Meagan Good, the 31-year-old Christian actress, recently revealed how God had a hand in her obtaining a leading role in the upcoming comedy, "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."
After doing a chemistry read with lead actor and comedian Will Ferrell for the coveted role, Good spoke about how God helped her land the part.
"Will was very sweet and supportive; I kind of beat him up in the audition, and threw him around the room a little, and he let me," Good told Complex magazine. "About a week later, they called me and say, 'Hey, you got the part!' And I just was blown away, and so appreciative." more >>
Evelyn Lozada is ready to reveal that her future baby's father is L.A. Dodgers star Carl Crawford and their plans for future marriage.
Lozada, the 37-year-old "Basketball Wives" star and entrepreneur, recently revealed that she is six months pregnant. Now, she is opening up about Crawford fathering her child in an upcoming episode of omg! INSIDER.
In the episode, Lozada will touch on the possibilities of her marrying Crawford. more >>
Matthew Knowles, the father and former manager of Beyoncé Knowles, is defending himself against claims that he is not taking care of his son whom he had outside of his marriage to the famed singer's mother.
While Knowles was married to Beyoncé's mother Tina, he allegedly had an extramarital affair that with a woman named Alexsandra Wright, which resulted in their 3-year-old son named Nixon. Now, Wright's brother Jonathan Wright is telling Radar Online that Knowles owes $24,000 in child support and refuses to meet his son.
"I find it kind of odd that somebody that's proven as somebody's biological father has never ever seen their son," Jonathan told Radar Online. "And when they're a wealthy individual, it's odd that they would be a deadbeat dad." more >>
An incredible story about one man's trip to KFC turning into an extraordinary act of kindness. A mentally disabled veteran was spotted behind a KFC by this good Samaritan and it changed his life instantly. This man could not believe that a person could live the way this man who served our country was living. He decided to take him away from the "hell" he was in. The good Samaritan told God he would "see it through." He and his wife showed this man true Christian compassion and helped God answer his prayers. The homeless veteran hated God for the outcome in his life for a very long time but he realizes that the LOVE of the Lord has helped him overcome all his pain. This is an AMAZING story and video that shows the true LOVE of God for ALL of mankind!
"This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you." - John 15:12 more >>
Addressing him in disparaging comments, sometimes calling him a traitor and a wolf in sheep's clothing, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz from Texas is now coming under fire from some of his most ardent supporters for praising former South African President Nelson Mandela as an "inspiration" after the announcement of his death Thursday.
"Nelson Mandela will live in history as an inspiration for defenders of liberty around the globe. He stood firm for decades on the principle that until all South Africans enjoyed equal liberties he would not leave prison himself, declaring in his autobiography, 'Freedom is indivisible; the chains on any one of my people were the chains on all of them, the chains on all of my people were the chains on me.' Because of his epic fight against injustice, an entire nation is now free," noted Cruz in a post on his facebook page Thursday. "We mourn his loss and offer our condolences to his family and the people of South Africa."
Some of Cruz's supporters, however, disagreed vehemently with his warm words about Mandela and made him know it in the comments section of the post. more >>
A viewer asked Pat Robertson if she would go to hell if she married again after two divorces, and the controversial televangelist blamed her for it, saying she is not "marriage material" as her "character" draws her to such men.
"You've got a serious problem and I don't think marriage is for you," Robertson said in response to a query by a viewer of "The 700 Club" on CBN this week.
"What is God's view on divorce?" asked a woman who identified herself as Melody. "All of my marriages failed. I tried really hard to make them work, but the last husband wouldn't work or pay the bills, and the one before him was an alcoholic," she said, adding, "Will I go to hell if I marry again? Will I be classified as an adulteress?" more >>