Leah MarieAnn Klett
Leah Klett has been a reporter with The Christian Post since 2018. With nearly a decade of journalism experience, she has written extensively on the intersection of faith and Hollywood and trends surrounding the global church.
A member of the Critics Choice Association, Leah has sat down with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry including Denzel Washington, Dolly Parton, Ron Howard, Samuel L. Jackson, and more. Passionate about church and ministry, she’s also interviewed notable members of the Christian community, including N.T. Wright, Tim Keller, and Michael Youssef.
Leah’s writing has been awarded by the Evangelical Press Association and featured on Fox News. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Covenant College. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with her husband and two children.
In an inspiring journey of faith and resilience, Carrie Sheffield, author of "Trailer Park Prophecies," shares her journey from an agnostic living in a state of anger and disbelief toward religion, to a Christian finding solace and purpose through her newfound faith.
Joe Rogan and NFL star Aaron Rodgers recently discussed the crucial role Christianity plays in an increasingly chaotic society and the need for Jesus’ return in an episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast.
Pornstar-turned-pastor Joshua Broome, author of "The 7 Lies That Will Ruin Your Life," opens up about his journey to hope and healing and what motivates him to now use his platform to free others from the shackles of porn addiction.
Pastors across the world lifted Houston's Lakewood Church, led by Pastor Joel Osteen, in prayer after a woman opened fire inside the Texas megachurch Sunday afternoon before law enforcement officers killed her.
Author Laura Gallier shares how she sees her "The Delusion" fictional series as a medium to combat youth suicide, depression and fascination with the demonic realm using biblical truths.
Following the death of country star Toby Keith, tributes poured in from a wide array of fans — from politicians and military branches to Christian and country artists — reflecting on the late artist’s music, patriotism and faith.
Despite its legalization in many states, most Evangelical pastors in the U.S. are opposed to sports betting, viewing the practice as “morally wrong,” according to a study by Lifeway Research released ahead of the Super Bowl.
LarryBoy, the singing cucumber that shot to fame in the hit faith-based kids' series "VeggieTales" in the early '90s, is slated to star in his own feature film hitting theaters in 2026.
The fourth season of the faith-based series "The Chosen" debuted in theaters this past weekend and landed the second position at the box office, trailing behind the Universal Pictures/Apple Original Films collaboration, "Argylle."
Author John Piper has identified the key signs of a “hardened heart” and shared how to overcome such a sin and avoid reverting to hardness in a recent episode of his “Ask Pastor John” podcast.