Take a look at the modern face of religion in America today with Pastor Joel Osteen, whose sermons draw tens of thousands every week, and a New York City pastor with tattoos and a rock band! Plus, “The Maccabeats” sing a cappella with an anthem of hope, peace and love.
Joel Osteen is the pastor of America's largest church, Lakewood Church in Houston, which draws upwards of 45,000 followers a week. He's a best-selling author and his sermons are viewed by millions of people in more than 100 nations.
In Joel Osteen's new book "Break Out" he dares people to believe that the best will happen for them, and encourages people to have a positive attitude. He shares his tips for living a better life so that you can too.
Carl Lentz has been called a "Pentecostal Powerhouse" and he's drawing thousands of followers each week to the Hillsong Church in New York City.
Pastor Carl Lentz's unconventional church is one of the fastest growing congregations in the country, with a growing list of celebrity followers like actress AnnaSophia Robb.
Katie's panel of experts break down this year in faith, including why Pope Francis is Time's person of the year and the state of gay rights today.
According to a Pew Research study, the number of Americans who do not identify with any religion continues to rise. In the last five years alone the unaffiliated have increased from 15% to about 20% of all adults. Why are we seeing this trend?
Candlelight by the a cappella group The Maccabeats has gotten over 10 million views on YouTube. Who would think that some Yeshiva boys singing about Hanukah would become a viral hit? Meet the group!