Faith & Fame is a regular column exploring how a strong belief system helps some performers navigate the pitfalls of the entertainment industry.
Sanya Richards-Ross knew she wanted to be an open book when she sat down to write her memoir "Chasing Grace."
Natasha Bure grew up knowing three things: Always listen to mom, have faith in God and you can do anything you want as long as put your whole heart into it.
Darren Mulligan ran away to America to pursue a career in rock music and to escape his responsibilites at home in Ireland.
Jessi Colter has released her first album in 11 years -- and the outlaw singer has something to say.
Reba McEntire's decision to release her first-ever gospel record could not have come at a better time for the country legend or her fans.
Lawson Bates is no stranger to the spotlight after four successful seasons of his family's hit reality show "Bringing Up Bates."
WWE legend Shawn Michaels has always put his faith in God first both in and out of the ring.
Anjelah Johnson-Reyes first shot to fame in the viral MADTv skit "Bon Qui Qui."
When Amy Grant released her first Christmas album in nearly 20 years, she was a bit surprised when LifeWay Christian Resources decided against selling her album in their stores.