US journalist Katelyn Beaty reflects on the Christian celebrity culture origin, Jesus’ relationship to fame and the lost art of contentment.
‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’ is about a woman grappling with a past that’s defined her but that she’s since outgrown.
“I’d heard a little bit about prayer, but I’d never had anyone lead me in a prayer like that.” Stepbrother to Elvis, Billy shares with Laura.
It’s important to switch off the news at times – but how do the reporters bringing us the news care for themselves through the rolling stream of overwhelm?
Shane Warne seemed so alive. And now he’s not. Death: it fizzes and pops at us like a Warnie turner on a fifth day wicket… it’s the wrong ‘un we can’t pick.
A recent survey found one-in-three Millennials want to be famous with some of them willing to sacrifice jobs and relationships to get it.
The original ‘Yellow Wiggle’ Greg Page, who had a brush with death in January, has posted a video urging people to learn CPR.
Sometimes we are blindsided by the untimely death of people in our lives. They can be loved ones, or cultural icons such as Kobe Bryant.
Hailey Bieber Says “Fame Isn’t What You Think”, on Hillsong Channel’s New Season of ‘Now With Natalie’
We spend a lot of time ogling celebrities, their lifestyles, their awards, and ‘who is doing what’. But it’s worth considering the realities of fame.
Our entertainment industry is in need of grace, prayer and acceptance – not criticism – from the people who are supposed to represent the love of God.