Members of the rock band Survivor, Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik, who co-wrote the famous "Eye of the Tiger" fight song for the 1982 movie "Rocky III," lashed out Tuesday at organizers of a rally supporting Christian Rowan County clerk Kim Davis, for playing the song as she walked free from jail Tuesday to address her supporters.
Davis was released from jail after spending six days behind bars. She was held in contempt of court for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, citing that it was against her Christian faith, and has become somewhat of an icon in the Evangelical Christian world for her stand.
"I just want to give God the glory. His people have rallied and you are a strong people. We serve a living God who knows where each and every one of us is at. Just keep on pressing, don't let down because He is here. He is worthy, He is worthy. I love you guys. Thank you so much," said Davis defiantly as she was supported by GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, and one of her attorneys, Mat Staver, after weeping in amazement at the rally. more >>
Grammy award-winning singer Karen Clark Sheard joined her husband, Bishop J Drew. Sheard, on a trip to Israel with the Church of God in Christ and is sharing the experience with her fans.
The trip was organized by the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, and included members of the COGIC church, which included pastor Sheard and his wife, Karen, of the Greater Emmanuel Institutional Church of God in Christ in Detroit, Michigan.
OK, you may have seen some pretty awesome animals in your lifetime, either up close and personal, or via a video on YouTube. But you haven't seen anything quite like this. If you're wondering if this dog is enjoying himself while he plays the drums, just look at its joyful smile!
It is often difficult to get a perfect video with an animal because you may not be sure how it will react, but this Pug is doing it just right. Not only is he playing the drums, he has a huge smile on his face while doing so. Halfway into the video, when the beat kicks in and he starts to feel the groove, you will admit that this could be the coolest dog you have ever seen. This awesome Pug has all the makings to be a rock star!
Check out this dog playing the drums to "Enter Sandman" below: more >>
After Christian Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson publicly revealed that God told him to lead singer Ciara Harris in a vow of abstinence, she says she has no issues being so public about a personal matter because it has sparked a healthy public dialogue.
"I run into different people and they'll talk to me about their journey and their relationships, so I think that's been really cool and it's a healthy thing," Ciara told E! News on Thursday. "It's a healthy conversation we all get to have as adults. I'm not sweating it at all."
The world learned about the couple's decision to wait until marriage before engaging in sexual intercourse when Wilson, 26, shed light on his revelation on the matter while speaking to Pastor Miles McPherson and his congregation, The Rock Church, back in July. more >>
Art Hooker, a filmmaker who says he told an unsaved Lecrae to rap for Jesus back in 1998, has been working on a documentary film about the rapper and the Unashamed Movement that dates back to 2010 and features commentary from Pastors John Piper and Matt Chandler.
.Hooker expects the film, titled "Unashamed World," to release in 2016, according to Rapzilla.
"Unashamed World" documents the rise of Lecrae and Reach Records. It was originally slated for a 2010/2011 launch, however, Hooker held off on releasing it due to the change in trajectory for the rapper's career as doors in the mainstream music world began to open up for Lecrae around that time. more >>
A man steps on stage and shares a song dedicated to his best friend who recently died. Josh Daniel was ready to make his mom proud and sing his song, but no one expected anything this powerful. He absolutely sweeps everyone in the crowd off their feet, including the judges!
Josh takes the stage and in front of millions delivers a heartwarming and powerful audition that would move anyone listening. For those who have ever lost someone, keep a box of tissues handy while you watch this one. Josh sings "Jealous," and as the last performer — which adds a lot of pressure — he delivers to his fullest potential.
Even Simon is left in tears, and he's known to be the most stern of all the judges. This is just an unbelievable performance from start to finish! more >>