Executive Produced and Narrated by Natalie Grant, the official film trailer for In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom has been released at www.StoriesofFreedom.com in preparation for the launch of a three-part campaign to help stop sex trafficking in the United States.
Leading pastor, author and recording artist Matthew Hagee takes center stage for A New Season, his March 18 Difference Media/Capitol Christian Distribution solo debut. Produced by Michael Sykes (Oak Ridge Boys, Gaither Vocal Band), the project features 11 Inspirationally-focused country selections.
Grammy winning Christian artist and best-selling author Rebecca St. James has another “first” to add to her long list of credits… The Australian born St. James has delivered her first-born – a daughter – for her and husband Jacob Fink. The couple married in April 2011.
International best-selling author Adam Houge is on a mission to see lives dramatically changed with his latest book, The 7 Most Powerful Prayers That Will Change Your Life Forever (Living Tree Publishing). With over 500,000 copies of the book already distributed, the book has spent all of 2014 in Amazon.com’s Top 100 Non-Fiction books and as the #1 Devotional in the Christian Books & Bibles category.
Three of the industry’s best selling, most-awarded and critically acclaimed artists to hit seven select markets this May
A who’s who of conservative celebrities gathered in November in Asheville, N.C., to honor and praise Billy Graham, the famed Christian evangelist, on the occasion of his 95th birthday. Inside the hotel ballroom, Donald Trump and Sarah Palin rubbed elbows with Rupert Murdoch, Glenn Beck, Greta van Susteren and Rick Warren.
No one is surprised that Miley Cyrus’ “Bangerz” tour pushes the limits of performance artistry, but people are starting to wonder if she’s maybe taken things a bit too far this time. Cyrus’ recent tour antics are making her MTV Video Music Awards “Blurred Lines” performance look tame and family-friendly.
In an age where it is more comfortable to go to the “house of feasting” than the “house of mourning,” Peter Wherry offers a scholarly view of the matter of death and how it should be handled within the black church. With precision and professionalism, Wherry guides pastors on how to comfort the grieving and bear the burdens of the bereaved with patience and heart.
For the fourth straight year, the At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy will be held on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.
A snake-handling pastor who appeared on the National Geographic television reality show “Snake Salvation” has died after being bitten by a snake during a weekend church service in Kentucky.
When he was a boy, the Rev. Thomas Barclay noticed a difference between the worshippers of his small Pentecostal denomination and churches he visited of the larger Assemblies of God.
Tuesday, OneHope reached its billionth child–a young girl in China–with a relevant gospel message. The moment was broadcast live for OneHope partners around the world to celebrate the occasion.
In the past three years, well-known televangelist and minister T.D. Jakes has allegedly been stalked by a woman and a former church member who has come to his home several times, and once reportedly tried to hit a security officer with her car.
Same-sex marriage’s dominance is growing rapidly even in surprising places, so much so that churches that refuse to endorse such unions soon will be considered bigoted, Russell D. Moore has told Baptist state leaders.
Talk about a Holy War.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s Nobel Peace Prize medal and personal Bible must be moved to a court-controlled safety deposit box, a judge ruled on Wednesday as the late civil rights leader’s children are engaged in a fight over ownership of his estate.
Nine same-sex couples filed suit on Wednesday challenging Colorado’s ban on gay marriage, following a recent string of court decisions striking down similar restrictions in New Mexico, Utah and Virginia.
Mohammad Asghar, a 69-year-old paranoid schizophrenic, faces a death sentence in Pakistan for claiming to be the Prophet Muhammad in letters written to officials and police in 2010.