"Minority Report" actress Meagan Good is speaking out about the importance of encouraging young women to abstain from sex in a way that's seemingly not religious.
"I speak to young women because I think a lot of the images that are out there now teach women that they need to be a certain kind of way in order to get attention or be considered valuable. ... I do encourage them to wait but I'm not preachy or religious," Good, 34, said in a Philly.com. report.
"I feel like if you have a better sense of self and you love yourself the right person will wait for you. ... For my marriage ... there was a solid, 'I could spend the rest of my life with you and you could be my partner on this entire journey' — and I respect you and I love you — and then there's the icing on the cake." more >>
"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice may be serving a 15-month prison sentence, but that hasn't stopped the reality television star from leading her family in prayer.
"Oh please God, bring me home to my family as soon as possible and bless my four daughters and my husband," Giudice prays along with her husband, Joe, in the preview of Bravo's three-part special, "Teresa Checks In."
The 43-year-old Catholic reality television star began serving time last January after being convicted of committing bankruptcy fraud in 2014. Despite her circumstances, her lawyer, James J. Leonard Jr., told E! that Giudice is staying strong in her faith. more >>
An appeals court has ruled against the Department of Health and Human Services' accomodation to the birth control mandate for religious groups, arguing that it does not sufficiently protect religious liberty. The decision could mean that the case will go to the Supreme Court.
In a decision released Thursday, a three judge panel of the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that faith-based groups should not be required to sign a waiver for being exempted from providing assorted birth control methods in their insurance coverage.
Plaintiffs in the case included CNS Corporation, CNS international Ministries, Heartland Christian College, and Ozark National Life Insurance Company. more >>
As secular culture continues to promote transgenderism, popularized by the transformation of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn, a group of Christians counselors will be tackling transgender issues and how the church responds next month at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.
"We wanted to do this conference because we saw that the issue of transgender was one that was getting a great deal of attention in the culture, but not understood well from a Christian perspective," said Association of Certified Biblical Counselors Executive Director Heath Lambert to The Christian Post.
"We want to inform Christians about a biblical perspective on this matter so that we are most equipped to show care to people who will be damaged by the current approach to this issue in our culture." more >>
ORLANDO, Fla. — Numerous people are waging war in the fight against pornography and its negative impact on mainstream culture that's seeping into the Church. The Christian Post is highlighting just seven notable figures who are combating the pervasive porn culture that's hurting families and destroying lives.
1. Donna Rice Hughes: As the CEO and president of Enough is Enough, Hughes has dedicated much of her life to protecting children from Internet pornography. Since the mid-1990s, she's given over 4,500 media interviews on issues such as Internet pornography, the sexting phenomenon, and sexual predators. more >>
ORLANDO, Fla. — Victoria Hearst, granddaughter of media legend William Randolph Hearst, has slammed Cosmopolitan magazine for its pornographic content and disdain for Christians, especially those who adhere to biblical values.
Speaking at the second annual Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit on Saturday, Hearst said the magazine originally "started as a family magazine," noting that it was her grandfather's first magazine. But then, according to her, it was hijacked by feminist activist Helen Gurley Brown.
"This is not a family feud," said Hearst. "We are not trying to censor the magazine. Just label it as an adult magazine and don't sell it to kids," she exclaimed. more >>