Daniel Keller, brother-in-law of embattled "19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar, called him a "pig" Monday and declared he won't stop trying to get him out of his family after recent reports on leaked data from adultery website Ashley Madison revealed that Duggar had used the website to cheat on his wife, Anna.
After Duggar confessed his cheating ways, his sister, Jessa Seewald, came to his defense with scripture on Facebook Monday after a media firestorm vilifying him erupted on the Internet.
In a Facebook post Monday, Seewald quoted from 1 John 1:8, "If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." more >>
If you take Highway 85 through Eau Claire, Wisconsin, you'll see a touching tribute from a husband to his late wife — thousands of bright yellow sunflowers lining the road for 4-and-a-half miles. Don Jaquish made it his mission to honor his wife Babbette's memory by planting fields of her favorite flower. Babbette died last November at 66, after a long battle with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow.
Babbette's legacy extends even beyond the stunning twin fields of sunflowers that each stretch 60 feet wide. Her husband, Don, and daughter, Jennifer White, began a company called Babbette's Seeds of Hope, which uses the proceeds from the sales of the sunflowers to help other cancer patients and their families. The money goes to individual families, hospitals, research and patient advocacy.
"The cost of cancer treatment … the cost of drugs, the travel, the clinical trials, the grueling testing … it's a whole gamut of heartache that goes along with the diagnosis," Jennifer told The Christian Post. "It was her idea to take the beauty of the sunflowers and give donations to other families, to research, to whatever we felt there was a cause for." more >>
Jessa Duggar Seewald shared scripture about God's grace and forgiveness via Instagram on Sunday just days after her brother, Josh, publicly confessed to adultery.
The pregnant reality TV star hasn't directly spoken out about the infidelity scandal surrounding Josh and his wife, Anna, although she alluded to the importance of confessing one's sins in order to be granted forgiveness from God. Duggar shared 1 John 1:5-9: The First Epistle General of John KJV with her 1 million Instagram followers on Sunday, and the post garnered over 40,000 likes.
" This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all," the passage begins before ending with " If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." more >>
There have been a number of suicides reported in the past few days linked to the massive leak of emails and personal details on adultery website Ashley Madison, including the death of San Antonio Police Captain Michael Gorhum.
MailOnline reported that Gorhum, who served 25 years with the San Antonio Police Department, took his own life after his official email address was linked to an account on the website.
Police in Toronto, Canada, have also said that they are investigating information on two individuals that might have taken their lives as a result of the leak. more >>
"Thor 3: Ragnarok" is set to air two years from now, but there are already rumors spreading about how a Lady Thor will inherit Thor's hammer after he dies fighting villains.
There are reports saying Thor will die in his battle with Ragnarok, Loki, or Thanos. Lady Sif or Jane Foster will then inherit the Mjolnir and become Lady Thor, according to The Bitbag.
The God of Thunder, played by Chris Hemsworth, might have a clash with Thor's clone Ragnarok. The events that happened in "Captain America: Civil War" may also be the prelude to Thor 3, as Ragnarok's actions have affected the direction of the war. In the end, Hercules will defeat Ragnarok, but the latter will continue to fight Thor after a Hank Pym Skrull imposter reactivates him, the report details. more >>
Cheating website Ashley Madison is now facing a $578 million class-action lawsuit over a hacking incident that exposed the personal data of 39 million subscribers.
Canadian law firms Charney Lawyers and Sutts, Strosberg, LLP on Thursday slapped Ashley Madison with a $578 million lawsuit on behalf of the website's Canadian users whose personal information was exposed in the recent hack. Avid Life Media and Avid Dating Life, which manage the company, have been named in the lawsuit, according to Time.