Lakewood Church's Joel and Victoria Osteen's America's Night of Hope has crisscrossed the country spreading the hope of the Gospel. Now that message may reach an even wider audience with a partnership with Hallmark Channel.
Multichannel News reported that Hallmark will team up with the Osteens, who will produce an original special that is likely to garner a large audience thanks to Hallmark's viewer track record. The channel reached No. 2 among primetime total viewers with an all-time high of 2.48 million last year during the week of Nov. 23-29, according to Variety.
The special will spotlight an edited version of the Osteen's Detroit-based event, which is part of their America's Night of Hope events that take place around the country, according to Hallmark. more >>
David Benham of the Benham brothers has condemned the Democratic Party's platform on abortion, arguing that it's seeking to increase "violence against the unborn," and cautioned Christians against voting for presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
"Yes they are pro-choice, but here's what they are doing now. They have actually increased what they want to do against the unborn. They have increased the violence against the unborn," Benham said in a Facebook video posted on Thursday.
"If you call yourself a Christian, and you're voting Democrat, here's what you're voting for. The Democratic National Platform wants to repeal the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits my tax dollars from directly paying for abortion. They want to force your money and my money to directly pay for abortion," he continued. more >>
For years, Fantasia Barrino's fans have been begging her to create gospel music and this week she appeased them.
The 32-year-old singer debuted her new song "I Made It" in a live performance for "Good Morning America" on Monday.
"You're the only one that never left me when everyone else just didn't care, you're the only one that really loved me. I made it. I made it through the storm," Barrino crooned during her performance before worshiping God. "I got to say thank you Lord for keeping me, for grace and mercy. I thank you, because I made it!" more >>
"The Man in The High Castle," Amazon's Emmy-nominated web television series, is coming back for a new season with a more intriguing plot and bigger cast. American actor Tate Donovan is reportedly joining the hit dystopian alternative-history drama to play a major character.
Donovan is 'The Man in The High Castle'
What Culture reported earlier that Isa Dick Hackett, the show's executive producer, revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con 2016 panel that the new season will finally unveil the identity of the "Man in the High Castle." The identity of the titular character has been puzzling and intriguing a lot of fans since the show's controversial debut in 2015. more >>
American Horror Story fans were ecstatic Wednesday as new teasers were released via Snapchat. A total of 6 brief and terrifying snippets were released and almost immediately, the internet went abuzz as fans' imaginations started to fly.
A breakdown of all 6 teasers
Each Snapchat teaser was only seconds long but these gave fans amazing ideas on what will happen next season of the show. The first one was set in what could be a baby's nursery; a weird mobile hung on top of a creepy crib and hanging from the mobile were a pitchfork and a knife. The baby inside the crib cries and then it suddenly stops as a figure with a green ugly hand grabs the knife. more >>
Fox News host Bill O'Reilly's recent assertion that slaves who worked on the White House were "well fed" and housed in "decent lodgings" has no historical proof to back it up, expert historians have told The Christian Post.
After first lady Michelle Obama asserted during her speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday that she wakes up every morning in a "house that was built by slaves," O'Reilly explained on "The O'Reilly Factor" on Tuesday that Obama was right to say slaves worked on the construction of the White House along with immigrants, whites and free blacks.
O'Reilly, however, went on to add that slaves who helped build the White House while America's second President John Adams resided in what was then known as executive mansion were "well fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government." more >>