Fergie, the Black Eyed Peas frontwoman who shares a 3-year-old son with actor husband Josh Duhamel, has been seen attending church services in recent weeks.
Hill Harper thought he would be married before having children, but the Christian actor believes God recently told him to adopt a son.
Eric Church is turning to the Gospels in his latest song, "Old Testament Me."
Steve Harvey is in hot water after joking about the Flint, Michigan, water crisis and now the city's mayor is demanding an apology. However, Harvey is standing his ground.
Actress Yvonne Orji's character, Molly Carter, on the HBO show "Insecure" is a fan of casual sex and profanity. But in real life, the 33-year-old virgin takes proper steps to maintain her Christian values in show business.
While countless media headlines are focusing on Olympic Gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross' revelation about an abortion early in her career, the soon-to-be mother is praying for the delivery of her son.
Jordin Sparks says she was more focused on partying than her relationship with God last year, but now that she's taken major strides in her faith walk she's revealing how her Creator changed her lifestyle that was rooted in pain.
Steph Curry says he and his Golden State Warriors teammates have formed a discipleship group and study the Bible daily.
Bishop T.D. Jakes was in for a surprise when a custom vintage car was brought on stage at The Potter's House church in honor of his 60th birthday Sunday.
Steph Curry celebrated his Golden State Warriors' second championship win in three years with his Pastor John Gray Monday night.
Christian music fans will get an opportunity to experience the K-LOVE Fan Awards and watch performances by their favorite artists in theaters Tuesday night.
Kim Walker-Smith is introducing the world to her newest bundle of joy, whom she calls her little piece of heaven.
Cora Jakes Coleman, the motivational speaker, author and daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, is celebrating her sixth wedding anniversary by reflecting on a prayer she said for her husband before they met.
Chance The Rapper left an impact on those attending the Charlotte, North Carolina stop of his "Be Encouraged Tour" after he asked concertgoers if they wanted to go to heaven.
Sadie Robertson plans to celebrate her birthday by calling fans and announcing some big news. Robertson, the motivational speaker and author who rose to fame on A&E's "Duck Dynasty," is going to be 20 years old on Sunday.
Katy Perry's parents may not be happy with the hypersexualized innuendos in her new song "Bon Appetit," but the pop star who has renounced her preacher parents' faith insists that her family is still full of love.
Lauren Alaina apologized for not putting Jesus first when accepting her CMT Award for Breakthrough Video of the Year on Wednesday night.
One preacher is singing Jeremy Lin's praises after the basketball star traveled to Thailand to learn firsthand about human trafficking and poverty.
Former NBA All-Star Chris Webber and his wife, Erika, are new parents of twins and glorifying God for the blessings after eight years of trying to become parents.
Keshia Knight Pulliam says she is praying for all parties involved in the Bill Cosby trial this week as she supports her television dad who is defending himself against allegations of sexual assault.
Josh Duggar is reportedly joining his sisters' lawsuit against his local Springdale, Arkansas city officials and In Touch magazine, according to new reports that claim the television personality feels publicly humiliated after those parties failed to protect his privacy.
Executive producer Mark Burnett and host Steve Harvey are the latest victims of hackers who are calling themselves The Dark Overlord.
Justin Bieber used his opportunity at the "One Love Manchester" concert in Manchester, England, Sunday night to encourage people about God's goodness in the face of evil.
It's been three years since Lady Antebellum has released an album, but the musicians say that taking a hiatus from the country music group was beneficial and enabled them to write new songs.
Gizelle Bryant, who's a cast member on Bravo's reality TV series "The Real Housewives of Potomac," is speaking out about her previous marriage to controversial Baltimore megachurch Pastor Jamal Bryant.