Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is one of the biggest action stars in Hollywood, but the one thing that inspires him to forge ahead every day despite all of life's challenges, he says, is his relationship with God.
After watching Johnson's summer blockbuster movie "Central Intelligence," gospel singer Fred Hammond took to Twitter to give the new movie rave reviews. Johnson then replied by telling Hammond that he derives inspiration from his gospel music.
Singer Rory Feek, one part of the country music duo Joey+Rory, will give fans an inside look into his late wife's inspirational journey and her battle against cancer in the upcoming documentary film, "To Joey With Love."
The couple captured the hearts of millions who read Rory's blog "This Life I Live," where he shared his family's strength and resilience during Joey's chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cervical cancer.
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Following the amputation of both of his feet in early June to stave off a critical infection, Jason Weaver is now heading back home from the hospital.
On Friday, the Big Daddy Weave bassist and singer had his last amputation-related foot surgery, according to the Facebook site Pray For Jay, which has been providing updates about Weaver's condition.
"Jason is headed home!!!" a brief message and a photo posted on Facebook announced on Tuesday. more >>
Kirk Franklin has invited the Topeka Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church to picket one of his concerts after accusing the group of being godless for protesting the funerals of Orlando terror attack victims.
"So a church from Kansas called Westboro is planning on picketing the funerals of two men killed in the Orlando massacre. ... Let me address," Franklin tweeted to his 1 million followers on Friday. "Whoever your pastor is, he is the dumbest, most hateful ignorant man to ever lead ANY church. There is NO form of Godliness in this act ... and a continuing issue of why the world sees us as hateful and judgmental."
"You fill it with hate and disease. PLEAS PLEASE respond! Please show up to one of my concerts protesting, PLEASE! We love Jesus, but ... Just pleas come. This is a sad day for the faith I love. ... Read the ENTIRE Bible, and let those parents bury their children. #WackChurch," he added in follow-up tweets. more >>
The last days leading up to the death of the King of Pop Michael Jackson will be made into a mini-series and is to be helmed by "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams. Warner Bros. studios is set to film the series.
The series will be based on a book written by Tavis Smiley entitled "Before You Judge Me: The Triumph and Tragedy of Michael Jackson's Last Days." Now, the question is, what parts of the days leading to Jackson's death should be covered?
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In recent weeks Justin Bieber has got into fights after basketball games, shut down his fan meet-and-greets, and spoken out against the coveted award shows that have honored him.
Despite all of this, the singer believes that God has something more in store for him.