Tina Campbell has had to postpone her tour due to low ticket sales weeks after receiving backlash for revealing that she voted for President Donald Trump.
Taylor Swift appears to be nude in her latest music video, years after saying she wanted to be intentional about dressing in a way that would serve as an example to young girls.
Anna Faris revealed in her new book some of the insecurities that she dealt with in her marriage to actor Chris Pratt before the pair announced their split in August.
People may recognize Ashley Graham for her lingerie or swimsuit photo spreads, but the plus size model is revealing that her Christian faith does shape her career decisions.
Shawn Johnson East, the former Olympic gymnast whose video documenting her miscarriage has gone viral, is finding solace in God.
Jeremy Lin's NBA season is officially over due to a knee injury that required surgery Saturday, but that isn't stopping the Brooklyn Nets guard from continuing to trust in God.
Steph Curry may be reflecting on his divine purpose for playing basketball after acting on his frustrations and getting ejected from his NBA game.
Jeannie Mai is opening up about her divorce from Freddy Harteis after more than a decade of marriage, insisting there was no cheating or betrayal involved.
Pop star Katy Perry's plan to buy a 3-acre estate in Los Angeles for the Catholic Archdiocese to use as a retreat for priests and bishops has failed.
Tim Tebow is gearing up to appear in the fifth and final season of the HGTV hit series "Fixer Upper."
Chick-fil-A, the fast food chicken chain with Christian values, is the No. 1 fast food chain in the nation.
Gabrielle Union is giving credit to God for helping her survive a brutal rape as a teenager. Union released her book where she details being raped as a Payless shoe store employee at the age of 19.
Ben Affleck may be visiting an outpatient rehab facility after a tumultuous week in the headlines where he has been outed for inappropriately groping women.
Michelle Williams is clearing up speculation about having suicidal thoughts when she was a member of the girl group Destiny's Child.
Chris Pratt is known for being an action star, but he lived his country music dreams by teaming up with singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton to perform "Tennessee Whiskey."
Jeremy Lin, the Brooklyn Nets point guard who sends prayer requests to a digital email group consisting of his fans, recently called for prayer for "those in power."
The 48th Annual Dove Awards honored some of the biggest names in Christian music and proved to be a big night for veteran artists in the genre.
Donnie McClurkin 'Excited' to Join Jay-Z, Cardi B, Chris Brown as Sole Gospel Singer at Tidal Benefit Concert
Pastor Donnie McClurkin is revealing why he is so excited to be a part of rap mogul Jay-Z's Tidal X: Brooklyn concert where he will serve as the only Christian music artist amid some of the biggest names in mainstream music.
Jessica Sanchez is revealing that her reason for kneeling after singing the national anthem at the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders game Sunday had something to do with a Bible verse.
Ben Affleck began his week in church after allegations of sexually inappropriate behavior mounted against him in news headlines.
Candace Cameron Bure is joining those speaking out against Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women in the industry.
The Rev. Jamal Bryant led hundreds of men in an act of protest outside of the M&T Bank Stadium where his hometown Baltimore Ravens faced the Chicago Bears Sunday.
Christian comedy has expanded its reach throughout the years, bringing the joy of the Lord beyond the four walls of the church. Now, a new generation of comedians are carrying the proverbial torch passed on by veteran comics like Tim Hawkins, Michael Jr., Henry Cho and Chonda Pierce to new levels.
Lakewood Church Hosting Kari Jobe, Tasha Cobbs, Hillsong Worship and More for Hurricane Relief Benefit
Lakewood Church is ensuring that the rebuilding efforts for the city of Houston, Texas are not forgotten by hosting a Hurricane Harvey benefit concert featuring some of the biggest voices in Christian music.
The "Duck Dynasty" era has ended, but Phil Robertson is gearing up to star in his own show where he will proudly reject "political correctness."