MTV's teen comedy series "Awkward" will once again witness the adventures of Ashley Rickards' Jenna Hamilton on the mid-season premiere entitled "Finals."
The twelfth episode of the fourth season, it is said that Jenna will now be dealing with the nearing school finals, giving little thought on the events that happened during their senior ski trip in June 17's episode entitled "Snow Job."
But fans already know that the 17-year-old girl already lost her boyfriend and Eva's (Elizabeth Whitson) alleged pregnancy may forfeit Matty's (Beau Mirchoff) future. This dims her hope of being with him again. more >>
An increasing number of Americans would like to see more religion in their politics, according to the Pew Research Center.
The number of people who say churches and other houses of worship should express their views on social and political issues is up six percentage points since the 2010 midterm elections, from 43 percent to 49 percent. Similarly, those who think there has been "too little" expression of faith from political leaders is up from 37 percent to 41 percent.
The poll could be a result of the waning influence of religion. Seventy-two percent of the public believe that religion is losing influence in American life, something many see as detrimental to society. more >>
This young man, Apollos Hester, gave a very inspirational interview after leading his team to victory on the field. He stressed the importance of never giving up and always fighting to succeed. It is the way he speaks to the camera that gets us really pumped up.
Get ready for this pep talk because it is guaranteed to turn your whole day around. Apollos energy will brighten your whole day and best of all he gives all the GLORY to God!
Watch this young man's inspirational post-game speech below: more >>
Two Argentine artists have given the famous Barbie and Ken Doll toy figures a controversial makeover resembling the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ crucified on the cross.
Marianela Perelli and Pool Paolini created a set of boxed dolls designed to represent various religious figures that will be on display in an exhibition named "Barbie, The Plastic Religion" in Buenos Aires on October 11.
"If there's a Barbie doctor, a teacher and a police officer, why shouldn't there be a Virgin of Lujan Barbie?" the artists said on their Facebook page. "We respect all traditions and religions but our work is intended to pay homage to these figures. We don't intend to offend any religion." more >>
Congregations across the United States are adopting new domain names using '.church' made available last week for Internet addresses and early indicators show that they are increasing in popularity, according to experts.
One congregation that has opted to embrace the new option is Brookhaven United Methodist Church of Brookhaven, Georgia.
The NFL and its contrite Commissioner, Roger Goodell, are in full damage control mode for the way they handled the Ray Rice domestic abuse case.
Roger Goodell will survive this scandal. He admitted errors and will hire PR firms, probably one where a U.S. Senator's kids (like him) work, and spend some of the NFL's tax-free money for public service announcements on domestic violence. I presume the league will come out against it.
He has also formed "a committee." We all know how well those work. Perhaps Oscar Pistorius and Ray Lewis will be appointed as co-chairs. Committees buy time, and time is all you need in this ADD news cycle to get past this scandal. more >>