Carrie Underwood released the music video for her latest faith-filled single "Something in the Water" on Wednesday night, exciting fans everywhere.
Staying in line with the strong Christian theme of baptism in the song, Underwood's new video features several dancers performing in water. Moreover, in a possible ode to Jesus, the singer appears to walk on water herself in the video for "Something in the Water." The music video arrived after Underwood had just performed the new track on the 2014 CMA Awards on Nov. 5.
In a potential introduction to the 2016 presidential race, an hour-long documentary about retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson will air over the weekend in 22 states and the District of Columbia.
According to Right Side Wire, the rising 63-year-old conservative will be featured in a documentary that will air this weekend entitled "A Breath of Fresh Air: A New Prescription For America."
The documentary is designed to provide greater insight into Carson's life and suggest that Carson may be running for president in 2016. The show will also inform viewers on how Carson has made a "political transformation" since he gained national conservative prominence for criticizing President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law during his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast in February of 2013. more >>
Thomas Torrey is the man behind the Moments initiative on INSP and was specifically hired to create the campaign, which airs creative and biographical "moments" instead of commercials on the channel. They are meant to inspire and draw people in. He spoke with The Christian Post on Friday about his work and the idea of Christian programming in a traditionally secular environment.
"The idea came from our CEO, who wanted to produce original content for INSP. He wanted to have a voice out in the world and had the initiative to start with short films that could fit in with the programming that would entertain and inspire our viewers. Most of the ideas come from the team that comes up with and executes the short films. We have a few different formats and everything comes from us internally," Torrey explained of his work for INSP.
The Moments initiative has featured well-known actors and actresses in both fiction and non-fiction films and has been recognized with several awards such as Telly Awards, Summit Creative Awards, New York Festivals Film & Television Awards, and many more. The films are meant to "inspire, encourage and entertain viewers with stories that celebrate love, faith, redemption, patriotism and other timeless truths," its website states. more >>
"BioShock Infinite" was regarded to be one of the best games of 2013, gaining several positive reviews and selling over 6 million copies since its release. However, less than a year after the game was released, Irrational Games was disbanded and most of the people who worked on the game were out of a job.
Not all was lost, however, as a few of the people who helped developed the game grouped together once more to form Day For Night Games and created their first game, The Black Glove. The title is currently in development and the devs are seeking funding through a Kickstarter campaign which ends Friday later this week.
"The Black Glove" is a title set in the 1920s theater called the Equinox. Joe Fielder, one of the writers and producers of "Bioshock Infinite" has called the game, "Bioshock mixed with Twin Peaks." The setting is reminiscent of David Lynch's Twin Peaks while the trio of characters residing in the theater are supposedly the successors to the characters from Ken Levine's Bioshock games. more >>
The 48th Annual CMA Awards took place in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night, where Miranda Lambert dominated in four different categories and made history.
Despite missing out on the night's top prize, the "Smokin' and Drinkin'" singer took home several CMA's, including her fifth consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year Award. Lambert's feat puts her ahead of country music legend Reba McEntire who earned four consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year awards during the '80's.
Additionally, Lambert earned the CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year with Keith Urban for their duet, "We Were Us," Album of the Year with "Platinum," as well as Single of the Year with the song "Automatic." more >>
Newlyweds Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald did not share their first kiss with the audience at their wedding but have released a new photo of themselves kissing, which has delighted fans.
The couple exchanged vows on Saturday, Nov. 1 but did not have their first kiss, choosing instead to save it for a more private moment before their reception. Instead, they introduced Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar up at the altar and had them kiss, stating, "Now you've seen a Duggar kiss."
Jessa and Ben followed the rules of traditional Duggar courtship, which includes the pledge not to engage in any physical intimacy. The two also decided not to hold hands until they were engaged and took it one step further to save the kiss for themselves instead of in front of their 1,000 guests. The picture posted to Jessa's Instagram account shows them engaged in a passionate kiss and has garnered over 107,000 "likes" on the website. more >>