For 32 years the Stellar Awards have served as the premier gospel music event that honors those who've made an impact on the industry each year. Along with the awards given to the best in gospel entertainment come performances from notable voices in the industry.
Gospel singer Kierra Sheard comes from generations of renowned worshipers, but that doesn't mean she's afraid of exposing the dirty details of her personal life that might help save souls when the music stops.
Joseph Habedank's addiction to prescription drugs could have ended his music career, but God had other plans for the singer-songwriter who is using his voice and pen to highlight the resurrecting power of God.
How would a megachurch worship leader deal with the discovery that her husband is battling with homosexual desires?
Tyrese Gibson has made his vision for a sculpture inspired by Jesus Christ come to life, and now he's calling for fans to find a scripture that coincides with it.
Sarah Jakes Roberts is admitting that taking on the title of first lady at a megachurch comes with it's fair share of pressure.
Singer Jordin Sparks says she depended on scripture to help her complete the Los Angeles Marathon Sunday where she ran for over seven hours.
The famed '90s R&B quartet Xscape reunited after 18 years to sing the Christian hymn, "Give Me a Clean Heart."
Some people are afraid that the gospel music industry is in a state of decline, but singer-songwriter James "JJ" Hairston didn't let that stop him from launching a new record label.
Tamar Braxton says she's focusing on God instead of the negative feelings that once surfaced when she was fired from "The Real" daytime talk show last year.
Gospel singer Tim Bowman Jr. and his author wife Brelyn Bowman are bringing a brand new show to The Word Network that will cater to a younger generation.
There's a reason Sadie Robertson hasn't had to publicly deal with the consequences of making impulsive decisions like many of her famous peers. She has a five-second rule.
Kirk Franklin is revealing how much a troubled marriage can impact people's ministry. "When men in ministry fail in their marriages, it will in no doubt affect the way they feel about God's marriage to them.....," he said.
Steve Harvey is pairing his relationship expertise and Christian faith to help one woman flirt with men at her church using Scripture.
Ben Seewald is cautioning his social media followers against watching "The Shack" movie. "There is a God presented to us in 'The Shack' — a false god," he says.
Ciara Wilson believes God saved her and her unborn baby in a car accident Friday.
The gospel music community is showing Deon Kipping that he's not alone in his battle with cancer, and is supporting the singer by raising over $25,000 to help pay for his medical expenses.
Even though Viola Davis has a successful career decorated with Oscar and Emmy Awards, the Christian actress leans on prayer to help her succeed as a parent.
The story of a 2-year-old boy miraculously recalling memories from the life of baseball legend Lou Gehrig is being released as both a book later this month and a future film being brought to the big screen by producer DeVon Franklin.
In her latest fashion magazine spread showing off her baby bump, singer Ciara Wilson highlights the importance of prayer and being "still."
Steph Curry is one of the NBA's best shooters, but the Golden State Warriors guard says he also wants to be known for reflecting God's love.
Fantasia Barrino is revealing how prayer helped her heal from a second degree burn that she suffered while on tour.
Jeremy Lin is forfeiting one day's pay, which amounts to over $100,000, to fund education programs for girls worldwide.
When Tasha Cobbs got married over the weekend, she received an outpouring of support from the gospel music community.
Jeannie Mai is speaking out against those who have shamed her for not wanting children, including people in her church who have laid hands on her and prayed for her desire to give birth.