Lennon Lacy, 17, was found hanging from a swing set in North Carolina in Aug. this year, and now his girlfriend has spoken out and revealed she fears his death may be related to their relationship.
Michelle Brimhall, 32, and a mother of three, told Daily Mail that she had been dating Lacy for some time before his death. People in the small town of Bladenboro were reportedly not happy about their relationship, given their age difference and the fact that Lacy was black and Brimhall white. Brimhall explained that there could be a connection between his death and their relationship.
"I believe Lennon was murdered. The police ruled his death as suicide but Lennon would never harm himself," Brimhall said. "He's got too much love for life." more >>
This boy was sitting at the table one day when he saw something in a magazine to buy his little brother. But, there was a problem. He did not have enough money to buy it for him. What he does next will touch your heart.
After seeing an ad for a bike in the newspaper, he realizes it would be the perfect gift for his little brother. So he decides to go around the neighborhood selling Coke bottles and doing his best to earn the bike. At first, we are given the assumption that he is selling Coke bottles to make money and buy himself the bike he sees in the newspaper. But, watching until the end will bring you tears of joy.
It reminds us that it is better to give then it is to receive. Watch this heartwarming Coca-Cola commercial below: more >>
Christian television program "Hour of Power," featuring Shepherd's Grove Church pastor Bobby Schuller, has reportedly undergone "significant changes" in order to lead non-religious people "into a deeper understanding of scripture," and has been added to the NRB Network lineup for the upcoming year.
"We're pleased to add the new Hour of Power to our lineup," said NRB Network President & CEO Troy A. Miller. "We are highly selective in the programming we choose to air and I believe our viewers will find Pastor Bobby to be committed to the authority of Scripture with teachings in step with historic Christianity."
Schuller relaunched the popular program, which had originally been hosted by his grandfather, Robert H. Schuller, after he was named new lead pastor at Shepherd's Grove in California earlier this year. more >>
One month after "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" hit theaters across the U.S., two experts added their own viewpoints on how the yuletide season's traditions came to be what they are today.
Cameron's latest film offered moviegoers unique explanations for traditions such as the Christmas tree, the nativity, and even the significance of the 25th of December.; firmly rejecting theories that Christmas was influenced by from paganism. Following the "Fireproof" star's findings, The Christian Post caught up with two additional sources who could further identify the exact origins and meanings for the season.
First, biblical scholar and author of "Does It Really Say That in the Bible" Katie Hoyt McNabb pointed out that the first Christmas celebration occurred over 50 years after the events in Scripture. Consequently, Christmas and its traditions, including feasts, décor, and songs, are commonly debated, even within Christian communities. more >>
Robert Griffin III, the Washington Redskins quarterback, has revealed why he will not be tweeting until the NFL season is over.
Griffin, 24, has had a tough season filled with criticism of his play on the field. While his team is 3-11, making them last in their division, the Christian quarterback has also been scrutinized for his comments on social media.
He recently decided to lay off tweeting all together, so that he is not serving as a distraction for his team. more >>
Bill Cosby could have a search warrant issued against him now that one of his accusers' allegations is not covered by the statute of limitations.
Cosby, the 77-year-old comedian who became popular in the 1980s and 1990s and starred on the family sitcom "The Cosby Show," has recently been the subject of media scrutiny due to the rising number of allegations brought against him. Over 20 women have come forth alleging that Cosby sexually assaulted and drugged them years ago.
While some of the allegations of assault date back to the 1970s, 24-year-old model Chloe Goins alleges that Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 2008. Spencer Kuvin is acting as Goins' attorney and spoke to The Daily Mail about a Los Angeles Police Department investigation being launched against Cosby that could result in a search warrant being issued. more >>