Before Adrienne Bailon started dating her fiancee Israel Houghton, the talk show host reveals that she wanted to set him up on dates with her friends.
After wowing the world with her historic Olympic performance in Rio De Janeiro, Simone Biles is preparing to release her memoir, "Courage to Soar," this fall.
R&B singer Jennifer Hudson quoted a verse from Proverbs earlier this week to reveal that she hasn't strayed far from her Christian roots, and is still the same girl who sang solos at church.
Six months after Antonio Cromartie was cut from the New York Jets, the NFL player is glorifying God for another opportunity to play professional football after being picked up by the Indianapolis Colts.
Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton dated for only six month before they got engaged. Now, the bride-to-be is revealing how she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with the Christian singer.
Instead of speculating about alleged marital problems between celebrity couple Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert, fellow Christian entertainers David and Tamela Mann are calling on people to pray.
NBA star Dwight Howard is glorifying God for the release of his new basketball shoe with Chinese sportswear company Peak Sport.
Instead of living in fear, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday is putting all of his faith in Jesus as his pregnant wife, Lauren, battles a newly discovered brain tumor.
Instead of focusing on whether NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is right or wrong to remain seated during the national anthem as a form of protest, Benjamin Watson is defending his decision to honor "The Star Spangled Banner."
Jeremy Lin is already thinking about his newborn nephew developing a relationship with Jesus Christ.
In the midst of speculation about her marriage, Tamar Braxton has decided to speak publicly about her relationship with her husband of 13 years, Vincent Herbert.
When Jennifer Garner is away, Ben Affleck makes sure to uphold her values by taking their three children to church.
Pastor Jamal Bryant is going above and beyond to show his support for NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick by not only wearing his jersey during a sermon on Sunday, but also by encouraging his entire congregation to remain seated during the national anthem.
Christian Gold Medal Boxer Claressa Shields Deserves to Be on Wheaties Box, Say Thousands in Petition
Claressa Shields should be on the cover of a Wheaties cereal box, according to over 2,000 people petitioning for the Michigan boxing gold medalist to get the opportunity.
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson is helping her fellow Louisianans whose homes were destroyed during last months flooding by teaming up with the Roma Boot company to benefit relief efforts.
Even though former Destiny's Child singer Latavia Roberson suffered a miscarriage that would leave any women emotionally devastated, she is trusting in God's plan for her life.
Steve Harvey is sharing his mistakes and past tragedies to encourage people to trust in God to get them through their hardships and suffering.
Tina Knowles-Lawson, known to many as the mother of famed singers Beyoncé and Solange, is revealing how prayer led to her marriage to actor Richard Lawson last year.
Some critics might be questioning Tim Tebow's intentions for trying to start a professional baseball career, but the former NFL quarterback insists that he's willing to make sacrifices in order to fulfill his dreams.
Fantasia Barrino says she believes her purpose in life is to minister to broken women.
A number of celebrities take time out of their day to share a Bible verse with fans on social media, and singer Jordin Sparks chose to share nine.
Devon Franklin and his wife, Meagan Good, often speak about the importance of living a celibate lifestyle before marriage, but Franklin has admitted that he didn't always practice what he preaches.
Russell Wilson presented a check for $1 million to the Seattle Children's Hospital before the Seahawks' game against the Dallas Cowboys last Thursday that will be used for kids' immunotherapy treatments, which he says has a 93 percent success rate.
NFL Hall of Famers React to Colin Kaepernick's Refusal to Stand for National Anthem in Public Protest
NFL stars and hall of famers are responding to San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem "until there is significant change in the country" by voicing either their support or criticism for his actions.
Tamera Mowry-Housley is encouraging her followers on social media to express their gratitude in a godly way.