Anna Duggar news continue to flood the Internet, and the latest updates say evidence of the sale of the couple's home in Arkansas indicates that Josh Duggar may soon become a single man.
Earlier this year, Josh and Anna Duggar were supposed to move into a home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, but that event might now prove unlikely after Josh was embroiled in a cheating scandal recently. Now, a warranty deed showing the sale of the property has surfaced, sparking divorce rumors, according to the Inquisitr.
Based on the documents obtained by In Touch Weekly, the Duggars' property in Arkansas has been bought by ALB Investments, LLC. The ownership of the property was completely transferred just five days after news erupted about Josh's account on the cheating website Ashley Madison. He later on admitted that he had cheated on his wife, the report details. more >>
After losing his wife, Lynn, and his left leg in a brutal motorcycle crash in June, Pastor Bryan Koch of Glad Tidings Church in Spring Township, Pennsylvania, will return to the pulpit Sunday for the first time in 19 weeks since the accident, and he is trusting God to keep him going.
"It's been a challenging road, but God is bringing me through it," Koch, a former catcher and first baseman for the Chicago White Sox, told WFMZ.
It took a reported 17 surgeries for Koch to recover from two crushed hips, a broken pelvis and other injuries he suffered during the June 7 crash where his left leg had to be amputated because it was pinned beneath an SUV. more >>
Years after Tim Tebow professed that he was a virgin, the Christian football star and television personality is being questioned about his thoughts concerning Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's public vow of celibacy with his singer girlfriend Ciara Harris.
Tebow was stopped by a TMZ reporter at an airport recently, where he was questioned about advice he would give to the high-profile entertainers who are working to remain celibate.
"You're an advocate for saving yourself until marriage. I wanted to know if you have any advice for Russell Wilson?" a reporter asked Tebow in a video posted to TMZ on Monday. "You know he's dating Ciara, and he's getting a lot of criticism saying that it's hurting his career. But you know, they're saving themselves and they're not doing it to help their performance. Any advice for how they can push through all of the criticism, the haters and stuff?" more >>
Duggar family matriarch Michelle Duggar recently shared biblical marital advice with her daughter, Jill Dillard, and said newlywed wives should always "be available" to meet their husband's "special need."
The former "19 Kids and Counting" star responded to a fan's question about what marital advice she had for Jill, who married her husband, Derrick Dillard, more than a year ago. In her response, Duggar alluded to Ephesians 5:22, which talks about wives submitting to their husbands at all times.
Ephesians 5:22 reads: Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. ... Wives should submit to their husbands in everything. more >>
I've been saying that 2015 is the year of pushback, and this might be the most significant act of pushing back so far: A group of legal scholars, most of them university professors, have declared that the Supreme Court's redefinition of marriage this past June 26th is not "the law of the land," and they are calling on all office holders, together with all presidential candidates, to join them in rejecting the Court's decision.
Make no mistake about it: This is really big news.
These scholars, who teach at schools like Princeton and Oxford and Notre Dame and Boston and Boston College and Michigan State and Kansas State and Vanderbilt and Hillsdale and the University of Toronto and the University of Nebraska, state that the Court's decision "has no more claim" to being the law of the land "than Dred Scott v. Sandford had when President Abraham Lincoln condemned that pro-slavery decision as an offense against the very Constitution that the Supreme Court justices responsible for that atrocious ruling purported to be upholding." more >>
The Dutch Reformed Church in South Africa has voted to recognize same-sex marriages and will start ordaining gay ministers without a celibacy clause. The DRC has been criticized by other Christian denominations, including by the Roman Catholic Church, for going against biblical doctrine.
South Africa's 24-hour news service eNCA reported that the vote took place last week, and a 64 percent majority of the church's synod voted in favor of supporting gay marriage.
DRC moderator Nelis Janse van Rensburg explained the decision, arguing that: "It is historical because with this decision we actually are at a point where there can be no doubt that the Dutch Reformed Church is serious about human dignity." more >>