Gospel singer and "Mary Mary" reality television star Tina Campbell recently acknowledged her ability to overcome marital problems, including her own "crazy" and "violent" behavior.
A recent episode of "Mary Mary" revealed that Campbell had riddled husband Teddy Campbell's car with bullets in a fit of anger over his multiple extra-marital affairs. Days after the footage aired, Campbell addressed her behavior during her marital woes. The singer, who is one half of the Gospel duo Mary Mary along with her sister Erica, spoke with New York Gospel radio station WLIB about "angry," "crazy" and "violent" reactions before turning to God for direction on her marriage.
"What men think is impossible, with God, all things are possible," Tina explained. "My situation was busted, every other week I finding about someone else - that was devastating. I can sit here and smile because I just want to be happy because it's a choice. I did mad, I did frustrated, I did angry, I did bitter, I did crazy, I did violent, I did all of that, and I remained miserable. But when I turned to God and made a conscious effort to pursue forgiving and letting go, that's where I found my hope." more >>
A LGBT activist group that seeks to change the United Methodist Church's official position on homosexuality has been accused of endorsing polyamory.
Reconciling Ministries Network, a pro-gay Methodist group, recently posted an article on its website that appeared to endorse polyamorous relationships.
Authored by the Rev. Dave Barnhart, the recent blog entry sought to argue against claims of slippery slope if gay marriage were legalized and embraced by the church. more >>
The Supreme Court is slated to rule on the subject of same-sex "marriage" this term. Here are four questions I want to ask same-sex marriage supporters:
1) If the Supreme Court says that it is okay for a man to marry a man and a woman to marry a woman, then how can they stop there?
Once they open Pandora's Box, how can they say that polygamy is unconstitutional? The Supreme Court already ruled on that. Utah, a state founded by Mormons, could not be accepted in the Union until there was the promise that they would not practice polygamy, Reynolds v. United States, 1878. more >>
Tina Campbell of the gospel duo Mary Mary continues to struggle with her husband's admitted infidelities on season four of her reality television series "Mary Mary," even resorting to fits of anger resulting in gunfire.
Campbell, who stars on the WE tv reality series with her sister Erica Campbell, has been very open about her marital problems with husband Terry Campbell, who recently admitted to several extra-marital affairs. A new teaser clip for the reality series reveal the extent of the gospel singer's emotional outbursts over the betrayal: the destruction of her husband's car with a gun. In the new trailer for season four of "Mary Mary," Terry Campbell's vintage convertible is unveiled, revealing extensive damage due to bullets.
"We had some days that were really bad, and the car is a clear indication of a very bad day," Terry Campbell explains in the trailer. "It was my car and she thought I could have been riding around town with another woman in the car, which wasn't the case. My wife, in her pain, wanted to hurt me." more >>
A chaplain who once ministered to Navy SEALs could be thrown out of the military after he was accused of failing "to show tolerance and respect" in private counseling sessions in regards to issues pertaining to faith, marriage and sexuality, specifically homosexuality and pre-marital sex, according to documents obtained exclusively by Fox News.
Lt. Commander Wes Modder, who is endorsed by the Assemblies of God, has also been accused of being unable to "function in the diverse and pluralistic environment" of the Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Goose Creek, S.C.
"On multiple occasions he discriminated against students who were of different faiths and backgrounds," the Chaplain's commanding Officer Capt. Jon R. Fahs wrote in a memorandum obtained by Fox News. more >>
The largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States is only seven votes away from having enough regional bodies favor changing its official definition of marriage to include homosexual unions.
At last year's general assembly, Presbyterian Church (USA) approved an amendment changing their Book of Order's definition of marriage from being between "a man and a woman" to "two people, traditionally a man and a woman."