you love yourself. Love God herself," the words "God is God, I am not" flashed across the screen. more >>
ANAHEIM, California — If you ask Christian hip-hop artist Kevin Elijah Burgess, aka "KB," the Church is going to have to confront the blind spots that it has preferred to ignore if real racial reconciliation is to happen.
In an interview with The Christian Post, Burgess said that for real racial reconciliation in America to occur and for the Church to become a prophetic voice on the matter, two things are going to have to happen.
"One is confession. There is no repentance without confession. I think there needs to be a particular emphasis on the reality that the Church is as segregated as it has always been," said the 28-year-old native of St. Petersburg, Florida, just before he took the stage before 37,000 people at SoCal Harvest in Angel Stadium on Saturday. more >>