Deion "Prime Time" Sanders says he's submitting to Jesus after celebrating an off-field victory in the form of winning a $2.2 million defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife, Pilar Sanders.
Pilar, the 41-year-old actress, previously accused Deion, the 48-year-old NFL Hall of Famer, of abusing her and their children. Now, TMZ is reporting that Pilar has to pay $2.2 million after defaming Deion's character, which also cancels out any money the athlete would have paid in their divorce settlement.
While TMZ is reporting that Deion feels "relief and vindication," he took to Twitter to retweet a message from the Bossip blog about the lawsuit before revealing how his life changed when he surrendered to Jesus. more >>
Rumors have emerged The Rock, along with another pro wrestler, will not be present in next year's "WrestleMania 32" due to other commitments.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who has been a staple in "WrestleMania," WWE's professional wrestling PPV event held every March or April each year, is reportedly out of the line-up in next year's show because of the production schedule of a movie he is attached to.
According to reports, The Rock's insurance company isn't going to cover him for any injuries he acquires if he joins in the 32nd "WrestleMania" this coming April, which may take him out of the film contract he has already signed. more >>
For over a decade, singer-songwriter Kari Jobe has debuted worship music for a multitude of fans but now she is presenting a different kind of creation to the masses in the form of her bulging baby bump.
"Baby bump time," Jobe, 34, wrote in an Instagram photograph of her protruding midsection. "Little Carnes is showing a whole lot more so I thought you might wanna see, #selfie #notmyrealweddingring #fingersaretoofat #Englishsconesareyummy @codycarnes."
In July, the contemporary Christian singer announced that she and her singer-songwriter husband Cody Carnes were expecting their first child together. more >>
The United States government has a "God-given responsibility" to secure its borders and "protect its citizens" from extremists trying to infiltrate the country, Dallas megachurch Pastor Robert Jeffress has said.
Following the Islamic State's attacks in Paris earlier this month, Americans remain largely divided on whether the U.S. should allow Syrian refugees to resettle inside the country.
As the Obama administration gears up to resettle up to 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next fiscal year, many Christian conservatives have argued that granting them asylum in the U.S. will make the nation more susceptible to attacks from jihadis who have infiltrated the resettlement program. more >>
Dallas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress has responded to the terror attacks in Paris last week by blaming the Islamic religion, claiming it is inspired by Satan and directly responsible for the actions of terrorists.
"Islam is a false religion, and it is inspired by Satan himself," Jeffress said at First Baptist Dallas in his Sunday sermon.
"This weekend we saw the fruit of Satan's destruction in the acts of these terrorists," he added. more >>
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has slammed an anti-discrimination ordinance amended in the city of Dallas Tuesday to distinguish between "sexual orientation" and "gender identity and expression," as a ludicrous attempt at political correctness designed to allow men to use women's bathrooms.
"This ordinance isn't about discrimination, it's about political correctness — and Dallas city leaders have put political correctness ahead of both common sense and common decency. The facts are clear. No woman wants a man to be allowed in a ladies restroom or locker room, no matter the reason. And no man wants his wife, daughter, mother, or sister to be forced by law to contend with such an uncomfortable, disruptive, and potentially dangerous intrusion," said Patrick in a statement Wednesday.
"This ludicrous ordinance, like the one in Houston, reveals officials who are totally out of touch with Texas values, I have no doubt that if this issue is put to the voters, as opposed to being decided without adequate public notice and discussion, the people of Dallas — like those in Houston — will give it a resounding no," he said. more >>