When not co-hosting alongside the ladies of "The View," Candace Cameron Bure is out and about on a promotional tour for her upcoming series premiere, "Fuller House." During a recent sit down at "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday morning, the actress shared her strong views on feminism and women who are pro-life.
Admitting that she has yet to choose a presidential candidate to vote for, Bure discussed the comments of former secretary of state Madeleine Albright's: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other," Albright stated in an effort to get women to support Hillary Clinton's candidacy.
The actress was noticeably upset by Albright's comment for her casual mention of hell and proceeded to share her opinion on feminism. more >>
To celebrate their first Valentine's Day as a married couple, singer Colton Dixon teamed up with Uber and Hershey's Kisses to surprised his new wife, Annie.
Dixon took advantage of an Uber Serenade and their Hershey's Kisses delivery to show his bride some Valentine weekend love on Friday. The Uber serenade took the happy couple to their favorite Nashville coffee shop, Revelator Coffee.
The Christian singer was the first to order an Uber Serenade in Nashville, which is a live, in-person performance of a love song from a hometown artist delivered to any location in minutes. Each serenade experience comes with a heart-shaped box of Kisses Deluxe chocolates. more >>
Just in time for Valentine's Day, "Son of God" actor Diogo Morgado discussed his lead role in the upcoming heartwarming flick, "Love Finds You in Valentine." The movie is set to captivate audiences with an inspirational story of love, family and the power of redemption.
Premiering this Valentine's Day, this UP original movie "Love Finds You in Valentine," stars Morgado ("The Bible," "Son of God"), and Michaela McManus ("Aquarius," "One Tree Hill") in a romantic, modern-day Western tale.
Based on the popular book by Irene Brand, the film is the third installment in UP's highly rated "Loves Find You" movie franchise. Morgado plays an adult Derek Sterling who was a former troubled kid from the city who was adopted by a woman named June, played by Lindsay Wagner ("The Bionic Woman"). Sterling was able to turn his life around because of his adopted mom, who refused to give up on him. more >>
This is one story of determination that you need to see. It starts with a little boy named Caiden who struggled to talk throughout the early years of life due to complications surrounding his cerebral development, especially his ability to speak.
His parents recount how hard it was for little Caiden, who could move his lips and make noises but not actually form words.
Yet Caiden was also a lover of Chick-fil-A, having eaten there with family and having been known to enjoy his time at the restaurants. more >>
You never quite know just who will drop in when you're having a good time in the sun and the water.
One woman who was wakeboarding at the Sea of Cortez was joined by a family of dolphins who accompanied her like a convoy of old.
Posted to YouTube by Wyatt Miller, the video shows the porpoises jumping in their signature arcs alongside a wakeboarder, to the enjoyment of the crew of the boat La Ventana. more >>
In my previous really theologically dense blog (I know it was a tough read!), I attempted to describe the gospel-way to turn from sin and obey Jesus. Too often our strivings — okay, my own strivings — to turn from sin are driven by fear and empowered by nothing more than mere human willpower. The gospel, though, gives us much better fuels for obedience: faith and joy.
If you haven't read that blog yet, please do so before you continue into this post. Or don't. It's a free country; do what you want.
Okay, let's say you decide to step out of a fear-driven way of following Jesus and adopt the way of faith and joy. You jump into the Bible and start praying for God to strengthen your faith and fill you with his Spirit. Are you going to be floating through life on a Holy Spirit cloud of happiness on day 1? I mean, it's possible. God is full of surprises and seems to take pleasure in doing really odd things. But that's not usually how he works. more >>