Jeannie Ortega Law
Jeannie Ortega Law has been a staff reporter for The Christian Post since 2015. She covers mainstream and faith-based entertainment, living and human interest stories. Prior to that, she was an assistant editor at Breathecast. Her interview expertise has landed her multiple one-on-one in-depth interviews with some of Hollywood and Christendom’s A-list entertainers and religious leaders, ranging from Denzel Washington and Mel Gibson to Dr. David Jeremiah, Dr. A.R. Bernard, TobyMac and Kirk Franklin. Her coverage ranges from missionary trips to the mountains of Mexico with Samaritan’s Purse, to profile pieces, broadcast interviews and red carpets. She has over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry.
When not on the field reporting or writing stories, she runs Most High King Ministries, an international ministry based in Orlando, Florida, with her husband, Rev. Renn Law.
2023 was another successful year for faith-inspired movies. “Jesus Revolution” kicked off the year by surpassing $50 million at the box office. More recently, “After Death” became the highest-grossing documentary since 2019 and the top-grossing faith-based documentary of all time.
Actresses starring in a musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s novel The Color Purple recently shared how God impacted their lives while filming the movie that will be in theatres nationwide on Christmas Day.
A new animated series titled "Young David" will give viewers a glimpse into King David's early years. Rooted in biblical context, the project will explore the many facets that made him a man after God's own heart.
An Actor involved in the hit TV series “The Chosen” says his time on set has taught him the importance of surrendering to the things he can not control.
American talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw has teamed up with the Trinity Broadcasting Network to launch his own TV network, which he says will "stand strong" in America's core values. Dr. Phil McGraw has teamed up with the Trinity Broadcasting Network to launch his own TV network which he says will “stand strong” in American Core values.
Multi-Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz, who's behind the newly released film “The Prince of Egypt: The Musical,” is calling on people worldwide to show empathy toward each other amid times of dissension and strife.
As the world gets darker, God is revealing Himself more to people from all nations, says Pastor John Burke.
Actor Neal McDonough, known for playing a villain in many of his Hollywood projects said his latest role as the actual devil for the faith-inspired film, “The Shift” changed his life.
Latin reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee, born Ramón Ayala, announced Sunday on his final tour stop that he would seemingly retire from reggaeton music to embrace his faith in Jesus Christ.
The following is a list of 7 holiday films to watch this Christmas season.