Pastor Miles McPherson of San Diego's The Rock Church believes the best way to battle racism is to do so on "a spiritual level."
During a sermon he preached on Sunday, McPherson centered his message on racial tensions in the United States following the shooting deaths of black men Alton Sterling in Louisiana and Philando Castile Minnesota, at the hands of police officers last week.
This was followed by racially-motivated shootings in Georgia, Tennessee and Missouri in which civilians and police officers were shot at, leaving one woman dead after being killed by Lakeem Keon Scott in Bristol, Tennessee, while she was driving her car on a highway last Thursday. Later that same day, 12 people were shot during a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas, Texas. Eleven of the injured were police officers, five later died from their wounds. The man who shot them, Micah Johnson, said he "wanted to kill while people," specifically white police officers. more >>
The Los Angeles County Fire Department officials announced that as of 6 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, 2016 the sage fire in Stevenson Ranch Area of the Santa Clarita Valley, California had spread to 1,109 acres, with 49 percent containment. Evacuated residents were also allowed to go home on Saturday evening after authorities made improvements in controlling the sage fire.
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A popular Southern California pastor and school board member says he could be sued for voting against implementing a policy that mandates teaching pro-LGBTQ sexual ethics in public schools.
In an email republished in a July 7 First Things article, Chad Vegas writes:
"CA has mandated this [school transgender policy] for the whole state. I have served on the largest high school board in CA, and the nation, for 12 years. I basically lead that board. Our board voted to adopt the new law into policy. I voted against it. I was breaking the law for doing so. I could be personally sued and our attorney tells me the board insurance won't cover me because I am breaking the law and I am a bigot." more >>
CALIFORNIA -- About 700 homes have been evacuated after a fire broke out near The Old Road and Calgrove Boulevard where the Los Angeles County Fire Department were called to on Saturday afternoon.
Evacuations were ordered for the areas of Southern Oaks Drive between Greenbriar Drive, SouthWind Court, Sagecrest to Smokewood Way, Bracken Lane, Hazlecrest Lane, Laurel Crest Lane, Summerhill Lane, Jasmine Lane and the community of Morning Mist. more >>
The 11th season of popular TV series "Supernatural" had 23 episodes and ended last May 25, 2016. It had a steady viewership of up to 1.8 million. This alone raises the question if there is a season 12 coming up. The 11th season wrapped up with a resurrected Mary Winchester in Dean's hands.
Just right on time, CW renewed for a 12th season which is expected to be aired on October 13, 2016. For this run, Dean and Sam Winchester will continue their quest of hunting for demons, ghosts and monsters. The renewal of Supernatural's season 12 has not been a surprise since the last season received a universal acclaim which was satisfactory television ratings from viewers.
Season 12 will have a different showrunner since Jeremy Carver will focus on Frequency and will be replaced by Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb who previously served as executive producers of the show. Supernatural is CW's longest running show which depicts normal people on the hunt for supernatural beings. This show was created by Erik Kripke and premiered on September 13, 2005 on the WB Network. more >>
To celebrate her daughter Ariah's first birthday, actress and television personality Tamera Mowry-Housley is giving God the glory for her bundle of joy.
"I'm so grateful that God has chosen me to be your momma. You bring so much joy to my life," the co-host of "The Real" revealed in an Instagram post. "You exude God's love and grace already; just at 1. Can't wait to see so much more of what God has in store for our relationship."
The mother of two went on to reveal that she is learning a great deal from her 1 year old. more >>