Lecrae gets real: The stories of abuse in Lecrae’s autobiography, Unashamed, “are raw and real, and hopefully will be able to help people.” Tampa Bay Times

Lucado questions Trump: Author Max Lucado’s commentary on presidential hopeful Donald Trump draws national attention. Newsmax.com

Selena joins Hillsong: Singer and actress Selena Gomez surprised Hillsong United concertgoers with a performance of her song “Nobody” during the Los Angeles stop on the group’s Youth Revival tour. Billboard

Charleston-based movie: New release Only God Can is a faith-based movie about five women in their 40s who have been friends since their days at the College of Charleston. The Post and Courier

Traveling exhibition ends: The traveling exhibitions of artifacts from the forthcoming Museum of the Bible, which have gone to Cuba, Germany, and Israel, are coming to an end. The Santa Clara Valley Signal

Bible museum preview: A preview of the Museum of the Bible collection was offered at the National Religious Broadcasters International Christian Media Convention. Deseret News

Risen goes top: Risen, starring Joseph Fiennes as a Roman official trying to find the body of the crucified Jesus, has quickly taken its place in the top 20 best box-office performances of all-time among Christian movies. AL.com

Sandi Patty’s retirement: Singer Sandi Patty talks about her decision to retire. Natchez Democrat

Sharing the stage: Multi platinum-selling and Grammy award-winning artists Steven Curtis Chapman and Third Day are set to share the stage this spring. Niagara Frontier Publications

Russ Taff’s weekend: Veteran singer Russ Taff and his wife, Tori, invite fans to their hometown for a special gospel weekend. Times-Gazette

Jen Hatmaker giveaway: Jen Hatmaker organized a Valentine’s Day giveaway promotion around her latest book, For the Love. Publishers Weekly

Risen ‘like CSI’: Risen is like “a two-hour episode of CSI: Jerusalem about Jesus’ missing body.” MTV.com

Faith vs. fear: Christianity and the occult collide at the box office with the opening on the same weekend of faith-based movie Risen and the indie horror flick The Witch. Los Angeles Times

War Room honored: War Room was named the most inspiring movie of 2015 at the 24th annual Movieguide Faith & Values Awards. Variety

‘Not Christian music’: Joel Smallbone says he and his for KING & COUNTRY brother Luke “don’t write music for Christians, we write music out of the human experience…” Journal-News

Jason Crabb’s risk: Long known as one of the most awarded artists in the Southern gospel community, Jason Crabb took a chance with Whatever the Road, a pop-leaning effort. Billboard

Jesus Storybook success: The best-selling Jesus Storybook Bible hit a chord because the writer “spent time making sure the plot was emphasized.” FoxNews.com

Gospel producer profiled: He wrote a song made famous by Elvis; as a gospel producer, Chris Christian discovered Amy Grant. The Star-Telegram

Jason Crabb’s promise: Jason Crabb’s Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album was an opportunity to fulfill a promise he made to his daughters. The Tennessean