As Orlando's Universal Studios readied to host Rock the Universe 2017, Hurricane Irma, a Category 4 hurricane, the strongest to hit the Sunshine state in nearly six decades, swiftly approached Florida from the Caribbean. Despite the impending threat, the show went on and hundreds gathered in the popular theme park to worship Jesus before the storm.
The trailer for the film "The Man Who Invented Christmas," starring Dan Stevens of "Beauty and the Beast," was released this week. For the first look into the true life story behind Charles Dicken's "A Christmas Carol," the clip begins and ends with wishes for God's blessings.
"Fuller house" star Candace Cameron Bure kicked off September by partnering with an initiative called Skip 1, that encourages donors to skip spending on a day of the month and instead donate to help bring food and clean water to children all over the world.
Chick-fil-A came to the rescue for one elderly couple who called the popular chain restaurant and ordered two burritos and a rescue boat after being trapped in their Houston home due to Hurricane Harvey.
Popular Christian rock act Seventh Day Slumber recently released its 11th studio album to rave reviews from Christian and mainstream audiences alike and the band believes its message of truth can unite the country.
Christian leaders and entertainers are defending Joel Osteen after some in the public and the media bashed the Houston megachurch leader for not initially opening his church doors for Hurricane Harvey victims.
Lady Gaga's former teacher, evangelist Chris White, once warned the pop star that she would be left feeling empty from her fame. In a new preview for her upcoming "Five Foot Two" documentary, the singer tearfully reveals that she is in fact alone despite her fame.
"Sex and the City" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" actor John Corbett is the star of the upcoming Christian film "All Saints," which is a true story reminding the world to embrace the people that cross your path.
Nashville-based gospel singer Shannon J. Knight released a Facebook video last week in which he prayed for the "devil" of racism to come out of those in the United States swept up in the Confederate statue debate. And now his video has gone viral.
While many Americans are up in arms because of the racial tension throughout the country, award-winning journalist and Fox News anchor Kelly Wright hopes to unite the nation with a new music video for his song, "America Great Again."
The powerful story behind the Christian contemporary hit song "I Can Only Imagine," which has now been turned into a movie featuring Hollywood star Dennis Quaid, was picked up by global leading content distributor Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions. They announced an official release date.