Three months after his firing from his job as senior pastor of the popular NewSpring Church in South Carolina, Perry Noble publicly revealed on Monday the details of his rocky marriage, drinking issues, and other aspects of the double life that led to his exit from the church he founded 16 years ago.
Acting on what he said was the advice of his counselor, Noble shared four "extremely unwise decisions" he made that led to his fall from the pulpit in a lengthy post on Facebook that had been shared nearly 2,000 times as of Wednesday morning.
"I was a hypocrite — I preached, 'you can't do life alone' and then went out and lived the opposite," he said. more >>
Popular HGTV "Fixer Upper" hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines share their inspirational love story in a new "I Am Second" film released on Tuesday, and reveal how their differences have made their marriage stronger.
In the taping, Joanna describes herself as a person who has always played it safe. Even in high school, she says, she wasn't the big personality type and was content to live in the background in comfort and predictability.
When Chip came into the picture he was everything she wasn't. The words Joanna uses to describe her husband are "risky," "dangerous," "care-free," and an "extreme dreamer." more >>
Even though Tina Lawson, the mother of singers Beyoncé and Solange, is now happily remarried, she recently confided in Bishop T.D. Jakes that life after divorce is anything but easy.
Lawson, the 62-year-old matriarch of the famed Knowles family, appeared on Jakes "The T.D. Jakes Show" last week where she opened up about fighting doubts about finding happiness after divorcing her famed music manager ex-husband, Matthew Knowles.
"I have always believed in life after divorce, although there was a period of time when I wondered. I had doubts," Tina said, describing her feelings before her second marriage to actor Richard Lawson. "You know, I was 59 years old and was so engrossed in my work. I was running the company. I was doing all these other things and working." more >>
Adrienne Bailon revealed to PEOPLE magazine at her Parisian-themed co-ed wedding shower hosted by West Hollywood eatery Fig & Olive, that she and her fiance Israel Houghton are saving themselves for marriage.
As she was getting ready for her wedding shower this past Saturday, which is featured exclusively in the current issue of the magazine, Bailon said that she will be shedding happy tears on her wedding day.
"I was getting so emotional," she tells PEOPLE. more >>
Popular HGTV "Fixer Upper" hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines will share their testimonies about faith, marriage and obedience to God in their "I Am Second" film debut that will be released next week.
For their "I Am Second" film, Chip and Joanna will be featured separately before coming together side-by-side to talk about their marriage. The owners of the Magnolia Market in Waco, Texas, have used their expertise in design and renovation to reflect their Christian faith. But now fans will have the opportunity to learn even more about their values. more >>
Comedian Michael Jr. travels the world entertaining people with his brand of stand-up comedy, but he also uses his God-given talents and resources to help others who are facing desperate circumstances.
Using his ingenuity and a little star power, Michael Jr. was recently able to garner enough support to help a struggling foster family in need.
Tim and Keri Richardson, a couple who has fostered more than 70 children over the years, currently has a blended household of 12 children that includes five biological and seven foster children. The family recently hit hard times and were struggling to make ends meet. Adding insult to injury, one of their vehicles was stolen which left them with only one means of transportation. The family had previously ran a Go Fund Me campaign seeking to raise $10,000, but only received $390 in contributions. more >>