Music and film producer Mark Joseph expressed worries about attempts to keep Christians out of the secular music arena.
Hobby Lobby Family's Powerful Lesson Challenges Everything the World Says About Power, Fame and Money
When it comes to creating a legacy, many people's minds turn to power, wealth and materialism — elements that too often become primary motivators. But Jackie Green, daughter-in-law of Hobby Lobby founder David Green, and her daughter, Lauren Green McAfee, are on a mission to transform the way people think about the legacy they leave behind.
Pastor Chris Sonksen is on a mission to encourage Christians to "quit church" — but his quest isn't quite what you'd think.
Everyone agrees that gun violence in America is a deadly problem, but there's a deep divide over how to solve the tragic conundrum.
AdoptTogether, leverages technology to help families crowdfund the monies needed to navigate the oft-times expensive adoption process. It's an innovative effort that connects children to consistent and loving forever homes.
Evangelist Christine Caine believes it's essential for Christians who are fearful or struggling in an increasingly secular culture to remember an important reality that sometimes gets lost in the social chaos: it's essential to find a balance between truth and love.
Actress Sam Sorbo warned that she believes schools are teaching kids that "life doesn't matter," that it is "just a series of accidents" and that evolution is true.
"I realized in the pit of that failure that I needed Jesus ... on a hill, overlooking Universal Studios," he said.
Jen Ledger, who has spent the past decade playing the drums for Christian rock band Skillet, recently ventured out on her own to release her first solo album, "LEDGER."
Kate Bowler was an accomplished college professor, mother and wife when she was diagnosed in 2015 with incurable, stage four colon cancer — a earth-shattering reality that left the then 35-year-old totally stunned.
Army hero Noah Galloway's life dramatically changed in late 2005, when an improvised explosive device (IED) shattered his world, claiming both his left arm and left leg. It was a violent assault that left Galloway in a difficult emotional place, as he struggled to cope with the long road to recovery.
"American Idol" alum Scott MacIntyre has faced his fair share of trials and tribulations. Born blind, MacIntyre later experienced kidney failure, pain, and uncertainty as he awaited two transplants.
Atticus Shaffer has been making audiences laugh for the past decade with his comical portrayal of "Brick" in "The Middle." He is also an outspoken Christian and has a painful genetic disorder that is characterized by easily broken bones.
Roma Downey said that she makes an effort to live her life "in gratitude" and that she is very "interested in people" and how human beings can "show up for one another" and offer support.
America is desperately in need of unity — a fact that led Pastor Ronnie Floyd, president of the National Day of Prayer and the former head of the Southern Baptist Convention, to recommend a key Bible verse that he believes people truly need right now.
Simon Majumdar: "Sometimes, the world can conspire against you. My mother died of Leukemia ... and then the business started to fail that I was running," he said. "I suffered really severe depression and one night I was actually standing on the balcony of my apartment in London, getting ready to jump."
On May 2, 1998, less than one year before her death, Rachel Joy Scott wrote that it would be her last year on Earth and told God that she had received what she could from this world. Perhaps most captivating was an image that she drew of two eyes crying 13 tears onto a flower. Scott reportedly drew that image right before two gunmen killed her and 12 others inside Columbine.
Lee Strobel encountered scores of healings and other claims of the miraculous, but there was one case in particular that truly blew his mind: the case of Barbara Snyder.
Are we living in the biblical end times? That's a question that has consistently emerged over the past two millennia, with scores of Christians wondering when Jesus' second coming will unfold. It's a topic that famed Christian author Joel Rosenberg has often discussed, as the prophecy expert routinely shares what he believes the Bible says about the end of days.
"Inside Edition" correspondent Megan Alexander said that many Christians complain about what's on TV and in movies, but that there aren't enough believers working in newsrooms, production studios and at other influential outfits to help turn the tide with more positive and uplifting messages.
Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, has been under fire for comments he made about President Donald Trump's questionable behavior, particularly his statement that evangelicals gave the commander in chief a "mulligan" for past poor choices.
Former ESPN producer Jason Romano reveals how his Christian faith led him to forgive his dad after years of alcoholism and chaos — and he offers some much-needed guidance for anyone else struggling with a loved one who has caused pain.
Two-time terror survivor Mason Wells once faced an uncertain future. But, more than a year and a half later, he now looks back on his experiences as well as his quest for healing through a hopeful and forgiving lens.
Bure responded to those who say "prayer isn't enough" or who mock invocations in the wake of tragedy. "It bothers me and I feel sad for the people who write it, because the first thing I think is, 'Well, they've never experienced the power of prayer. They just don't know,'"
A Louisiana woman named Kishi shared, in detail, her journey from drugs and desperation to faith and recovery, telling Robertson about how she nearly ended her life before finding Jesus.