Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton dated for only six month before they got engaged. Now, the bride-to-be is revealing how she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with the Christian singer.
"We were friends for three years before. And I think that makes a big difference," Bailon revealed on "Hollywood Today Live" two weeks ago. "And being older, you kind of know what you want. I think when you're younger you have to date around, kind of see what you like, what you don't. There's different things, honestly, from different people I've dated that I'm like, 'I love this quality, don't love that quality so much.'"
Now that she's 33, Bailon insists that she knows what she wants in a relationship, qualities that she has found in her Houghton who she calls her best friend. Instead of trying to impress the frontman of Israel & New Breed she focused on a friendship with the Christian singer before things took a romantic turn. more >>
Instead of speculating about alleged marital problems between celebrity couple Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert, fellow Christian entertainers David and Tamela Mann are calling on people to pray.
"I say just keep them lifted up and everybody goes through some storms. I'm sure they've sat down and they've talked about it, because both of them seem like very reasonable people," David said in an interview on the "Tom Joyner Morning Show" on Monday.
"If she done went home and say 'Baby, let's work this out' and he said 'Baby, let's work this out,' we need to stay out of it and let them do they thing," he added, nothing that he doesn't know the Herbert's personally. more >>
An elite university is futhering the trend of gender-bending language and pronouns, with several faculty calling on the campus community to adjust the way they speak, a move one legal expert says is the "culmination of the LGBT Left's radical gender ideology."
Stanford University Computer Science Professor Cynthia Bailey Lee compiled the list of guidelines for a new computer science faculty workshop in a GoogleDoc that was forwarded to professors in her department, calling on them to create an "inclusive community," according to a Monday report from the Daily Wire. The GoogleDoc urges staff to use "they" and "their/them" as a singular pronoun since it "is now widely accepted as a neutral alternative, and better than the awkward 'he or she' construction because it also includes genderqueer and non-binary."
Roger Severino, a former Justice Department attorney who directs the Devos Center for Religion and Civil Society at the Washington-based Heritage Foundation, opined that this madness represents the culmination of the LGBT Left's radicalism. more >>
Reach Records rapper Andy Mineo slams hip-hop message against marriage as he and his wife celebrate their two year anniversary.
"Last week we celebrated 2 yrs of marriage. Ppl been saying it's gonna suck when the honeymoon phase is over! Well, I haven't experienced that yet. Of course there are growing pains, but they produce love, loyalty, trust & depth," he wrote in a Facebook post.
The young emcee went on to open up about the bond he and his wife, Christina, share with one another since becoming husband and wife. more >>
Instead of living in fear, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday is putting all of his faith in Jesus as his pregnant wife, Lauren, battles a newly discovered brain tumor.
While Jrue, 26, admitted in an interview with NOLA.com that he was devastated to hear the news, he insisted that his wife's faith was strong enough to conquer the obstacle.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Arizona has released a video advising Christians on whether non-virgins should marry virgins, and admitted that he was sexually active before his was married and became a Christian.
Sharing his own experience in a video posted on his website Tuesday in response to a question about marrying non-virgins, Driscoll admitted, "I was sexually active before I met Grace, she was a Christian, and I was not." Thus, the couple "had to talk and walk through some things" before they decided to get married.
This week's question came from a Christian man who said his fiance is finding it difficult to cope with his sexually active past. In response, Driscoll said the issue is a serious one that needs to be properly addressed. He warned that if the woman is unable to see past the man's past, then the two might not have a future together. more >>