For over a decade, singer-songwriter Kari Jobe has debuted worship music for a multitude of fans but now she is presenting a different kind of creation to the masses in the form of her bulging baby bump.
"Baby bump time," Jobe, 34, wrote in an Instagram photograph of her protruding midsection. "Little Carnes is showing a whole lot more so I thought you might wanna see, #selfie #notmyrealweddingring #fingersaretoofat #Englishsconesareyummy @codycarnes."
In July, the contemporary Christian singer announced that she and her singer-songwriter husband Cody Carnes were expecting their first child together. more >>
Sometimes you got to know when to fold them, know when to hold them, know when to walk away, and know when to sing a Christmas carol.
Kenny Rogers, along with some help from the talented singers of Home Free, sang a fast-paced version of the classic "Children Go Where I Send Thee."
The mixture of spiritual and country makes for an awesome rendition of the Christmas carol filmed at Houston Station in Nashville, Tennessee. more >>
Bishop T.D. Jakes may be the brother of Jesus Christ, according to singer-songwriter Tamar Braxton who jokingly made that claim when reflecting on her faith recently.
Braxton, the entertainer who also serves as a co-host on "The Real" talk show, is recovering after being hospitalized for suffering from two blood clots in her lungs. Despite her health issue, Braxton still found time to promote the new book, Faithing It, written by Bishop Jakes' daughter, Cora Jakes-Coleman.
While the comedic entertainer recommended the book to her more than 2 million Instagram followers, she joked about the Jakes family being directly related to Jesus Christ in the process. more >>
Kirk Franklin may be willing to lose his religion for the sake of bettering his relationship with God, but he is not willing to compromise his Christian faith for a rapper who invited the music minister to a strip club.
Plies, a popular Florida rapper, proposed to Franklin to attend a Miami, Florida, strip club called King of Diamonds in exchange for the rapper attending church.
"Y'all tell Kirk Franklin I say I wanna take him to King Of Diamonds…," rapper Plies said in an Instagram video shared with over 2 million of the rapper's followers. "He can go in, he ain't even gotta get no dancers, he can go right in and turn right back around and go take him a holy bath. Kirk, listen, you go to King Of Diamonds with me and I'll go to church with you, an even swap." more >>
After educating young women about God's design for sex in her "More Than Pretty" campaign earlier this year, gospel singer Erica Campbell is now speaking up about transgender and homosexual people in the Christian community.
"I believe sin is sin and it exists, and God forgives it (homosexuality) just like anything else," Campbell told Team Curtains.
While visiting London last week to perform at the O₂ Shepherd's Bush Empire music venue with Annastasia Baker, The X-Factor UK contestant, Campbell was questioned about her thoughts "on transsexuals and gays in the gospel music and church today." The 43-year-old singer spoke up about the matter at the Team Curtains press event, where she said some people's issues are more visible than others. more >>
When it comes to baking, Patti LaBelle isn't playing "patty cakes."
The R&B singer with Baptist roots has hit a sweet spot with consumers after offering her now famous sweet potato "Patti Pies" exclusively at Walmart stores.
Sales of the dessert have skyrocketed after a video praising the pie by Los Angeles-based singer James Wright Chanel went viral to the tune of over 10 million views on Facebook. The hashtag #PattiPies has even trended on Twitter. GIFs and Memes of all sorts have circled the Internet. What does it all boil down to? Walmart is struggling to keep the item in stock. more >>