Katy Perry opened up about her plans for the future, including non-traditional ideas for a family in an interview this week.
The 29-year-old pop star comes from a Christian background, with both parents becoming evangelical pastors during her childhood. In more recent years however, Perry has renounced her religious upbringing, even admitting that she is no longer a Christian today. In another deviation from her childhood, the singer said this week that she wants children someday, whether there is a man in her life or not.
Charlie Tillotson of Sidmouth, England is sweeping the internet after a compassionate act of kindness this week.
After learning about children who were battling cancer, Tillotson selflessly decided to chop her long blonde hair in order to donate it, according to reports this week. The 6-year-old donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust, an organization that creates wigs for young cancer patients.
"I can say no more, this is my daughter Charlie," Tillotson's father, Steve Tillotson, wrote on a fundraising page about his daughter. "She has told me today that she wants to have all her hair cut off for children with cancer. She has her heart set on raising 600 pounds (she originally wanted to raise ten hundred pounds) and donating the hair so it can be made into a wig." more >>
The first photos of Reese Witherspoon's new film "The Good Lie" are available exclusively at The Christian Post today.
"The Good Lie" follows a Sudanese refugee who is taken in by Carrie, a straight-talking American, in their new home in the U.S. Academy Award-winning actress Witherspoon takes on the role as Carrie opposite of actors Corey Stoll, Sarah Baker, Thad Luckinbill and Nancy DeMars.
The Warner Bros drama hits theaters everywhere on Oct. 3, but moviegoers can take a first look at "The Good Lie" on CP today. The Philippe Falaradeau-directed film delivers a powerful survival story that reminds audiences that miracles do happen. Here are two exclusive photos from "The Good Lie" as well as the official trailer. more >>
Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros. announced Wednesday a documentary on what is considered to be the most famous Christian worship band in the world – Hillsong UNITED.
"Hillsong – Let Hope Rise" is currently shooting the band on five different continents. Michael John Warren, who helmed Jay-Z's "Face to Black," is directing the Australia-based band, while Matthew Weaver of MediaWeaver Entertainment and Jonathan Bock of Grace Hill Media are producing. The film is expected to release worldwide on April 3, 2015.
The movie will chronicle Hillsong's remarkable journey from a youth group band at Hillsong Church to a worldwide sensation that plays sold-out stadium concerts across the globe. In a joint statement, Alcon Entertainment principals Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson voiced their excitement over "Hillsong- Let Hope Rise." more >>
A Wiccan man from Huntsville, Alabama, was uninvited from delivering the opening invocation at a City Council chamber meeting after community members reportedly expressed concerns about his religion.
"I gave the invocation earlier this year, at the time they did not ask me what my faith affiliation was, but when they did this time and I told them 'Wiccan,' I was told I was no longer invited to give it," Blake Kirk told WHNT News 19 Thursday night.
"It is not right, the city can not pick and choose what faiths they want to support and allow to speak and give the prayer," he added. more >>
Rachel Hendrix, who starred in 2011's "October Baby," is taking on another inspirational role in "The Perfect Wave" which hits theaters next month.
The brand new faith-based film tells the true story of Pastor Ian McCormack, who grew up surfing in Australia before a life-changing event led him to Jesus. Hendrix stars in "The Perfect Wave" opposite of Scott Eastwood, the son of Hollywood great Clint Eastwood, as well as Cheryl Ladd, among many more.
In "The Perfect Wave," Ian (portrayed by Eastwood) yearns for adventure and sets out on a trip with his best friend in order to surf the world's best waves from Australia to Africa in search of the "perfect wave." However, after falling in love with Annabelle (Hendrix), Ian is led to the African island of Mauritius where his life changes forever. During a fateful evening swim, Ian is stung multiple times by boxy jellyfish whose infamous venom can kill after just one sting. After being pronounced dead at the hospital, Ian miraculously awakens fully transformed and with a new understanding of life and Jesus Christ. more >>