Candace Cameron Bure has been married to husband Valeri Bure for 19 years and recently spoke about her successful marriage and bringing up three children in the spotlight.
"My husband is not a dictator," Candace told Yahoo Parenting, addressing the controversial statement she made last year about being "submissive" in her marriage. "We work together but I don't want to dig my heels in and I have no aspirations to be the ruler of my family. We are two equal people but I love my husband and I want him to lead. I trust that my husband has our family's best interests at heart, so I wouldn't fight him on that. And when I feel strongly about something, he agrees with me. It goes both ways."
The couple has three children ages 12, 14, and 16. Candace has been incredibly busy working with the Hallmark Channel and will star on in the film series "Aurora Teagarden: A Bone to Pick," which will air this spring. The couple rotates who works so that one parent is always directly overseeing the children. Candace has spoken at length about her marriage and managing a career. more >>
National Geographic has offered a behind-the-scenes look at its upcoming dramatization of TV host Bill O'Reilly and historian Martin Dugard's best-selling book, Killing Jesus: A History.
"'Killing Jesus' is about a man, a real man, and I was very interested in making a film that would appeal to believers and nonbelievers," says Director Christopher Menaul in the three-minute clip.
The video features comments from the main cast as well, including Haaz Sleiman ("The Visitor"), the Lebanese and Muslim-raised actor who takes on the title role of Jesus. more >>
Dr. Tony Evans, senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship and president of The Urban Alternative, insists in a new book that blame for the social ills Americans are experiencing partly fall on the shoulders of Christians, who have compromised with the culture and helped marginalize God — therefore shutting out access to His transformational presence and power.
"America is in serious trouble," Evans writes in America: Turning a Nation to God. "From sea to shining sea we are witnessing the devolution of a nation."
Listing "family breakdowns to the immigration crisis to the abiding racial divide" as well as "the redefinition of marriage and the family, abortions on demand" as examples of the nation's "unraveling," Evans adds that "the American dream is quickly becoming the American nightmare" for those disillusioned with the country's direction. more >>
Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks announced Tuesday that he and wife Cathy are separating after over 25 years of marriage.
"The Lucky One" author shared the sad news in a statement, explaining that the decision was not made with ease.
"Cathy and I have separated," Sparks said, according to People magazine. "This is, of course, not a decision we've made lightly. We remain close friends with deep respect for each other and love for our children." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson released the first look at her new fashion collection inspired by her book Live Original on New Year's Eve.
The former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant paired up with designer Sherri Hill on a line of dresses. A video released on Dec. 31 reveals the Spring 2015 collection that features behind-the-scenes looks at Robertson, all set to Mark Ballas' song "Miss Incredible."
Singer Tina Campbell and her husband Teddy managed to mend their marital issues in 2014, and now the gospel star and drummer are sharing some of their joint goals for 2015.
The couple has a joint Instagram account where they recently wrote a note about some things they hope to achieve in 2015.
"Note to self: For 2015 love more purely, give the understanding you'd like to get, be more patient with others, consider others, be less insensitive, compliment others more, let stuff go, pray for people even when there's no crisis, practice listening instead of being heard, read the Bible and talk to Jesus more than anyone else," the Instagram note reads. "Be quiet and listen to the Holy Spirit more than anyone else. Be disciplined! Stop making excuses! Be better..on purpose!" more >>