Carrie Underwood did more than co-host the 51st Annual Country Music Awards on Wednesday; she performed a hymn about the love and mercy of Jesus Christ in the wake of tragedy.
DeVon Franklin says his next film will be about the true story of a Missouri teenager who died after drowning in a lake in 2015 and was brought back to life after his mother cried out to God.
Tamar Braxton says she sees God's purpose in her divorce. In the wee hours of the morning on Wednesday, Braxton revealed why she was ending her marriage of nine years to music executive Vincent Herbert.
Country singer Jimmy Wayne is speaking out against people who have been mocking prayer following Sunday's tragic shooting at a Texas church.
Bishop Marvin Sapp is questioning why the recent Texas church shooting has been classified as a mental health issue.
Pastor Carl Lentz is making it clear that he believes abortion is a sin after receiving backlash for failing to convey his stance on "The View" last week.
Tyrese Gibson says he's relying on scripture, meditation and prayers from fans after a tough week filled with a public breakdown concerning allegations of abuse against his daughter.
The cast for Disney's live action remake of "The Lion King" happens features multiple entertainers with Christian roots.
Yvonne Orji has been vocal about being a virgin for some time, but now the actress and comedian is opening up about some of the challenges that come along with her celibacy at the age of 33.
Bethel Music is hosting a benefit concert Saturday to raise $100,000 in supplies for displaced Christians and religious minorities in Northern Iraq.
Chip Gaines says he's willing to cut his hair if fans donate to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
The Houston Astros defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers Wednesday night to win their first-ever World Series championship and many fans believe their prayers helped cement the team's victory.
Pastor Touré Roberts is working on his second book, Wholeness: Winning in Life from the Inside Out, and says he hopes it will help people reach their full potential.
Gospel singer Deon Kipping is declaring that he has beat cancer less than a year after revealing his diagnosis.
Bishop Marvin Sapp is opening up about some of his struggles with dating after his wife died seven years ago.
Has Tyler Perry stopped pleasing God? That's what evangelist and best-selling author Larry Tomczak wrote in his editorial piece for Charisma last week.
Pastor Carl Lentz believes it is hypocritical for people to vilify film executive Harvey Weinstein while honoring the late Hugh Hefner.
Chrisette Michele Reveals Suicidal Thoughts, Miscarriage, Label Dropping Her After Trump Inauguration
Chrisette Michele has revealed that after receiving backlash for singing at President Donald Trump's inauguration, she was dropped from her record label, suffered a miscarriage and became suicidal.
Lecrae has explained why he decided to delete a tweet that he wrote condemning violent and misogynistic hip-hop lyrics.
Elevation Church megachurch Pastor Steven Furtick got Bishop T.D. Jakes to open up about the mainstream music he enjoys.
Tim Tebow is joining in on the running joke about his baseball career in the latest Nissan commercial "Teboween."
Singer Fergie is admitting that she didn't plan on getting a divorce from her estranged husband Josh Duhamel after they made the announcement last month.
Harry Connick Jr. and his wife Jill Goodacre are opening up about her emotional battle with breast cancer for the first time this week.
Phil Robertson is speaking out after Facebook removed a video of him cleaning and preparing a duck that he hunted.
Tamar Braxton's departure from "The Real" talk show was less than amicable, but that isn't stopping her former friends and co-hosts from offering prayer amid reports of her divorcing her husband.