With the release of Jason Fowler's new album I Fall In, the former rocker-turned-worshipper explains his journey to sobriety and the impact his relationship with God has made on his life.
Fowler's life can be heard in his music. Living a rock-n-roll lifestyle for years eventually caused him to hit rock bottom. After being kicked out of a drug dealer's house in downtown Atlanta and being homeless, he cried out to God and eventually was able to put the broken pieces of his life back together.
The following is an edited transcript of Fowler's interview with The Christian Post in which he discusses his rock star lifestyle of hopelessness and the transformation he received after attending a Christian-based addiction recovery program. more >>
Columbia Records has announced signing of hip-hop artist Lecrae and his record label, Reach Records.
Lecrae's latest album Anomaly, released on his own Reach Records label debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and has garnered recognition in mainstream hip-hop.
"The Atlanta-based artist, community leader, activist and entrepreneur has helped to revive the genre's conscious sensibility with his message of inspiration," Colombia Records said of Lecrae in a statement shared with The Christian Post . more >>
Christian supporters of presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are "abandoning the gospel of love" and justifying the doubts of Trump critics, former Republican presidential candidate Alan Keyes argued in support of leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore Thursday.
Moore, the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission who has encouraged evangelicals to vote third party rather than vote for Trump, has received much backlash after implying on Sunday that the Trump campaign is nothing more than "reality television moral sewage."
While the billionaire real estate mogul took to Twitter on Monday morning to call Moore "truly a terrible representative of evangelicals" and a "nasty guy," prominent evangelical Trump supporters have also lashed out at Moore for his comments. more >>
Sixteen years after the band dc Talk revolutionized the Christian market with their groundbreaking album Jesus Freak in 1995, the trio has announced a reunion of sorts with a performance next year on the Jesus Freak Cruise to the Bahamas.
The members of dc Talk started a frenzy when they hinted at a reunion in a series of videos posted on their website that led many fans to believe the announcement would be about a new album release and nationwide tour.
In statement shared with The Christian Post, dc Talk said: "This is a give back that we wanted to do — we wanted it to be intimate and special. More intimate than an arena tour could ever be. It embraces what we are doing and what we did. We are excited about both. Who knows what the future holds." more >>
The largest United Methodist congregation in the United States is constructing a new sanctuary that will include 3,500 seats and a 3,400-square-foot stain glass window installation.
The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, a multi-site congregation with an estimated 20,000 members, is in the process of building the new impressive sanctuary at its main campus in Leawood, Kansas.
Cathy Bien, director of communications for the Church of the Resurrection, told The Christian Post that the Leawood church's current sanctuary was meant to be a "temporary worship space." more >>
The Citadel military college of South Carolina announced that it will not bend its dress code rules to allow a potential Muslim female student to wear a hijab.
The Washington Post reports that the family of a Muslim student who was accepted into The Citadel says it is now considering all legal options after the college's president announced Tuesday that the school will not provide a dress code accommodation allowing her to wear a hijab with the school's specified uniforms.
The school, which is known for its strict guidelines and discipline, requires that its cadets wear uniforms and to have short hair cuts. more >>