Seventeen years after the deadly shooting at Columbine High School, contemporary Christian music artist Jeremy Camp wrote a Christian anthem in honor of the faith of Rachel Joy Scott, the first murder victim of the Columbine High School massacre.
"Hey Guys, I am excited to share this brand-new song and the world premiere of the music video we made for it. The song is also the title track to the new movie coming out on October 21st called 'I'm Not Ashamed,'" Camp wrote on Facebook along with his music video for the song, which features clips from the film.
Rachel Joy Scott was targeted because of her Christian faith. She was the first of 12 students and one teacher who were gunned down at Columbine on April 20, 1999, and the film, "I Am Not Ashamed" is based on her journals, which are said to be honest and heartfelt accounts of her life. more >>
Grammy nominated singer Crowder stopped by "Fox & Friends" last week and sung his new song, "Run Devil Run," which is a song dedicated solely to taunting Satan.
Before the edgy performance, Crowder talked about his new album, American Prodigal. He revealed that he stayed up until midnight waiting for the release of his new record. When asked about his album title and his patriotism, the worshipper says he "loves" being an American.
"It couldn't fall at a better time with all the conversations being what they are right now," he said of his album. more >>
In his "I Am Second" video, Jason Castro, who placed fourth on season seven of "American Idol," candidly shares the deep, dark secret about his addiction to pornography that nearly ruined his marriage.
"Having a secret just eats at you like so much. You feel like a liar the whole time," Castro said in the film.
As "American Idol" was being taped, Castro experienced a sense of loneliness and sought to fill the void with porn. Soon he found himself to be dependent on it. more >>
Casting Crowns frontman Mark Hall says the band hopes their new album, The Very Next Thing, will encourage Christians to step out of their comfort zone and seek God's plan for their life.
When talking about the title track of the album, Hall said just as the Bible does in Scripture, the band also wants to remind people that there is a next step for everyone.
"All through Scripture we see that all of us believers are in a different stage of next, there's a next step for us, and that's something that we ought to be doing. We're a great generation which is great in many ways, but it's lazy in many ways too," Hall told The Christian Post. more >>
Bobby Brown is leaning on God to sort through the emotions stemming from his late daughter's love interest, Nick Gordon, being found civilly liable for her untimely death.
"All I ever wanted was answers relating to who and what caused my daughter's death. Today's judgment tells me it was Nick Gordon," Brown, the 47-year-old R&B singer told PEOPLE magazine Friday. "Now I need to process all the emotions I have and lean on God to get me and my family through this."
Brown's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown died at the age of 22 in July 2015. Her death came six months after being found unconscious in the bathtub of the Georgia home she shared with Gordon, her former boyfriend. Earlier this year, Bobbi Kristina's estate filed a wrongful death lawsuit of $10 million against Gordon. more >>
Even though Fantasia Barrino's powerful testimony is peppered with a public suicide attempt, she has no regrets because of God's hand on her life.
"I can thank God for those times because being here at the age of 32 making it through so much, I feel like it was a part of my journey," Barrino said of the matter in an XOnecole report. "There's not a day that goes by that I don't meet someone – young, old, black, white, female, male – that comes up to me and wants me to talk and encourage them. God allowed me to go through certain storms and certain tests to have a testimony and share it to help somebody else along the way."
Although the singer received support from famous faces like Tyler Perry, Oprah Winfrey, Aretha Franklin and Patti LaBelle, the former "American Idol" winner attempted to explain just how badly she was once hurting. more >>