Apple recently sent out invites to the press for their September special event, where it is speculated they will be launching the iPad Air 3, iPad Mini4, and iPad Pro.
With less than two weeks left before Apple is set to unveil its new flagship handsets, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, its anticipated September 9 event may also be the venue for the Cupertino, California tech giant to launch three new tablets: the iPad Air 3, iPad Mini 4 and the larger iPad Pro.
While Apple's iPads haven't been as revolutionary as their iPhone line, the company continues to churn out newly refreshed models to keep their tablet series relevant. more >>
Nicki Minaj, a rapper known for exhibiting explicitly sexual content in her songs and stage performances, thanked her pastor on Sunday after receiving the award for best hip-hop video at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California.
The songstress snagged the win for her "Anaconda" video which set YouTube records during its release last year.
"This is so random, you know who I want to thank tonight? My pastor," said Minaj. "Thank you, Pastor Lydia. I love you so much." more >>
In his last nightly message at the 26th annual SoCal Harvest Crusade on Sunday, evangelist and Pastor Greg Laurie urged tens of thousands of Californians to realize that life passes too quickly, and that they needed to repent without any delay, rather than "have an affair," as the Ashley Madison website suggests.
"You can't ignore the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead," Laurie said as he began his message titled "Hope for the Afterlife," speaking at the packed Angel Stadium in Anaheim in southern California on Sunday night. Harvest Crusade organizers told The Christian Post that 32,000 people attended the event in Angel Stadium on Sunday night, and 3,488 people made decisions for Christ that evening.
In His Resurrection, Jesus changed human history, said the senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship. "And His Resurrection can change your history tonight." more >>
In his second nightly message at the Southern California Harvest Crusade on Saturday, Pastor Greg Laurie warned a crowd of tens of thousands in Anaheim's Angel Stadium that it's possible to reach "a point of no return" if they consciously reject God's forgiveness through Jesus Christ.
The day after the evangelist and pastor spoke about the lack of happiness in people's lives without God, Laurie said in Saturday's message, titled "The Point of No Return," that there are four other characteristics that are universally found in those who are yet to start a relationship with God.
"Everyone is empty inside… because we are born with a sort of a hole in our hearts," Pastor Laurie said, referring to Pascal's famous quote, that there's a God-shaped vacuum in every life that only God can fill. more >>
As tens of thousands of Californians filled Anaheim's Angel Stadium for the Southern California Harvest Crusade 2015 on Friday night, pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie delivered the event's first nightly message, sharing how happiness can be experienced through our creator, who is "a happy God."
"Deep down inside, everybody wants to be happy. In fact, God prewired us that way," Laurie, the founder of Harvest Crusades, told crowd in his message, which followed worship songs by the Christian bands THIRD DAY, Citizens & Saints and Phil Wickham.
According to the Harvest team, 29,000 people attended in the stadium and another 29,368 people attended online. There were 2,353 professions of faith. more >>
Rumors have emerged Metta World Peace may make a career comeback by signing on with the LA Lakers.
After the New York Knicks passed over Metta World Peace during the 2013-14 NBA season, the small forward became a free agent and subsequently played for Italy and China, but it appears he may be signing on with the Lakers this coming season.
The professional basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest was seen at the Lakers' practice venue over the summer and it is reported a deal is in the offing between his representatives and the Los Angeles team. more >>