Ayesha Curry says she's ignoring social media speculation about a Golden State Warriors fan who many are accusing of trying to seduce her husband, Steph Curry, from the stands.
Instead, the wife and mother said she is showing love toward the woman who many have accused of trying to put a wedge in her marriage.
During Game 4 of the NBA Finals, a scantily clad stripper/model named Roni Rose was pictured seemingly giving Golden State Warriors point guard Steph an intense look from her courtside seats. Social media websites like Twitter screenshot the image they witnessed on television screens, making "Ayesha" a trending topic, warning the 27-year-old wife and mother to be cautious of the fan. more >>
After being released from rehab, Josh Duggar is ready to start a new life without his parents.
A New Show Starring Josh Duggar
Despite the scandals that Josh was said to be involved in, his family seems to be supportive with the decision to take on a new show. Josh was recently found guilty of infidelity and porn addition, which stained the reputation of the Duggar family as a Christian family. more >>
WASHINGTON — Former Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson reminded a gathering of prominent Christian conservatives Saturday night that Jesus Christ also died for the sins of gays and lesbians and stressed that more Christians need to "stand up for the word of God."
On a night when Concerned Women for America founder Beverly LaHaye was honored with the 2016 Faith & Freedom Coalition's Lifetime Achievement Award, the retired neurosurgeon was asked to deliver a keynote address at the "Road To Majority" conference gala dinner, which was attended by a number of prominent social conservatives from across the country including former GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, CWA President Penny Nance and author and religious freedom activist Johnnie Moore.
After the 87-year-old LaHaye explained in her acceptance speech that she started Concerned Women for America in 1979 so that the voice of Christian women would be inserted into the national abortion debate, Carson called on Christians to continue to let their voices be heard on gay marriage despite the fact that the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage last year. more >>
The cover story of the upcoming TIME magazine (6/13/16) is "How to Stay Married (and Why)."
Marriage does matter, despite what the liberal culture says, because the family is the building block of society. As the family goes so goes society.
Writing for TIME, Belinda Luscombe writes, "Most Americans of every stripe still want to get married — even millennials, although they're waiting until they're older." more >>
Meagan Good wants people to focus on more than just the possibility of being famous and remember that they have a divine destiny to follow.
As an upcoming special guest on the Fearless Discussions talk show, the 34-year-old actress will be joining host Arian Simone to discuss fame for a special program event called "Is It All for the Fame?"
In an Instagram post about the event, Good describes it as a "fearless discussion on the extremes that people will go through to see their name in lights. We have to get to a place in today's fame seeking society where we are pursuing purpose over popularity!" more >>
When budding chef Ayesha Curry hears naysayers speak negatively about her or the family that she shares with husband and Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry, it's hard for her to keep quiet.
In a new ESPNW report, she is revealing why.
"It's weird because I feel like I'm still spending time fighting off the naysayers who think I only have these opportunities because of Stephen," Ayesha said. "While I'm clearly aware that he has helped me get through the door, I have to walk through that door and I feel like I have the talent to be here. So it has been fun to prove people wrong." more >>