“Behind Her Faith” is a new docuseries from Paula Bryant-Ellis featuring Essence Atkins, Aisha Hinds, Niecy Nash, and The Shade Room Founder Angelica Nwandu. The celebrities share their stories of disappointment, triumph, and faith with honesty and raw emotion.
Franklin said on TBN that ‘black and brown people in America are looking for the church to be a safe haven, but at times it isn’t always answering to that call.’
The biopic about the work of Bryan Stevenson isn’t about a man, but a social justice movement that any one of us can join.
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And He spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to to pray, not to faint; Walk by Faith, Not By Sight Oh Give Thanks Unto the Lord;For He Is...
In an interview with Urban Faith, “Harriet” Director Kasi Lemmons shared some insights on how she crafted the storytelling to introduce the “Moses of her people” to audiences in 2019.
Is there a spiritual litmus test that qualifies any of us to tell people what’s happening with our faith?
Gospel artist Donnie McClurkin shares how Oprah Winfrey boosted his career, the status of his relationship with gospel artist Nicole C. Mullen and how retirement is a ways off.
Worship leaders can promote justice or social indifference by the signals they send each week. Here’s how to help worshipers capture a multidimensional view of God.
The Best of Enemies is a film that arouses a range of emotions but leaves the audience feeling hopeful. It’s a story of expected and unexpected courage, civility and camaraderie in the plight to desegregate Durham Public Schools in 1971.
In a nation where pro sports are the most socially acceptable form of religion, what happens when a pastor’s other job is shepherding NBA fans over the Internet? An interview with Portland Trail Blazers beat journalist David Deckard.
There have, in fact, been hundreds of films about Jesus produced around the world for over 100 years. These films have prompted devotion and missionary outreach, just as they have challenged viewers’ assumptions about Jesus.
The series is a fresh, relevant, and necessary examination into the depths of the Christian millennial experience.
“It was challenging, especially being the lone black presence in the film and feeling responsible to address that publicly,” says Ali. “There’s a difference between racist and lacking awareness.”
This fall, a new CBS hourlong dramedy “God Friended Me” premiered to such impressive ratings that the network gave a full-season order for it after only three episodes.
Christian artist Tauren Wells won four awards including new artist and contemporary Christian artist of the year at the 49th annual Gospel Music Association’s Dove Awards.
Video Courtesy of Click On Detroit | Local 4 | WDIV Mourners began pouring into Detroit's Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History on Tuesday to pay their final respects to Aretha Franklin. They approached her gold-plated casket to the sounds of her gospel...
For more than 30 years, costume designer Ruth E. Carter’s creations have brought the African-American experience to life on the big screen, from 19th century slave ships in “Amistad” to 1980s Brooklyn in “Do the Right Thing,”