Former "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham has frequently been in the news since appearing on the MTV show "16 & Pregnant" and recently spoke to The Christian Post about rumors in the media, the importance of faith in her life, and managing her businesses ventures.
"There are many, I think many questions, and the biggest misconception [in the media] is the label of 'porn star,'" Abraham told The Christian Post about the rumors and beliefs of her image in the media. "Luckily, with my faith, I'm stronger than the false labels and they do not define me."
Abraham is a single mother—boyfriend and father of daughter Sophia, Derek Underwood—passed away before Sophia was even born. She has struggled to come to grips with the tragic loss and raise her daughter with the help of her parents, all while being filmed for "16 & Pregnant" and then "Teen Mom." The reality star explained the impact being on TV has had on her life. more >>
Eric Church's voice will move you and make you feel the spirit of the Lord. This acoustic version will make you feel the greatness of Jesus' love even more. You hear his words and all that he is saying even more clearly.
This talented musician definitely knows how to make you feel the love of Jesus!
Watch and listen to this amazing song below: more >>
A group of bullies at Lily's high school devised an evil plan to set her up for something terrible. They told her that she was nominated for homecoming court just to watch her get her heart broken.
But two of the girls who speak to Lily everyday stepped in and turned his horrible prank into a heartwarming act. Anahi Alvarez and Naomi Martinez stayed after school to hang out with Lily because no one else will.
It's moments like these that show us to always respect and love everyone around us. You never know what that person's story is. Watch the story below. more >>
A Chicago church gave each of its 320 members $500 during a recent Sunday service, asking them to do as they please with it.
LaSalle Street Church gave away a total of $160,000 with no strings attached, just the hope that the money goes to a good cause. Pastor Laura Truax also suggested that congregation members tithe from the amount given to them according to how the Spirit led them.
"Some people started to cry and I started to sweat because it sounded so crazy ... In that moment, I was worried that people were going to think, 'this is stupid and silly. You're squandering away $160,000.' I was nervous about that but I felt this was a place of faith," Truax told Chicago's WGN TV. more >>
This 4-year-old, Kai, was born with 50 percent hearing loss in one ear and 65 percent in the other. She had trouble hearing throughout her whole life. It was similar to hearing underwater for her.
Kai heads over to the doctor to get hearing aids for the very first time. She was confused at first but then a priceless moment occured. She heard her own voice for the very first time, loud and clear. Kai has never known what it was like to hear her own voice clearly. This is a moment that was perfect for the camera.
The change to the hearing aids has been remarkable for her and she has never been happier. Her family feels truly blessed and wants to share this beautiful moment with everyone! more >>
NEW YORK — Hundreds of NYC-area nonprofit and church leaders — young and old, red and yellow, black and white — are mobilizing as one body for the very first time in an effort to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in one of the world's most unique urban centers, thanks to an initiative organized by the Luis Palau Association.
New York City has seen a surge in the past decade or more of contemporary, Millennial- and usually white male-led churches, who stand in contrast, in some ways, to the old guards who put down spiritual roots in the big city decades ago.
Among the veteran leaders are people like Jim Cymbala (Brooklyn Tabernacle) and African-American pastors and civic leaders A.R. Bernard (Christian Cultural Center) and Floyd Flake (Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral), whose combined congregations number more than 60,000 New Yorkers. more >>