Tim Tebow has proven that he's never too busy for his fans after he took a break from his latest project to spend time with a pint-sized admirer.
Tebow was in Gastonia, North Carolina, shooting a video for his second book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms last week when 11-year-old Phillip Williams, the son of Gaston County Commissioner Jason Williams, slipped a note under the door where Tebow was filming to ask for an autograph.
To his family's surprise, the 28-year-old NFL quarterback-turned-television personality and motivational speaker decided to halt what he was doing to meet them. more >>
Nationally known Christian pastors are expressing their condolences following the passing of Left Behind series co-author and megachurch pastor Tim LaHaye, who died of a stroke Monday at age 90.
David Jeremiah, senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego, California, said in a statement obtained by The Christian Post that he had been friends with LaHaye for more than 40 years and was his pastor for 35.
"Tim was one of the most godly men I have ever known. Almost every conversation I had with him ended with his praying with me and for me. He wrote me extended letters of appreciation for what God was doing in our church. We shared long lunches together talking about ministry and praying for our nation," Jeremiah said. more >>
Tim LaHaye, pastor and co-author of the best-selling Left Behind book series, has died at age 90 following a severe stroke.
LaHaye became a notable name in End Times literature when he co-authored alongside Jerry B. Jenkins the 16-book series which sold over 50 million copies.
In an announcement posted Monday on LaHaye's Facebook page, it was reported that the pastor and author died at a San Diego hospital. more >>
Best-selling author Tim LaHaye has reportedly suffered a severe stroke and might not recover, according to the Oklahoma-based group Prophecy Watchers.
The organization posted a message on Facebook Sunday stating that the 90-year-old co-author of the best-selling Left Behind book series suffered a stroke.
"We received some … very sad news this morning. Tim LaHaye has had a very bad stroke and may not recover," read the Facebook post. "Tim has been a friend and supporter of our ministry from our launch day almost two years ago." more >>
George R. R. Martin was left with no choice but to explain his absence from the San Diego Comic-Con 2016 after reports surfaced that he was spotted at the convention.
While the bestselling author gave an acceptable reason, he remained elusive about what fans have been clamoring for a long time – the release date of "The Winds of Winter," the sixth novel of the series "A Song of Ice and Fire" in which the popular TV show "Game of Thrones" is based upon.
It Was a Cosplayer, Not Martin more >>
"The Winds of Winter," the upcoming sixth book of the epic fantasy series "A Song of Ice and Fire" in which the hit HBO show "Game of Thrones" is based upon, has been anticipated for over half a decade now. Speculations about the incoming sixth book continue to surface as its author, George R. R. Martin, keeps mum about the progress of the much-awaited novel.
'The Winds of Winter' Release Date Won't Be Announced at the WorldCon 2016
Martin wrote on his online journal that he will be joining editors, writers and fans at the 74th World Science Convention in Kansas City, Missouri on Aug. 17-21. He mentioned that he will take part in various activities including book signing, reading and some other stuff he did not specify. The 67-year-old author did not say anything about "The Winds of Winter," however, fans immediately speculated that he will finally give an idea or even announce the sixth book's release date at the WorldCon 2016. more >>