The stars with voices of the angels sang a song to honor those now in Heaven.
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It seems the folks over at Rockefeller Center have a problem with the Almighty. Todd Starnes sounds off.
Here's where you can go to screen the movie that features six modern-day abolitionists.
2014 was the year of the Bible in Hollywood and God's Not Dead topped the list. Are you surprised by what films didn't make the cut?
The sister of the legendary gospel singer says that prayers are certainly appreciated in light of his "serious health complications."
For the U2 frontman, "this is not a fairy tale but a challenge. I preach what I need to hear."
TBN President Matthew Crouch says that the Launch of TBN UK on Freeview Channel 65 will "represent one of the single largest increases of faith television coverage in history."
"A lot of worship leaders feel limited and frustrated creatively, but we're called to so much more as Christians, even when it comes to our typical definition of worship."
Here's what new holiday tunes are topping the Christian music charts this Christmas.
The Christian retailer will be in the spotlight on Christmas Day on Lifetime's show, Designing Spaces.
Find out what other accolades Hillsong's platinum-selling album Zion has achieved.
The interactive Bible storybook has earned some major kudos. Here's why.
Nifty visual gags abound in family friendly Secret of the Tomb, which features Robin Williams' bittersweet final feature film.
Ridley Scott's adaptation of the second book of the Bible has stirred up the Christian community, drawing both staunch opposition and words of support.
Author Jane Kirkpatrick has wowed readers for years with her historical novels. Here's her latest accomplishment.
This six-member band from Carson City, Nevada, will debut their acoustic-driven album with a goal to highlight what it means to follow Jesus as true disciples.
Recorded live from a summer worship gathering in Redding, California, Bethel Church's latest release—a CD and accompanying film—captures a community's spontaneous worship and declarations of hope through songs like "You Are My One Thing," "No Longer Slaves" and the anthemic title track.
Faith Driven Consumer's Chris Stone has some hard words for Ridley Scott. Have you seen the movie? Do you agree?
Revivalist Randy Clark helps believers discover the gifts of the Holy Spirit, recognize when God moves around them and understand how miracles, signs and wonders play a key role in sharing the gospel.
One of the most dramatic and inspiring movies of the year has an incredible, real-life, faith-based twist. Find out why you should care, and how to approach this new film.
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