If Lecrae were looking at himself objectively, even he would caution church leaders considering “bringing him in.” In his attempt to reach and engage today’s hip hop culture, the popular rapper has made some decisions that are destructive to the souls of men. Lecrae may be able to work with secular artists and not be influenced by their music content – but our youth are not.
Tamera Mowry, in a very sad video interview with Oprah Winfrey, tells through tears how she has been called all kinds of names due to her interracial marriage.
Layzie Bone from the rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony appears on a new single by Christian artist Surenda called “King’s Life”. But is the weed-smoking rapper now a born-again Christian?
Pope Francis, who dresses like every other pope before him, has been named “Best Dressed Man of the Year” by Esquire magazine.
Little more than a week after it suspended “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson for incendiary remarks about homosexuality, the cable channel A&E said Friday that it would include him in future tapings of the reality television show.
A church included an image of Trayvon Martin in its Christmas nativity scene this year.
This 2010 faith-based story from The New York Times has been making the rounds this week.
Religion making a comeback in America? Fox News panel turns into small evangelical group.
“Color of the Cross” was a 2006 independent film that depicted Jesus Christ as a black man (in the modern American sense). It was released just two years AFTER Mel Gibson’s “Passion of the Christ,” but apparently caused few waves.
Most Americans believe in Jesus’ virgin birth, according to a new study by the Pew Forum. See where Protestants and Catholics fall.
Phil Robertson, star of “Duck Dynasty” and conservative Christian, was interviewed for GQ magazine and expressed his belief that homosexuality is a sin, while also wondering why any man would want to have anal intercourse with another man when a woman “has so much to offer.”
The folks manning the “Left Behind” movie Facebook page posted a mock poster for the upcoming 2014 remake, and some fans have expressed concern that 2014 just might be “too late” — cause all the Christians might be raptured before then.
I Am Second, a video campaign that records the testimony of Christians from all walks of life, have the Robertson family of “Duck Dynasty” share their stories in a 30-minute special available for download on Nov. 21, 2013.
Lecrae dropped his “Church Clothes 2″ mixtape Thursday and fans are apparently eating it up since “church clothes 2″ was trending on Twitter.
Borrowing from the clean version of a popular Mike Jones song, I couldn’t help but think as I read this article from WORLD magazine on Lecrae Moore, how much in-roads the rapper has made both in mainstream hip-hop and in Christian circles…not without hate on both sides of course.
The creators of the She’s A Homewrecker have launched a complimentary website to expose the men cheating ruining the relationships of other men.
Apparently, allowing Christians to include “Jesus Christ” on grave markers could lead others to include Swastikas on tombstones, so one Colorado city says no such markings allowed.
Lecrae recently did an interview about his new “Churches Clothes 2″ mixtape, his studio album and his distinctions between his “holy hip-hop” music a couple of years ago and the focus of his new music.
Pastor Carl Lentz, who leads Hillsong NYC with Pastor Joel Houston, has been getting a lot of press of late. Now he’s in the October 2013 issue of Details magazine.
“Preachers of L.A.” airs next month on Oxygen and tongues have been wagging since the first teaser trailer was released that seemed to focus mostly on the six California pastors’ lavish lifestyles. The Ne
Some Americans really don’t mind embarrassing themselves and displaying their ignorance at the drop of a hat. Case in point: the Miss America pageant that resulted in the first-ever win for an American woman of Indian heritage.
The pilot for the new “Sleepy Hollow” TV show premiered on Fox Monday night and attracted various responses to its Book of Revelation-inspired retelling of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman.
Lecrae and D.A. Horton discuss Christianity and engaging culture at the SEND Conference 2013.
Jefferson Bethke, made famous by his YouTube spoken word hit “Why Hate Religion, But Love Jesus,” has penned an op-ed for The Washington Post. In it, Bethke suggests that his generation (20-30 somethings) are the new fundamentalists, who happen to live out their Christian faith a bit differently, but with as much passion, as the generations that came before them. What do you think?
Tamera Mowry-Housley, of “Sister Sister” fame, is apparently making news again because she has shared, again, how she felt compelled by her faith to remain celibate until marriage.
Agnieszka Radwanska, is being shunned by Catholics back home for her decision to appear nude in ESPN’s 2013 Body Issue…but U.S. football star Colin Kaepernick, also a Christian, is not facing the same criticism for also appearing naked in the annual issue. Why the double standard?
Meagan Good presented at the 2013 BET Awards Sunday night the Best Gospel Album award…and the eye-catching outfit she wore to the high-profile event apparently had some people talking, considering that she is a preacher’s wife.
John Piper, Christian theologian of Desiring God Ministries, shared an insightful article seeking to explain why black and white Americans might “interpret” Trayvon Martin’s friend and witness Rachel Jeantel different, specifically with the teen’s use of the word “nigga.”