Before coming under the tutelage of the prophetess Belinda Scott, Hadassah Elders was embedded in the Nation of Islam. Now, she's busy honing her gift as a young prophetess in the body of Christ on Lifetime's newest docu-series, "Preach."
Scott, a Cleveland Heights, Ohio-based prophetess, told The Christian Post that she has mentored an estimated 1,500 women. Now that cameras have followed her helping Elders walk in a prophetic calling after growing up in the Muslim faith, Scott insists she's simply following the Bible.
"I believe that as an elder statesman in the Lord, an elder woman in the Lord, in Timothy it says to first train up a young woman," Scott told CP. "We're just following Bible principles." more >>
Before a tornado ravaged her family's home, one Indiana woman heard the voice of God tell her to prepare her family for the upcoming devastation. This woman was one of many who decided to share their miraculous experiences on the new TLC show, produced by actress Roma Downey, called "Answered Prayers."
Downey, the "Touched by an Angel" actress, will host the new six episode TLC series that she'll also produce alongside her husband, Mike Burnett. The husband and wife duo recently teamed up to create the successful television miniseries "The Bible" and "AD."
Both Christians and non-believers who tune in will bear witness to real life footage, interviews and reactions to divine encounters such as one young boy surviving being buried under 11 feet of sand for hours, a pastor being stabbed 37 times and one family's car falling into an icy river bank with them in it. more >>
Two weeks after being accused of faking her Christian conversion to secure her spot on the hit reality TV show "Real Housewives of Orange County," star Tamra Judge has hit back at her critics insisting that her conversion is genuine and that it has completely changed her life.
"What's so funny is there's so many fake stories that go out there in the press," Judge, who accepted Christ as her savior roughly one month ago, told The Christian Post in a recent phone interview. "I think in the past six months I've felt like a new person, but it's just one of those things where I wanted to make it right with the Lord and I knew the journey I was on. I'm not saying like, I'm perfect and I'm not saying I'm at church every single Sunday. I try to go every Sunday, I'm joining a Bible study … as you know, your mindset changes [after being baptized]."
Judge's emotional baptism will air on the hit Bravo TV show that's in its 10th season in coming months as part of the season finale. Her life-changing decision to be born again came during what she said was a very difficult time in her life, after a woman at her Cut Fitness gym invited her to go to church. more >>
Syfy's hit science-fiction TV drama series "Defiance" is now ready to kick off its brand new third season this week. As reported earlier, the season will open up with two back-to-back episodes titled "The World We Seize" and "The Last Unicorns."
Main cast member Grant Bowler recently chatted with the people from TV Line to dish out some details for Season 3. One of the questions pointed out was about his character's upcoming journey.
"I asked Kevin [Murphy] for something to keep Nolan preoccupied aside from Irisa [Stephanie Leonidas], because he tends to run around after her a lot, and what he delivered was unbelievable," the actor who plays Joshua Nolan told TV Line. more >>
The second season of Fox's hit TV drama series "Empire" is now eyeing to grow its talented characters list with this new "teenage rapper."
A report from TV Line indicated that the producers of the scripted program are currently on the lookout for a "baby-faced actress" to play the recurring role of the "potentially breakout" Betty Barz. The character in question is said to be "moody, outspoken" kind of teenager with a penchant for spitting rhymes.
Betty (who is often known as "Betty Gathers" and "The Queen O'16S") is an African-American who is "unapologetically butch." She's often referred to as a hero in her "Brownsville-Never-Ran-Never-Will, Brooklyn" neighborhood. more >>
There's only about a handful of days left before the massively-popular TV adaptation of George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire," "Game of Thrones," will end its current fifth season.
And while fans are still reeling over the shocking and mind-blowing events of the past two episodes, HBO released a handful of promo images for this week's upcoming finale segment titled "Mother's Mercy."
Among the photos that made online is a picture of Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) kneeling in front of the High Sparrow. Speculations from various media outlets indicated that Cersei might finally be submitting herself into the justice of the old gods. It was previously said that the only way for her to get out of prison is to confess and repent for her sins. Could this be the moment that fans will see her much-anticipated "walk of shame?" more >>