A late-night comedy talk show hosted by Pastor Jeff Durbin has drawn mixed reactions from viewers, with some praising it for its attempt to engage the culture for the gospel, and others wondering whether such a program is necessary for an already overly-entertained society.Read More
"Fuller House" star Candace Cameron Bure came to the defense of Chris Pratt after he received some backlash for talking about Jesus Christ just after he announced his split with his wife Anna Faris.Read More
Rumors have been circulating that "Fixer Upper" stars Chip and Joanna Gaines are separating, but the online chatter was suddenly extinguished in one short tweet from half of the home improvement couple.Read More
The executive producer of the upcoming television series "Star Trek: Discovery" has said that the cast is still allowed to mention the word "God" despite previous reports that the word has been banned on set.Read More
Joe Schimmel of Good Fight Ministries and pastor of Blessed Hope Chapel in Simi Valley, California has expressed concerns about Lentz's friendship with Bieber after the two were seen in photographs drinking at Blue Door Bar in Queenstown, New Zealand.Read More
Brian "Head" Welch, guitarist and co-founder of the band Korn, expressed his dismay at the news of the suicide of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington, saying he chose "the cowardly way out" by taking his own life.Read More
David and Jason Benham, the hosts of the now-canceled reality TV program "Flip it Forward" on HGTV, recently recounted that they almost promised the network to stop talking about their Christian beliefs on political issues in an attempt to save their show.Read More
Televangelist Benny Hinn has partnered with Nigerian Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Believers' LoveWorld Inc. to launch a new Christian cable television channel that would highlight God's miraculous powers.Read More
A Mennonite criminal defense investigator from Colorado has agreed to testify in a death penalty case after she was jailed for refusing to take the stand because she feared that her testimony could be used to help execute the defendant.
Human rights advocates in Pakistan are expressing concern about the plight of the country's persecuted minority communities after a court ruled on Friday that all citizens must declare their religion when applying for identity documents.