Pure Flix and the Museum of the Bible have started a partnership to offer membership benefits to people who visit the museum.
Actor Chris Pratt quoted scripture in defense of filmmaker James Gunn after Disney Studios fired the "Guardians of the Galaxy" director over offensive tweets.
The CW's hit series "Supergirl" will become the first TV show to feature a transgender superhero.
New Orleans Saints defensive lineman Mitchell Loewen is being hailed a hero after he prayed and rescued a man pinned inside of a vehicle due to a bizarre accident.
Christian singer Riley Clemmons debuted her new music "Hold On" this week on a website co-founded by actor Ashton Kutcher.
Alveda King, the executive producer of the upcoming "Roe v. Wade" movie, has said she wants to set the record straight about claims that her team had deceived actors into being part of a pro-life film.
Lauren Daigle is gearing up to release her first album in three years and in her new single, "You Say," the young singer dispels self-doubt by declaring what God says about her.
Erica Campbell of gospel duo Mary Mary revealed that she once tried to kill herself.
Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson publically shares her battle with stress as she is walking in her purpose.
Brian Johnson, worship pastor at Bethel Church in Redding, California, is gearing up to release a new book that details how he overcame his struggles with anxiety.
Former Destiny's Child singer-turned-gospel artist Michelle Williams announced on Tuesday that she's entering a mental health facility for treatment following a longtime struggle with depression.
Jesus Culture recently shared how they've managed to keep their fire for God burning strong as they gear up for the release of their upcoming album, Living With a Fire.
Former NFL quarterback-turned-Minor League Baseball player Tim Tebow has confirmed that he's dating 2017 Miss Universe winner, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters.
Katy Perry revealed that her mom has been praying for her to "come back to God" her entire pop star life after her transition out of the Christian music industry. Though the singer said she never left God, she is now focused more on "spirituality."
Filmmaker Tyler Perry is warning fans not to fall prey to scams circulating on Facebook that are using his name.
CBS is gearing up to premiere a new series about an atheist whose rejection of faith is challenged after he receives a friend request from God.
The world celebrated this week as 12 boys and their soccer coach were rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand where they were trapped for 17 days and now, popular Christian production company Pure Flix says this story will be their next Hollywood film.
Pop super-star Justin Bieber and model Hailey Baldwin have announced that they'll be getting married after the singer popped the question in the Bahamas last week.
Grammy-nominated gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds, who has a successful Billboard chart-topping career in Christian music, recently released 10 reasons why people should not join the gospel music industry.
Facebook's new political crackdown affected a Christian singing group last week when the popular social media platform decided to remove a video posted by Zion's Joy! After facing backlash, it reinstated the video and now the message is reaching more people than ever.
One half of the gospel group Mary Mary, Erica Campbell, her husband, world-renowned music producer/pastor Warryn Campbell recently linked up with their children and family for a new reality show on TV One and the couple talk about the importance of discussing sex in church.
Golden State Warriors player Steph Curry and his wife, Ayesha, are praising God following the birth of their third child.
Actor Kirk Cameron has announced the launch of his latest venture that aims to help families combat new social norms he believes are plaguing the nation.
Actor Nick Loeb is co-directing the upcoming film "Roe v. Wade," a pro-life story of the landmark Supreme Court case and revealed the film has faced its share of obstacles, including people quitting and shoot locations backing out. But they're continuing production.
Grammy-nominated worship leader Kari Jobe shared a heartwarming baby announcement ahead of Fourth of July festivities.