The 59th annual Grammy Awards nominations have been announced and this year's list features some of Christian music's biggest names.
Judges and fans praise contestant Christian Cuevas for singing an overtly gospel worship song by Israel & New Breed on the semi finals of "The Voice."
'Bringing Up Bates' Father Gil Showcases His Artistic Talents in Retelling of the Christmas Story (CP Exclusive)
Gil Bates, family patriarch of UPtv's No. 1 hit reality series "Bringing Up Bates," showcases his artistic talents in an exclusive video clip of his retelling of the Christmas story.
Former Cover Girl, 'I Am Not Ashamed' Actress Jennifer O'Neill Says Christian Martyrdom Is in America (Interview)
Former Cover Girl and Actress Jennifer O'Neill of the newly released film, "I'm Not Ashamed" says American Christians might not all face death for their faith but they are still facing a form of martyrdom.
Pastor Frederick Haynes III of Friendship West Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, has been making media rounds this week to clarify rumors that he was streaming the Dallas Cowboys game during a recent Sunday service.
Hillsong's acclaimed worship film "Let Hope Rise" arrives on DVD just in time for Christmas.
'Hip-Hop Theologian' Sho Baraka Says Political Correctness Has Stifled Honest Dialogue in America (Interview)
Self-professed "hip-hop theologian" Sho Baraka recently released his new album, "The Narrative," and says his desire to speak out on the nation's political climate as an African-American Christian has caused a great stir.
Worship leader Matt Redman teamed up with international pop star Natasha Bedingfield for, "Help From Heaven" a new holiday song and music Video with a message of hope.
TBN's Matt Crouch and singer Carman are honoring Kim Clement following the announcement of his death last week at age 60.
Actress Jennifer Nettles, who stars in Dolly Parton's holiday special "Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love," says the made-for-TV movie provides a glimpse into how faith informs the mega superstar's life and her belief in miracles.
Popular Christian athlete Tim Tebow says there was a time in his life when he found himself unexpectedly unemployed, without a home and without a car, but he held onto his faith.
Singer Brandy Norwood says for the last 10 years she hasn't felt like herself and at her lowest point cried out to God for help to change her life.
Chance the Rapper, Twista, Marlon Wayans and gospel singer Kierra Sheard are publicly offering support and prayers for Kanye West after he admits himself into a Los Angeles hospital.
In keeping with Thanksgiving tradition, some of worship music's biggest names are sharing what they're most thankful for this year.
Mark Burnett and Roma Downey will launch a new, 24-hour faith and family entertainment network called Light TV next month.
Franklin Graham's upcoming release "Facing Darkness' about the true story of Ebola stricken missionaries wins big at 2016 Heartland Film Festival.
Popular worship leader Israel Houghton and daytime talk show host Adrienne Bailon tied the knot last Friday in an intimate ceremony in Paris, France. The newlyweds shared exclusive footage of their big day with Bailon's co-hosts in the latest episode of "The Real."
Roger "Everything Co$t" Green is known for his years of writing songs for Grammy Award-winning platinum-selling rap mogul P. Diddy. But now he's aiming to "save a generation" with gospel hip-hop.
Australian contemporary worship group Hillsong Young & Free are calling on fans to join them in donating to a World Vision program that provides aid to Syrian refugee children instead of paying to download their new video, "Real Love."
Grammy Award-winning worship leader Chris Tomlin finds his calling in bringing believers together in unity and prayer, and on April 4, 2017, he'll be going back out on the road for the 23-city "Worship Night in America" tour.
While many Americans are up in arms over Hillary Clinton's unexpected loss to Donald Trump after Tuesday's election, a number of evangelical leaders are rallying around the president elect and calling for others to join them in praying for him.
While Katy Perry, Whoopi Goldberg and Robert DeNiro are publicly mourning Hillary Clinton's unexpected loss to Donald Trump after Tuesday night's election, a handful of Christian celebrities took to social media to congratulate the 45th president.
Former FlyLeaf frontwoman Lacey Sturm recently released her deeply personal memoir, "The Mystery: Finding True Love in a World of Broken Lovers," in which she opens up about her divorce, emotional affair with a married man, battle with suicide, and how she found healing from it all.
President and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan's Purse, Franklin Graham, encourages Christians and Millennials to hold their nose and vote on Nov. 8th, stating he believes Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a changed man.
The upcoming movie "Believe" shows a timely message of how faith can bring people of different races together to make a difference in a community.