"Teen Mom 2" star Leah Messer is about to lose custody of her twin children, Ali and Aleeah, to her ex-husband Corey Simms.
Because of the current court trouble that "Teen Mom 2" star Leah Messer is facing, her other ex-boyfriend Jeremy Calvert is now worried about the future of their daughter Addie. He is now trying hard to land a stable job in West Virginia so he can file for full custody of his two-year-old daughter with Messer, according to Classicalite.
Dr. Drew Pinksy has voiced concern over the effect of the court troubles on Messer's long-term recovery. Simms may have failed in his attempts to gain full custody of the five-year-old twins, but Messer's situation may also put their living conditions in jeopardy, the report details. more >>
Finances are often a problem for Christian couples, but money doesn't need to be a divisive element in a relationship. Properly framed, a couple's shared approach to finances actually can be a source of strength that pulls them closer together.
Many couples, though, are reluctant to broach the subject. In our workshop, Better Halves™, we have found that many couples simply don't know where to start, and, if they do, they don't want to raise a potentially contentious issue. We have found that by showing them how to look at money as an emotional issue, we can set them on a path to build a sound financial future as a Christian couple.
New research continues to highlight the dangers that a dysfunctional approach to finances can bring to any couple. Recently, the Federal Reserve released a paper showing that individual credit scores can often predict the potential for couples to ultimately break apart. more >>
A wedding is a momentus and joyous occasion, and this groom knew how to make the special day even more memorable.
Andrew Meadows takes the microphone during his bride's father-daughter dance and sings the Dustin Lynch hit "Your Daddy's Boots."
Proving that country western music does have a place in civilized society, Meadows gets nothing but loving support for his rendition, as well as the classic whooping and hollering from the audience. more >>
Talk about a musical way to celebrate six decades of marriage! Two grandparents decide that the piano is the perfect way to usher in their milestone anniversary.
Jason Lyle Black, a man who gained fame for being the "Backwards Piano Man," recently uploaded a video to YouTube to show the world the possible source of his musical talent: his grandparents.
The two octogenarians make their way to the piano, the husband aided by a cane with tennis ball feet, and begin to play a simple, beautiful piece. more >>
Jessa Duggar-Seewald celebrated her first pregnancy by holding a fall-themed baby shower last week, which also involved the men in her family.
A couple of weeks before her Nov. 1 due date, Jessa Duggar and her husband Ben Seewald shared their happiness and excitement over their first baby by throwing a fall-inspired baby shower in a barn. On Oct. 15, more than a hundred family members and friends — including the men — participated in the celebration and enjoyed the games and activities, according to HNGN.
Jessa and Ben Seewald chose to celebrate the special day for their upcoming baby in a barn owned by a friend in Highfill, Arkansas. The whole event was recorded and will be aired during the TLC special episode titled "Jill & Jessa: Counting On," Ace Showbiz reports. more >>
While recounting the struggles and highlights of their old NFL playing days on a Washington, D.C. ESPN sports talk radio show Tuesday evening, two former Washington Redskins fan favorites agreed that former head coach Jim Zorn "lost the locker room" because he criticized players who didn't pray and didn't live their lives the Christian way.
During his weekly visit on "The Drive" AM radio show with co-hosts Chris Cooley — a former Redskins tight end — Steve Czaban and Al Galdi, former Redskins running back Clinton Portis explained the difference between hall-of-fame head coach Joe Gibbs and the failed Zorn, who finished with a 12-20 record during his two seasons with the Redskins.
When asked if current Redskins head coach Jay Gruden is in danger of losing the confidence of his players after his first season with the franchise ended with a 4-12 record and his second season has begun with a 2-4 record, Portis responded with a resounding "no" because Gruden still has the support of his locker room. more >>