Award winning journalist and author Sophia A. Nelson recently spoke about the importance of sisterhood, particularly as it relates to women and workplace sabotage.
Nelson, 47, has extensive experience working in corporate America, previously as a senior attorney with Holland & Knight and currently as a corporate leadership trainer for Fortune 500 companies.
On Tuesday she released her second book The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Keys To Unlock Your Life, which was endorsed by media mogul Arianna Huffington. In it she shares common sense advice about sisterhood and how women can achieve more and live more fulfilling lives by sticking together. more >>
Jana Duggar is one of the lesser-known Duggar daughters, which has prompted speculation that she does not enjoy the limelight and is breaking away from Duggar family tradition.
The 24-year old has a twin brother, John-David, and neither one is dating, which is unusual for members of the family. Younger sisters Jill, 23, and Jessa, 21, are either engaged or married and expecting a first child. But it seems that Jana is much more interested in being single and not tied down just yet; some have theorized that Jana is rebelling against the family traditions.
"There's a lot of talk about her spreading her wings and flying solo, leaving her parents and the 18 kids behind. [However], the most likely explanation of Jana's single status is that she and Jim Bob just haven't found 'the one' yet," Hollywood Gossip wrote. more >>
Former Flyleaf front woman Lacey Sturm opened up this week about her journey to finding God, including her days as a suicidal drug user desperate for faith and purpose.
The singer is preparing for the release of her book The Reason: How I Discovered A Life Worth Living on Tuesday, Oct. 7. Sturm was compelled to write her story after sharing it with fans who attested that it changed their lives and even quelled their own suicidal thoughts. Discussing the powerful message of God's love in The Reason, Sturm recalled her first understanding of salvation while speaking to The Christian Post.
"I heard the message 'I'm worth loving and created by a good God, my life is important no matter what anybody says' during my encounter with God as an atheist," the singer explained. "That was the first sign; the Holy Spirit gave me that message. Maybe I had heard it before, but I didn't receive it until that message." more >>
Once a notorious gangster, drug dealer and pimp, John Turnipseed knows what it's like to feel trapped in sin. Now a licensed minister, Turnipseed wants those struggling to make a change and to know God hears their prayers.
"I always try to tell people to look for the evidence of God because it's always there and sometimes we just ignore it. We look past it [because] it doesn't look inviting to us," he said.
In his soon-to-be-released autobiography Bloodline, Turnipseed tells how his troubled childhood led him into a life of crime and how surrendering his life to Christ led him to become a helping hand for others living hard lives. more >>
Acclaimed Christian artist Plumb recently shared details about her separation from her husband Jeremy Lee and how faith helped them reconcile.
Last week, the acclaimed singer-songwriter, otherwise known as Tiffany Arbuckle Lee, debuted her memoir Need You Now: A Story of Hope. It touches on love, motherhood and the "crash and burn of my marriage and the rebuilding of that," she told The Christian Post exclusively.
Writing the memoir, described as being "raw" and "very honest" by critics was not only somewhat therapeutic for Plumb, but it also provided her with an opportunity to potentially help others. more >>
It's hard to imagine that any school would have a problem with a book about a Christian family that helped Jews escape the Holocaust.
But Springs Charter Schools in Temecula, Calif., not only had a problem with "The Hiding Place," they also took issue with any other book that was written by a Christian author or included a Christian message.
"We do not purchase sectarian educational materials and do not allow sectarian materials on our state-authorized lending shelves," Superintendent Kathleen Hermsmeyer wrote in a letter to attorneys at the Pacific Justice Institute. more >>