Grammy Award-winner Chris Tomlin released his 11th studio album Never Lose Sight on Oct. 21 and made a special guest appearance on "Fox & Friends" on Monday to honor God by performing his single, "Good Good Father."
As the Fox morning show hosts welcomed Tomlin to the network's performance stage they inquired about his No. 1 Billboard hit, asking if "Good Good Father" is a song he sings to his daughters every night before bed?
Tomlin chuckled and said he does actually, as they joked and said it's because he's a good father. more >>
Christian singer-songwriter Israel Houghton is honoring both God and his fiancee, Adrienne Bailon, on her 33rd birthday.
Houghton, the 45-year-old lead singer of Israel & New Breed, took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message with his wife-to-be.
"Today I honor @adriennebailon as she celebrates her 33rd trip around the sun — and the truth is, which each trip around she collects and reflects more light than before and shines brighter than the sun itself to me," he wrote. "I thank God for her, and I am so blessed to be able to share at least the next 60 or so trips around the sun with her. I love you Baby — so much. And a huge thanks to @nyricanmama for giving birth to the woman who has completely changed my life !#Happy33 #HappilyEverHoughton." more >>
Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington is best known for his roles in "Glory," "The Preacher's Wife," "Remember the Titans" and "Training Day." Although the Hollywood A-lister has recently been sharing his faith openly at public speaking engagements, he reveals why he never became a preacher.
In an interview with ABC News for his film, "The Magnificent Seven," Washington sits down for a 30 minute chat in which he talks about his upbringing. He explained that his father was a minister so they were never exposed to Westerns films like the one he now stars in. Instead the only movies Washington recalled seeing as a child were the Bible epics, "King of Kings" and "The Ten Commandments."
Washington's father was a Pentecostal preacher who was a pastor belonging to the Church of God in Christ denomination for 60 years. more >>
The 1984 Olympic gold medalist in figure skating Scott Hamilton has had another bout with a brain tumor — his third since 2004. The tumor is benign, however Hamilton says him and his wife, Tracie, are facing the diagnosis with optimism, come what may.
The four-time World Championship winner had testicular cancer in 1997. This year he went in for a normal check-up and doctors found the beginnings of the brain tumor, which had re-emerged, according to People. "I told Tracie, 'God doesn't owe me a day. I'm good. Whatever's next is next.' The blessings keep coming because we allow them and we ask for them."
Hamilton had previously dealt with the same tumor in 2004 and 2010. "I have a unique hobby of collecting life-threatening illness. I survived cancer in '97. Seven years later I was diagnosed with a pituitary brain tumor." After surving testicular cancer, Hamilton felt that the first tumor diagnosis was unfair. "'Great. Okay, that's not fair. I've had cancer — I get a pass for a while,'" he said. more >>
Steve Harvey has shared advice on everything from love to careers with his best-selling books. Now, he's taking to social media to share his knowledge about understanding God's voice.
The 59-year-old entertainment mogul who hosts "The Steve Harvey Morning Show," the daytime television program the "Steve Harvey Show" and game show "Family Feud," took to social media to reveal how to listen to God's voice in tough times.
"(Especially) in rough times, let go and let God. Listen for His direction," Harvey wrote. "You know it's God talking (because) there's no sin/malice in His voice." more >>
Jeremy Lin is ready for the Brooklyn Nets to experience a revival.
In the first email written to his digital prayer group in months, the Nets point guard is including prayers for his new team's spiritual transformation.
"Please pray for this upcoming season. Not only that we would play well and far exceed expectations (which let's just be honest, aren't very high right now lol), but that there would be revival on our team," Lin wrote. "I'm hoping my teammates come to Christ, that lives are transformed and that we experience God's power on AND off the court this season." more >>