Christian rock band NEEDTOBREATHE is set to release Hard Love on July 15 and the band opened up about their new sound and the road that helped them to get there.
The Grammy-nominated band is not only a household name in the Christian world but their mainstream success has opened the door for them to be the opening act for one of the highest grossing pop artist, Taylor Swift, on her world tour.
It's not often Christian films take on romance in a comical way, but the first look at the new trailer for "In-Lawfully Yours" shows that a group of millennials at Regent University teamed up with Home Theater Films to do just that.
Set to arrive on DVD and Digital HD on Sept. 6, "In-Lawfully Yours" features an all-star cast including Chelsey Crisp ("Fresh off the Boat"), Marilu Henner ("Taxi," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine") and Corbin Bernsen ("LA Law," "Psych," "Major League") along with Philip Boyd ("Tyler Perry's The Have and the Have Nots") and Joe Williamson ("Grey's Anatomy").
The new flick, produced by the creators of Christian Mingle, seeks to get viewers to discover the joys of falling in love in unexpected places in the style of an enchanting romantic comedy. more >>
The film "Miracles From Heaven," which recounts the real-life story of 12-year-old Annabel Beam's medical miracle and her near-death experience after she fell into a tree, made its digital debut this week and will be available on Blu-ray and DVD next month.
Annabel suffered from a pseudo-obstruction motility disorder for years and was unable to eat, using feeding tubes for nutrition. But after her near-death experience she was subsequently cured of her disorder — a miracle Anna said she was told would happen by Jesus while unconscious and in Heaven.
While the film takes theatrical liberties with Annabel's descriptions of Heaven, Chissy Beam, the 12-year-old's mother who is played by actress Jennifer Garner, told The Christian Post that it gives viewers an in-depth look at the pain the Beam family suffered and how their faith sustained them during the crisis. more >>
Following the amputation of both of his feet in early June to stave off a critical infection, Jason Weaver is now heading back home from the hospital.
On Friday, the Big Daddy Weave bassist and singer had his last amputation-related foot surgery, according to the Facebook site Pray For Jay, which has been providing updates about Weaver's condition.
"Jason is headed home!!!" a brief message and a photo posted on Facebook announced on Tuesday. more >>
In Part One of The Christian Post's interview with Marguerite Barankitse, the Christian humanitarian worker who rescued tens of thousands of children in her Maison Shalom orphanages in the wake of the Burundian civil war, she talked about the importance of forgiveness, even for those who killed 60 of her family members during that conflict. In Part Two, she shares the one thing she wants world leaders to know about her hope for the country's future.
Amid political unrest in Burundi where demonstrators are calling for President Pierre Nkurunziza to step down following mass civilian executions, Barankitse says she has been forced to flee the country to Rwanda where she now lives.
Kansas' public schools will not adhere to President Barack Obama's transgender bathroom directive, thanks to a vote taken by state leadership.
In a unanimous vote, the state Board of Education approved a statement last week rejecting the Obama Administration's directive on transgender student bathroom guidelines.
"We are firm in our belief that decisions about the care, safety and well-being of all students are best made by the local school district based on the needs and desires of the students, parents and communities they serve," read the statement in part. more >>