At this year’s SXSW, President Obama was a Keynote Speaker. During his conversation he challenged creative thinkers and entrepreneurs from across the country to help tackle our toughest issues.
Max Akin had a huge homecoming game on the field last weekend, but it wasn’t what he did during the game that grabbed headlines.
14-Year-Old Boy Gives his Shoes to Homeless Man and Prays With him as Part of Effort to Overshadow Violence in Neighborhood
A 14-year-old from Louisville, Kentucky, has been moving thousands of people on social media after a photograph of him giving away his shoes to a homeless man has gone viral.
The upcoming Disney feature film “Queen of Katwe” tells the inspiring true story of Ugandan teenager Phiona Mutesi and her mentor, missionary Robert Katende, who transforms children’s lives through the game of chess.
Although Lecrae’s last album was 2014’s Anomaly, he is set to hit the road this fall for “The Destination Tour, You’re Accepted”.
Most of the world won’t get to read Tim Tebow’s second book until it debuts next month, but some well known Christian pastors are already singing its praises.
Looks like Ahmad Khan Rahami is in custody ! pic.twitter.com/aXfVJye3tD — David Shor (@IshYimini) September 19, 2016 SOURCE: Twitter
H.B. Charles Jr. Shares What Being a Teenage Pastor and Diving Into Church Leadership at 17 Taught Him About Building a Ministry that Lasts
Would you let a high school senior serve as the pastor of your church? H. B. Charles, Jr., pastor of Jacksonville, Florida’s Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist church and organizer of the Cutting It Straight Expository Preaching Conference, would advise against it—but that’s probably because he knows firsthand what it’s like to try to lead a church […]
Netflix has landed worldwide rights to Barry, the Vikram Gandhi-directed film that drew high praise at the Toronto Film Festival for actor Devon Terrell in his role as a young Barack Obama. This was a hot property and I’d heard several distributors chased it and Netflix went out in front with an initial bid said […]
According to hip-hop artist Lil Wayne, racism no longer exists. Appearing Tuesday on FS1’s Undisputed, the rapper was asked by host Skip Bayless what message he takes away from a performance in Westchester, New York, which featured a predominantly white audience. His response: “I thought that was clearly a message that there was no such […]