Robertson McQuilkin, a former missionary and president of Columbia Bible College in South Carolina who inspired thousands with his love for his first wife, Muriel, when he resigned so he could care for her after she was stricken with Alzheimer's, died on Thursday. He was 88.
Columbia International University, formerly Columbia Bible College, announced his death.
As organizers for the atheist Reason Rally boast that 30,000 secularists will be at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. on Saturday, Catholic League President Bill Donohue has slammed the event, calling it an "invasion."
"They stand for nothing, believe in nothing, and many are good for nothing. Organized atheists are set to invade D.C. this weekend, holding a 'Reason Rally.' The reason they are rallying is their professed belief in nothingness," Donohue wrote about the event.
CNN reports that speakers at the rally are expected to include Bill Nye, Lewis Black and members of the Wu-Tang Clan, which will also feature musical guests and entertainment late into the night. more >>
Korie and Willie Robertson's oldest son, John Luke Robertson, has grown up on his family's A&E hit reality television show "Duck Dynasty," but the newly-wed, college freshman is paving his own way to success with his new book, Young and Beardless.
"Being young and beardless is more than a lack of life experience or facial hair," says Robertson, 20, in a statement to The Christian Post. "It's about learning, growing, and trying to figure out where you fit in the world. And being able to do great things has nothing to do with where you are in life, what your past is, which family you were born into, or how small your town is. It has to do with you: who you chose to be, how you choose to live, what you choose to dream, and how you choose to get there."
In Young and Beardless, John Luke shares what it's like to grow up as a Robertson and what he's learned since stepping out on his own as a man. Robertson focuses a great deal on how to build a dream for your life, how to create a plan to turn that dream into reality, and how to surround yourself with supportive people. With humor and refreshing honesty, Robertson shares his perspective on taking chances, choosing a spouse and embracing your true self. more >>
After the scandals surrounding the television personality Josh Duggar, his wife Anna Duggar is worried about what will happen to their marriage now that he has been released from rehab.
In Touch Weekly reports that Anna is scared to see her husband revert back to his infidelity. During his stay at the treatment facility, Josh was not exposed to the Internet as well as other temptations. Now that he is back, Anna is anticipating the worst, which led to her decision to ban his use of a smartphone.
According to the magazine, a source said, "He isn't allowed to have one of those. He has a little phone with a tiny screen and he can't send or receive picture messages on it." The Duggar family is said to be against the use of smartphones as it can bring bad influences to their children. Josh's father, Jim Bob, previously explained that they only use basic phones that only have call and text functions. more >>
Aside from the attention-grabbing Riley Curry, the focus of basketball fans and the public turned to Stephen Curry's wife, Ayesha Curry, immediately after the Golden State Warriors star rose to fame.
Now that the fantastic shooter is on his way to another NBA Finals series with his team, people are again curious about his family life especially his wife. The 27-year-old mom of two is a chef and is set to have her own show on Food Network, Heavy said.
The green-eyed and stunning wife of the Warriors star appeared on a couple of TV shows like "Good Luck Charlie," "Hannah Montana" and "Underground Street Flippers," her IMDB profile revealed. Ayesha also has a YouTube channel that showcases her talent in cooking. more >>
With the success of her first solo album and book, Tina Campbell is showing no signs of slowing down by revealing her next project.
The 42-year-old Mary Mary singer who released her first solo album It's Personal last year, plans to follow up with another project next fall called A Song And A Prayer.
"I'm also working on A Song and A Prayer project. I may be releasing that with a really really huge retailer but if that doesn't work out, I'll release independently," Campbell revealed in an interview with Parle magazine. "And wherever I go and whatever I do, I will make sure I have it available." more >>