A Muslim man in Pakistan was arrested after he shot and killed his 18-year-old sister because he felt that she had disgraced the family by marrying a Christian man.
Mubeen Rajhu, a 24-year-old who hails from Lahore, killed his 18-year-old sister, Tasleem, by shooting her in the head in August because she disobeyed the family's wishes when she got married to a Christian man.
Pastor Mark Driscoll of Trinity Church in Scottsdale, Arizona, said that after receiving a "flood" of questions on the topic of Christian dating, intimacy and living together, he wanted to address the top three inquires in his weekly video response.
Driscoll said that in all cases, including the three questions he addressed, Christians need to seek God's will first above all other things.
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Eighty-seven year-old Edie Windsor, one of the leading LGBT activists who pushed for the legalization of same-sex marriage in the United States, has reportedly said she's contemplating a move to Barcelona with her new 51-year-old wife if Donald Trump is elected to be the next president.
The New York Times reported that the marriage ceremony between Windsor and Judith Kasen, a vice president at Wells Fargo Advisors, took place this past week at New York's City Hall.
Windsor's previous marriage in 2007 to Thea Spyer, who died two years later, became the basis of a major lawsuit that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and paved the way for the legalization of gay marriage. more >>
There's a "global war" against marriage, "the most beautiful thing that God has created," in the form of gender theory and divorce, Pope Francis warned Saturday, speaking to a Catholic community in the former Soviet nation of Georgia.
"Today, there is a global war to destroy marriage," the pope told priests, members and seminarians at the Church of the Assumption in the Georgian capital Tbilisi, according to National Catholic Register.
The pontiff said this after a mother who testified at the meeting asked if schools should address the issue of gender. "You mentioned a great enemy of marriage: gender theory," he said, according to Reuters. more >>
Death, addiction and disease plagued The Isaacs during the creation of their latest album Nature's Symphony in 432: A Journey From Pain to Praise, but the Grammy-nominated acoustic band was on a mission to complete the project to showcase the supernatural healing power of God.
The full title of the album, Nature's Symphony in 432: A Journey From Pain to Praise is a literal testimony for the multi-genre band consisting of mother Lily Isaacs and her children, Ben Isaacs, Sonya Isaacs Yeary and Rebecca Isaacs Bowman as vocalists. Each of the four singers were hit hard with spiritual attacks between the writing and recording of the record that debuted last month.
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A-list actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks made a couple's wedding day very special last week when he took a detour from his jog through Central Park to congratulate the bride and groom while they posed for their wedding photos.
The "Sully" actor crept up behind the love birds and surprised them as they posed for a photo. Hanks shook their hands, kissed the bride, asked them for their names and then posed for a few pictures with them.
"Ryan, you're a lucky man," Hanks told the Groom. "Elizabeth, you're a lucky woman." more >>