They say some of the smartest people in the world move to D.C., but take one look at the housing costs, and you may beg to differ. If you've ever lived in the vicinity of our nation's Capital, you know it's not cheap.
My fiancé took one for the team and recently moved to the D.C. Metro area — the plan being that he'd rent a one bedroom apartment for half a year, then I would move in after the wedding. When we told people, they were shocked and even a professing Christian was slightly surprised.
We got questions like, "Don't you want to test it out first and see if you're compatible?" or "Don't you want to save money?" more >>
The social conservative advocacy group Family Research Council has withdrawn its support for a religious freedom bill introduced in Congress last year that aims to protect individuals and institutions from being punished by the federal government over opposition to same-sex marriage.
In the wake of last June's Supreme Court decision redefining marriage to include same-sex couples, Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, and Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, introduced the First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) in their respective houses.
The crux of the legislation is to prohibit the federal government from discriminating against or taking action against religious institutions or individuals that act in accordance with their religious beliefs on marriage. more >>
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Gospel singer and Bishop Marvin Sapp is speaking out against a woman who is claiming to be his wife and trying to book shows using his name.
"This young woman has posted and has been posing as my new wife. SHE IS NOT MY WIFE," Sapp exclaimed in a Facebook message. "The only reason why I'm posting this is not to put her on blast, however it is because she has placed a link onto her page as it pertains to my booking."
The woman, who goes by the name First Lady Annisha Sapp, took to Facebook where she posted the message: "Hello Everyone! Here's our new Facebook business page for Bishop Marvin Sapp and first lady Annisha Sapp. If you would like to book Bishop Sapp for preaching/singing at your church click the link." more >>
The best part of Russell Wilson exchanging nuptials with his now wife and singer Ciara earlier this month is not what some might assume.
"The best part was watching her walk down the aisle," the 28-year-old Seattle Seahawks quarterback told E! News. "Just to see her face and the long train she had. And then 'Earth, Wind and Fire' took the night away."
The Wilsons were married on July 6 in a ceremony that took place at the Peckforton Castle in Cheshire, England. The couple have been transparent about their journey through the lens of their Christian faith together from praying for love, to dating, a proposal and finally marriage. more >>
One of the largest religious groups in Canada voted to approve a resolution that allows ministers to officiate same-sex marriages.
The Anglican Church of Canada, member of the global Anglican Communion, approved the measure Monday at their General Synod meeting in Toronto.
The Ven. Michael Thompson, general secretary of ACC, explained in a statement Tuesday that while the initial result had the resolution failing, it was later discovered that this was because of problems counting votes. more >>