One man decided that a straw and cup from McDonald's could be used for more than just a soft drink.
Parker Kane, a native of Greeley, Colorado and self-described "Beatboxer," performs a dubstep with the use of a straw and cup from the popular fast food company.
A master of complex rhythms and beats, the young man takes his talent to the max using these unorthodox instruments. more >>
Singapore's City Harvest Church founder pastor Kong Hee and five other church leaders on trial were found guilty of having misused close to $35 million in donation funds by Judge See Kee Oon on Wednesday.
The Straits Times reported that Kong, 51; deputy senior pastor Tan Ye Peng, 42; former CHC fund manager Chew Eng Han, 55; former CHC finance managers Serina Wee, 38; Sharon Tan, 40, and former CHC finance committee member John Lam, 47, have all been found guilty of funnelling more than $35.5 million in church donations to support the popstar career of Kong' wife, Sun Ho.
"Each of them participated and functioned in their own way as crucial cogs in the machinery," said the judge. more >>
Carrie Underwood recently opened up about her goal as a parent to her son and shared how she and her husband are molding Isaiah Michael to become a "loving" Christian.
In a recent interview, the proud first-time mom said she wants her son Isaiah Michael to grow up as a Christian with a loving heart toward other people. Carrie Underwood also talked about her struggles with motherhood and how she keeps her marriage with her husband Mike Fisher alive, according to People.
The proud Christian mom, who also supports gay marriage, shared how she and her husband plan to teach Isaiah on how to deal with the LGBT community. The Fisher couple said they want their 7-month-old baby to learn how to deal with everyone with a "loving heart," regardless of who they are, the report relays. more >>
While it has been 17 years since "The Prince of Egypt" hit theaters (Wow! Wait, 17 years?!?), the soundtrack from the film continues to inspire.
Enter Peter Hollens, a talented singer who reproduced a medley of music from the animated 1998 hit movie using only his voice to create rich layers of percussion and sound.
Hollens created 141 different vocal tracks to generate the lyrics and background beats, which result in an awesome re-creation of the songs behind the Dreamworks movie. more >>
Acclaimed worship band Hillsong United says they're "honored" to be nominated for an American Music Award for the second year in a row.
The "Touch the Sky" artists, led by megachurch Pastor Joel Houston, scored an AMA nod in the "Favorite Artist – Contemporary Inspirational" category ahead of next month's awards show at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. The recognition comes five months after the release of Hillsong United's fourth studio album Empires, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Christian albums chart.
"Honored and excited to be nominated for the American Music Awards,'" the Australian band wrote via Facebook last week. more >>
Atheist professor and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins has said that Christians who do good only to avoid Hell or to receive the award of Heaven are "self-centered."
"If you're good because you want to carry favor with God, if you're good because you want to avoid going to Hell, or if you want to go to Heaven, that's a rather ignoble, self-centered reason to be good," Dawkins said during an interview with Ireland's RTÉ One on Sunday.
"I fully accept that an awful lot of good deeds are done by people who happen to be religious, but I think it's rather insulting to suggest that you need religion in order to be good." more >>