Years after he spoke out about the criticism he received from some people in the church community, J. Drew Sheard II — the musician and son of gospel music legend Karen Clark Sheard — is playing the drums in gospel star Erica Campbell's church.
Campbell, the solo gospel music artist who got her start in the duo Mary Mary, is now the first lady of the California Worship Center headed by her music producer-husband Warryn Campbell.
Erica recently took to Twitter to reveal that they had a guest drummer at their place of worship, none other than Sheard, 26. more >>
Former Hewlett Packard CEO and Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina received an ovation during Thursday night's GOP presidential debate after she strongly denounced Planned Parenthood and implied that the Republicans in Congress should risk a government shutdown to force a presidential veto to spending legislation that wouldn't fund the abortion giant.
As the topic of whether or not Republicans in Congress should risk a government shutdown to defund Planned Parenthood was raised at the CNN debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California, Ohio Gov. John Kasich argued that it is pointless to attempt defunding Planned Parenthood through the continuing resolution, if President Barack Obama is just going to veto such legislation.
With the GOP in control of both the House and Senate, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Fiorina responded to Kasich's veto argument stating that conservatives should not back down from their opposition to Planned Parenthood's $500 million in annual federal funding just because Obama is sure to veto. more >>
Blizzard has just released the cinematic trailer for "StarCraft II's" upcoming DLC, "Legacy of the Void," which includes the release date of its latest expansion pack.
"Legacy of the Void," Blizzard Entertainment's second DLC for its award-winning sci-fi strategy video game, "StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty," will soon be available two months from now following crucial information on the expansion pack's release was revealed in its cinematic trailer.
At the end of the trailer, the worldwide release date is revealed to be on November, when its launch is expected to go head on head with Bethesda's "Fallout 4" and Square Enix's "Rise of the Tomb Raider. more >>
Pastor Greg Laurie of the Harvest megachurch in California spoke to his congregation Sunday about the possibility of being so close, yet so far from God, using the example of Judas Iscariot, who wilfully betrayed Jesus despite spending three years with Him.
Judas Iscariot is one of the most misunderstood people in the Bible, Laurie said as he began his message, titled "So Close, Yet So Far: Surprising Story of Judas Iscariot," part of the "God Came Near" series.
Some wonder if Judas was not really an evil man as he "helped" Jesus fulfil His mission or thinking that God hardened his heart, the pastor told the congregation. more >>
Televangelist Benny Hinn revealed in a statement over the weekend that his Facebook page had been hacked on Friday with "filthy material," but has since been restored and measures have been taken to prevent something like that from happening again.
"Thank you for your amazing support and prayers during the past 48 hours. As you know, our Facebook page was hacked, and filthy material was placed on it," Hinn wrote.
"We have been working very hard to restore it back into our hands. We now have control of it! We are taking extra measures to never allow it to happen again, but I want to say thank you, from my heart, for your love and support." he added. more >>
More than a month after the Stagefright bug was publicly announced, mobile security company Zimperium has publicly outed a sample code showing how attackers can use it.
The Stagefright bug, reported by mobile security startup Zimperium's VP for Platform Research and Exploitation, Joshua Drake, and publicly announced in July this year, now has a sample code published showing how the bug could be exploited by attackers.
Zimperium, had warned Google back in April about multiple critical vulnerabilities in Android, which it dubbed "Stagefright," a bug which renders mobile devices vulnerable to outside attacks via MMS. Attackers could send a loaded MMS that would gain them root access to a device without users being aware of it. more >>