Fred Hammond's new album "I Will Trust" is officially the number one album on Christian/Gospel charts, according to SoundScan data.
With numerous Stellar, Dove, and Grammy Awards, Hammond, 53, has proven his worth in the Gospel music industry. After 30 years, it is easy for anything to become routine, so God had another plan for Hammond's latest album, "I Will Trust."
It seems fans have received the album well, since it has shot to the top of Billboard Gospel music charts. Now, Hammond is thanking fans on social media for being number one. more >>
A number of musicians sell records while showcasing their Christian faith, but Keith and Kristyn Getty are making music for congregations to enjoy in worship instead of on the radio.
The Gettys, married musicians and songwriters that consist of Keith and Kristyn from North Ireland, have released six albums and performed all around the world in popular venues such as London's Royal Albert Hall and the Grand Ole Opry.
Keith has received acclaim for his song "In Christ Alone," which is the most-sung hymn in the United Kingdom and among the top 20 hymns sung in the United States, Canada and Australia, according to Christian Copyright Licensing International. more >>
Justin Bieber reportedly spent time with Pastor Carl Lentz' family around the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bieber, the 20-year-old Canadian crooner, has reportedly been focused on his spiritual progression recently. The singer shared an image of he and the Hillsong NYC pastor's daughter playing in the snow, according to Us Weekly reports.
"Made a snowman with this little cutie," Bieber captioned the image on Twitter. "Make memories with the ones you love! #HappyThanksgiving." more >>
Kylie Jenner, 17, spent thanksgiving serving the less fortunate with rapper Tyga, 25, amid rumors that the pair are dating.
While both Jenner and Tyga have denied reports of their romantic involvement, the pair spent Thanksgiving with one another, according to E! reports. Jenner, the youngest sibling of the Kardashian-Jenner clan who appears with her family on E! network's "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," was pictured serving the homeless with Tyga, the rapper who was born as Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson.
The pair appeared in social media images at the Los Angeles Mission's annual afternoon holiday dinner for the homeless near Skid Row in Downtown Los Angeles, Calif. Tyga captioned his own photograph, speaking about feeling blessed to give back to the less fortunate. more >>
Solange Knowles did more than boycott shopping on Black Friday, she postponed the release of her business venture in order to protest the fatal shooting of slain teenager, Michael Brown.
Knowles decided to take part in protesting for Brown by delaying the release of her Puma sneaker collection.
"To echo my feelings shared surrounding the outcome of the Michael Brown case, I have solely decided to postpone the release of my Puma collaboration originally scheduled to release this Friday November 28th to Monday December 1st," Knowles wrote on her Instagram account. "I am truly grateful for everyone's support and excited to share this collection with you soon… – Solange." more >>
Scott Stapp, the born-again Christian frontman for the popular 90s rock band "Creed" who revealed he was broke and being persecuted by "evil" people on Facebook Wednesday, was placed on an involuntary psych hold less than two weeks earlier.
A report from a Madison County Florida Sheriff's Dept. obtained by TMZ, said cops found Stapp on the side of a road on Nov. 13 and he appeared intoxicated, incoherent and claimed someone was trying to poison him, forcing officers to place him on the 72-hour psych hold.
Stapp, who recently highlighted his struggles with substance abuse, said he has been trying to revive his career by dedicating his time to more Christ-centered music. more >>