Meagan Good wants people to focus on more than just the possibility of being famous and remember that they have a divine destiny to follow.
As an upcoming special guest on the Fearless Discussions talk show, the 34-year-old actress will be joining host Arian Simone to discuss fame for a special program event called "Is It All for the Fame?"
In an Instagram post about the event, Good describes it as a "fearless discussion on the extremes that people will go through to see their name in lights. We have to get to a place in today's fame seeking society where we are pursuing purpose over popularity!" more >>
When budding chef Ayesha Curry hears naysayers speak negatively about her or the family that she shares with husband and Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry, it's hard for her to keep quiet.
In a new ESPNW report, she is revealing why.
"It's weird because I feel like I'm still spending time fighting off the naysayers who think I only have these opportunities because of Stephen," Ayesha said. "While I'm clearly aware that he has helped me get through the door, I have to walk through that door and I feel like I have the talent to be here. So it has been fun to prove people wrong." more >>
A large majority of Americans consider birth control and divorce "morally acceptable," according to the findings of a Gallup poll released this week.
Gallup noted Wednesday that nearly nine in 10 Americans consider birth control usage to be morally acceptable and about seven in 10 found divorce to be morally acceptable.
The two items were the top rated issues in a list of 19 different subjects that included gambling, the death penalty, pornography, polygamy, gay or lesbian relations, and abortion. more >>
A number of conservative voices have been urging Christian rock singer Trey Pearson to deny himself as part of his Christian faith after he announced that he is gay and will be leaving his wife and children.
"Our hearts break for him and his family. We pray he remembers Christ's words: 'Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me,'" the Family Research Council said in a Facebook message on Wednesday.
"Denial of self is central to the Christian faith. It's a rejection of our stubborn sinful nature that seeks dominion in our lives. Yet through Christ, we have the victory — but we must deny self," the message added. more >>
Women who were virgins before they got married are the least likely to divorce after five years, but these brides are scarce, according to the results of a new study released Monday by the Institute for Family Studies.
The study also found that women married since the year 2000 who had just two sexual partners prior to marriage are surprisingly just as likely to end up divorced at the same rate after five years as a growing cohort of women who had 10 or more sexual partners before marriage.
And societal changes in attitudes toward premarital sex are partly to blame. Most Americans today, according to the latest studies, believe premarital sex is acceptable and are likely to have three or more sexual partners before marriage. more >>
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.