What's Merriam-Webster's Word of the Year for 2023? Hint: Be True to yourself
In an age of deepfakes and post-truth, as artificial intelligence rose and Elon Musk turned Twitter into X, the Merriam-Webster word of the year for 2023 is “authentic.”
This 'I Love Lucy' Star Was Tormented by Demons, Then He Had a Vision of Jesus that Changed His Life
At one point, he even blamed "I Love Lucy" for tearing his family apart and ruining his life. But in the end, God redeemed him from all of the pain.
The year was 1985 and 18-year-old actress Claudia Wells was making her big-screen debut as Jennifer Parker, Marty Mcfly’s girlfriend in Stephen Spielberg’s blockbuster classic Back to the Future.
'I Thank God Every Day': Cancer Survivor John Tesh Explains How God's Word Gives Him Hope and Healing
Christian author, musician, and former "Entertainment Tonight" co-host John Tesh recently shared that he continues to rely on his Christian faith as a means to overcome life's challenges.
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'Our World Is Crumbling': Rock Star Warns Americans on 'Verge of Losing This Country,' Amid 'Wimpy, Woke' Culture
John Cooper has been known for years as the frontman for Skillet, the popular rock band with a Christian lyrical bent. But in recent years, Cooper has also become an outspoken commentator about the state of the nation — and the church.
"The Chosen" – the world-famous, crowd-funded TV series about the life and ministry of Jesus – is now preparing for the premiere of Season 4 in theaters.
Actress and author Danica McKellar is openly reflecting on her newfound faith in Jesus Christ, noting "Christianity is not what I thought it was." She has discovered Christianity is all about having a relationship with God and finding joy in Him.
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Actor and comedian Rob Schneider says he is now a Catholic and vows to show "Christ's forgiveness" to others.
Grammy Award-winning Christian rapper Lecrae says he hopes the new Broadway-inspired nativity story, "Journey to Bethlehem," will impact audiences just like the Broadway hit Hamilton.
“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot — an Israeli national — is using her influence in Tinseltown to organize a screening of IDF footage of Hamas atrocities for a curated group of Hollywood elites.