Tamera Mowry-Housley is again having to respond to criticisms of her marriage to Fox News correspondent Adam Housley, who is white, after people blasted her husband for cooking collard greens on Thanksgiving Day.
Tim Tebow believes comments like San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick praising former president of Cuba Fidel Castro may be separating more people than bringing them together.
Justin Bieber says Instagram is a social media tool that's being used by "the devil."
Recording artist-turned-worship leader Montell Jordan says he's open to helping Kanye West should the rap mogul reach out to him for guidance and support.
Kirk Franklin is speaking out against the belief that it was "God's will" for six children to be killed in a school bus accident last week in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Bishop T.D. Jakes is showing his support for gospel musicians by attending the annual Festival of Praise tour featuring Fred Hammond, one of the show's organizers, who says the preacher's impact extends far beyond what most people know.
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles says she openly shares her Christian faith with the children she meets so they can learn how it has helped her get through all of life's challenges.
Kanye West has said he feels like he's under a spiritual attack and has been for a long time, according to sources close to the entertainer.
Pastor Shirley Caesar loves the fact that a song she recorded decades ago is getting remixed into a viral cultural sensation, but she's vehemently opposed to it being used in twerking videos.
Angela Simmons is speaking up after not living up to her public profession of waiting until marriage to have sex.
One year after overcoming international criticism for mistakenly announcing the wrong winner as host of the Miss Universe pageant, Steve Harvey is capitalizing on his gaffe by selling "Merry Easter" sweaters.
Lecrae has the ability to do something powerful in developing the next generation of leaders, according to Christian rapper Christon Gray.
Ayesha Curry is reminding students at Christian college Liberty University just how blessed they are to be able to openly worship God while pursuing a higher education.
Mary J. Blige says she's overcoming a public divorce from her estranged husband Kendu Isaacs of 12 years with the help of God and prayer.
Actor Omari Hardwick says if it weren't for God, he might not have accepted a role in the Starz hit series "Power" that was nominated for a People's Choice Award last week.
Omarosa Manigault, season one star of "The Apprentice" who served as the African-American outreach director for President-elect Donald Trump's campaign, is shedding tears for all of the friends she lost over her support for the 45th leader of the United States.
Mixed martial artist Jon "Bones" Jones continues to credit God for his talents and blessings in life after he received a one year suspension from the UFC.
Tim Tebow's best-selling book, "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms," made its debut last month, and the popular Christian athlete is giving fans an incentive to buy a copy if they haven't already.
Some Christians might not agree with many believers' decision to get a tattoo, but Christian R&B star Monica Brown says the permanent inking of Jesus Christ on her arm has strengthened her faith.
After facing criticism from some fans and celebrities for posting a message on Twitter about the successful meeting between President-elect Donald Trump and President Obama, Oprah Winfrey says she believes Jesus was trying to teach her a lesson.
Even with his rising mainstream success, hip hop star Chance The Rapper isn't forgetting his Christian foundation that has been reinforced by the likes of his grandmother.
Kelly Price has endured some heartaches over the past few years, but as she is preparing some major moves in her career, she is remembering the faith that was instilled in her by her family matriarch.
Evangelical Christians proved to be a driving force behind Donald Trump winning the 2016 presidential election, but some high-profile Christian entertainers have voiced their disagreement with fellow believers who supported the candidate.
After Donald Trump won the presidential election Tuesday night, a number of people in the black community expressed their concerns, outrage and disappointment. Some high-profile Christians in that community, however, are using their faith to encourage people who are struggling to come to grips with the results of the 2016 election.
Tim Tebow seems to have hit a home run with his latest book, "Shaken," which has landed on multiple best-sellers lists.