Streaming platform Hulu has reportedly reversed course after rejecting a Texas church’s advertisement promoting church services, a decision announced by First Liberty Institute, a religious liberty law firm.


Famed wrestler Hulk Hogan is opening up about his walk with Jesus Christ since publicly announcing his baptism last December. In a recent interview, the 70-year-old invited his followers to turn to Jesus saying, "Knowing of Jesus and knowing Him are two different things."  

Greta Gerwig (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP)

Greta Gerwig is trading in hot pink heels for a lion, a witch, and a wardrobe. The director of the box-office hit “Barbie” says her goal in creating new film adaptations of C.S. Lewis’ “Narnia” for Netflix is to give viewers a “magical … re-enchantment of the world.”

Ordinary Angels

The faith-based film "Ordinary Angels" finished in third place at the box office this weekend raking in more than $6 million.

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"Everything can be seen through the eyes of love. The Bible said that God is love. If God is love then we should be able to see everything through the lenses of love."

Bill Maher

Famed comedian Bill Maher is well-known for his atheism, but a fellow performer recently appeared on his “Club Random” podcast and implored him to look a bit deeper than his skepticism typically allows.

Scott Hamilton

Olympic skater Scott Hamilton has undergone chemotherapy and surgeries to fight testicular cancer and back-to-back bouts with brain tumors. 

"Ordinary Angels" is a true story of faith and commitment

The true story Ordinary Angels is hitting theaters this weekend. The movie tells the miraculous story of how one ordinary woman at the right place at the right time stepped up to lead a community in the miraculous pursuit of saving a young girl's life. 


Singer McKenna Breinholt received more than just a thumbs up from the American Idol judges after her audition Sunday night. She also got to meet her birth family in person. 


Actor and producer Kirk Cameron has announced he's teaming up with his book publisher to produce a crowdfunded live-action children's television series to bring wholesome entertainment to families.