Polygamy is again making headlines after Kody Brown, star of the reality show “Sister Wives,” tweeted at 2:02 a.m. that baby Solomon had been born.
White Ribbon Against Pornography Week kicks off Sunday, and with it comes a renewed push toward increasing awareness and providing solutions.
Teenage neck-biters on the silver screen again have parents biting their lips with nervousness. With "Breaking Dawn's" release comes a renewed wave of concern regarding the fascination with vampires. But added to the bloodsuckers, parents also have two new worries with “Breaking Dawn”: sex scenes and vampire baby.
U.S. first lady Michelle Obama has written a book about edible gardening, part of a push to promote nutritious, edible gardening as a way to keep America eating well.
An 8-foot-tall body, with an eerie smile and clenched fists, washed up on Siesta Key Beach in Florida Tuesday. But don’t call CSI – the man was plastic.
In Delaware, after the candy has been passed out and the sugar high subsided, the glowing orange decorations become projectiles, an event that inspires fierce competition among devoted followers.
Children across the country are discovering tofu, veggie burgers and beans in the school lunch line, but on Mondays, there is always an absence of meat. A school district in Utah instituted the program during the month of October to get students to eat healthier, the Deseret News reported Monday.
Pastors' wives are in the spotlight of an entire church and held up as an example for female members. Plus, many are partners in their spouses’ ministries. It can leave a woman depressed, lonely and lacking confidence, not to mention exhausted.
An 18-year-old South African girl is in a coma after she and a friend were set on fire in a satanic ritual, local media reported Monday. Kirsty Theologo is scheduled to have surgery Tuesday
“We just got a Parker Brothers Ouija board at a toy store,” Tara tells The 700 Club hosts. “We didn’t realize that it was more than just a toy.”
"Paranormal Activity 3" topped box office charts this past weekend, according to figures released Sunday on boxoffice.com. The movie earned $54 million at the domestic box office. It was the top debut of all time for a horror film and the best October debut ever, the site reported.
Ben & Jerry’s new flavor of ice cream is getting a chilly response from retailers. Some supermarkets are now refusing to carry its latest spoon bender, “Schweddy Balls.”
Lady Gaga, Russell Simmons, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Bon Jovi and other top celebrities practice it. It's practiced in schools, day cares, health spas and nursing homes. Workplaces even report less employee stress when it is incorporated into the work day. From the extremely fit to the overweight, the spandex-clad gym rat to the average Joe practicing in their living room: Yoga is the next new thing.
“Precious one-year-old Isabella "Bella" Pollard has a cancerous neuroblastoma in her abdomen.” This message has been Facebooked, emailed and tweeted across the United States, and even overseas.
The sputtering economy has left many without jobs, houses or even a glimmer of hope. Some signs have pointed to economic recovery, but any improvement is slow and slight at best, economists say. Meanwhile, Christians are left wondering why this is happening and what to do from here.
Christians want to reach their Mormon neighbors with the true message of Jesus Christ, but many times end up pushing them away because they just can’t understand the LDS faith. One Utah pastor aims to resolve these problems, and give Christians tools to overcome the barriers in evangelizing to those of the LDS faith.
As Halloween approaches, many parents are again asking the question, “How much candy should I let my child have?” Childhood obesity, hyperactivity and oral health are top parental concerns.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is in the media spotlight lately, leaving many wondering what Mormons really believe versus what they publicly state. A lot of rumors surround the religion, with suggestions that Mormons believe Lucifer is the brother of Jesus, or that everyone is a god.
But with the all the controversy surrounding Mormonism, many are left with the question: What do Mormons really believe?
Congregants at Central Christian Church, in Henderson, Nev., outside of Las Vegas, are a wildly diverse group of all ages and demographics. Many are bikers, others are recovering alcoholics or drug addicts, perhaps even sitting next to a smartly-dressed couple in their 60s.