Evelyn Lozada is crediting Christian life coach Tony Gaskins for helping her overcome an abusive relationship, public divorce and public scrutiny.
Lozada, 38, broke things off with ex-NFL player Chad Johnson, 36, one month after they married in July 2012. The professional athlete physically assaulted Lozada after an argument ensued about his infidelities. Last Christmas Lozada announced her engagement to Carl Crawford, the 32-year-old Los Angeles Dodger, one month after revealing that they were expecting a child and now she is revealing how she healed from her emotional turmoil.
"Most of you know my previous story and the turmoil that hit my life a couple of years ago. With the help of God, my life coach @tonygaskins and much needed prayer things turned around," Lozada wrote on Instagram while captioning a Gaskins quote. "I don't post his quotes for 'show,' I post them because this man is my REAL Life Coach. We have serious sessions and I thank you and your wife for being a beacon of hope and light that helped me to turn things around." more >>
Justin Bieber is officially 20 years old and closing out his teenage years not with Selena Gomez, but instead with his father, little brother and sister.
Bieber's father, Jeremy Bieber, took to Twitter to let the world know that he and his children Jaxon Bieber, 4, and Jazmyn Bieber, 5, were in Atlanta where Justin has been recording music.
"Atl. @JaxonBieber @JazmynBieber @justinbieber…," Jeremy tweeted on the eve of his eldest son's birthday. more >>
Charlotte Church thinks she has Miley Cyrus figured out. Church, the 28-year-old singer, believes that 21-year-old fellow singer Cyrus' controversial behavior that includes wearing vulgar outfits and smoking marijuana publicly are a part of a phase.
"It's so obvious this young lady has a skewed perspective because of what she's been through. All she knows is to sell and be sold," Charlotte told Stylist magazine. "This sounds patronizing but in a couple of years she'll change her tune. I went through a similar-ish thing; not to the depths she is taking it to. But it's exhibitionism. As a teenager, you're really egocentric. Why would you give a (expletive) about the rest of society?"
Cyrus has come under scrutiny for her lewd performances, but has insisted that there are double standards with men and woman and does her best to push the envelope for that reason. She previously spoke about being a feminist. more >>
The singer of a heavy metal Christian band has admitted that he is guilty of hiring a hitman to kill his wife in San Diego, Calif. this week.
Tim Lambesis, the former lead singer for "As I Lay Dying," pleaded guilty to one count of solicitation of murder and admitted that he had hired an individual to kill his estranged wife Meggan Lambesis.
According to emails sent in August 2012, disclosed during the trial, Lambesis revealed to his wife that he no longer believed in God and that he had been cheating on her. Megan filed for divorce in Sept. 2011. more >>
Pop singer Katy Perry has been accused by some in the Muslim community that her latest video, "Dark Horse," is blasphemous due to its representation of a pendant with the words "Allah" written in Arabic.
The music video, released on Feb. 20, shows Perry dressed as an Egyptian princess, choosing from a series of suitors who present her with gifts such as jewelry and fine foods. The first of these suitors is a young man wearing a gold cape and various jewels, who presents the pop singer with a large diamond. At the 1:15 mark in the video, the camera shows the man wearing a necklace with a pendant that reads "Allah" in the Arabic language. Once Perry receives the diamond, she shows her displeasure with the gift by turning the suitor into dust using lightning, and with him goes the religious-themed necklace.
Some in the Muslim community who have viewed the music video argue that the dissolving of the "Allah" pendant necklace is blasphemous. Shazad Iqbal, a Muslim man from Bradford, England, started an online petition urging YouTube to remove Perry's new video. The "Dark Horse" video has attracted over 30 million views on YouTube since it was uploaded on Feb. 20, and Iqbal's online petition has received over 40,000 signatures. more >>
Abigail, Nathan and Peta sing 'Holy Spirit' by Jesus Culture in the video shown below. They love to sing this song in their church and enjoy it even more when singing it up to the LORD!
BLESS someone's day by sharing this video with them. A song that is guaranteed to put a smile on someone's face.more >>