Before the big game on Feb. 7, Pokémon has released a new ad as part of the Super Bowl 50 broadcast. Aside from its collaboration with the National Football League, the commercial is also a heads-up for fans as the 20th anniversary of the franchise draws near.
In the commercial, people from around the world — from children to young adults — are inspired to "Train On," and before the ad ends, a final trainer lands on a football field with Pokémon all around and fans cheering.
Aside from the famed Pikachu, Charizard and other favorites have their brief appearances to remind fans to tune in on Feb. 27 when the franchise turns 20. "I can do that" is the statement that makes the ad a success as it is the basic drive that people need to pave the way for success. more >>
People are often fascinated with Heaven, wondering how it might look and feel. Whether in near death experiences or in dreams, some even claim to have touched the afterlife.
In a blog post shared earlier this month, Harvest Christian Fellowship Senior Pastor Greg Laurie says "those who think the most about the next life do the most in this one."
"If you really start thinking more about Heaven and seeking Heaven, it will transform you," writes Laurie. "As Warren Wiersbe has said, 'Heaven is not only a destination, it's a motivation.'" more >>
Devon Franklin and Meagan Good are giving people a crash course on tapping into God's plan for relationships and marriage.
The celebrity couple has joined Empower U, an Essence magazine e-course that educates people on a multitude of topics that includes love, finances and health ahead of their upcoming book, The Wait: A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love. Franklin and Good will serve as instructors for the free online course called "The Wait 101: Discover the Love of Your Life," which will teach lessons from their upcoming book.
According to a description for the lesson, the couple will help people "master delayed gratification for a life you love. If you want to tap into God's masterful plan for your life and relationship, this course is for you. Get ready to learn the life-changing message that waiting — rather than rushing — can be the key for finding the person you're meant to be with." more >>
The third installment of "Kung Fu Panda" is hitting theaters in a few days, but the excitement is high as stars brought their children to the premiere of "Kung Fu Panda 3" in Hollywood over the weekend.
Angelina Jolie-Pitt, who voices Tigress in the movie, brought five of her children to the red carpet and they instantly became the crowd favorites. Pax, 12, Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 9, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 7, were showered with camera flashes as they followed their mom around.
Zahara, Knox, and Pax, who was seen in crutches in photos due to an accident while on vacation in Thailand, all copied their mom's simple but elegant look in black clothing. Shiloh and Vivienne, on the other hand, chose to be in white. Shiloh, who has been the center of attention for the past months due to reports that suggested she may be identifying with another gender, looked classy with her grey vest on top of a white shirt. more >>
After being publicly ousted and delivered from infidelity to his gospel singing wife, Tina Campbell, musician Teddy Campbell is taking on the call of ministry by leading Bible study.
Teddy's Los Angeles-based Bible study is called The Front Line and seeks to bring men 18 and older together for knowledge, revelation, wisdom and power.
"There is a lot of things I did not know about the Bible. But when I started reading to find out how to be a man, God showed me who He really was and who He intended for me to be," Teddy wrote about the Bible study he leads. "It changed my life and it continues to do so. This Bible study will be informative and empowering, I promise! And it'll just be a cool place to come hang out!" more >>
After nearly 20 years working as a television and film actress, Taraji P. Henson is letting her supporters know that God will get His glory for her first Golden Globe win.
When the 45-year-old received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a TV drama Sunday, fans of the "Empire" star who portrays "Cookie Lyons" recognized God in the moment.