The Ultimate Fighting Championship's Vitor "The Phenom" Belfort is a loving husband and father of three children outside the cage. Inside it, he's one of the most dangerous men in mixed martial arts (MMA).
The head of a national chapter of the Ku Klux Klan is siding with the law in a property battle between an African-American church and a white nationalist shop in South Carolina.
The U.S. Department of Labor is giving out $20 million to organizations that place former prisoners on the path to redemption by giving them jobs.
"Joyful Noise" is a new musical that sings God's praises loud and proud. At first glance, it's a film about the titanic catfight between two competing choir directors at a small Georgia church.
Tim Tebow may be topping popularity contests nationwide, but basketball legend Charles Barkley isn’t one of his growing number of fans.
For Andrew Greer, Scripture is most alive in song. The singer-songwriter burst onto the Christian contemporary music scene with 2009's Open Book, a collection of achingly vulnerable songs about faith. His next release – this month's Angel Band: The Hymn Sessions – sees Greer going in a completely different direction.
"Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" is giving a new home to a Knoxville, Tenn., family famous for helping their community's single-mother households.
Jamie Grace records hit singles when she isn't completing a full course load in college. The 20-year-old singer songwriter starts her final semester at East Point, Georgia's Point University this week. It will be hard concentrating, she said, as there's a possible Grammy award to worry about besides senioritis. The child and youth development major is competing next month in the category of 2011's "best contemporary Christian music song," for "Hold Me," a single she recorded with tobyMac of DC
Talk of God is back on page one of the sports section and beyond thanks to evangelist quarterback Tim Tebow's orchestration of yet another miraculous finish, this time in the Denver Broncos' playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.
Joel Tanis, the creator of the children's TV series "Come on Over," believes the Bible couldn't have started any better.