Instead of listening to countless naysayers who have something to say about her upcoming pop up restaurant, Ayesha Curry is focusing on the Word of God and achieving the dream of owning a successful business.
"Blocking out the words of haters and taking in the word of the Lord. He directs my path and orders my steps," she tweeted. "Dreaming BIG."
Ayesha, who's a budding internet chef who has a cookbook and show coming up on the Food Network, is also married to Golden State Warriors star point guard Steph Curry. But she has managed to make a name for herself with multiple ventures centered around her cooking talents which led to the to join a pop up restaurant called International Smoke. more >>
Charlotte Hornets point guard Jeremy Lin was on vacation in Iceland when he was challenged to a one-one one game by a 14-year-old basketball player he met at an ice cream shop.
Being a good sport, the Christian basketball star accepted Julíus Orri Agustsson's mother's challenge to play her son on their home court, which was captured on video.
While Agustsson managed to take a 3-0 lead over Lin, the NBA player explained his missed shots by saying, "I haven't played in a little bit, so I'm a little out of shape," according to Iceland magazine. which posted the game footage on its website. more >>
Baylor University, a private Baptist institution known for both its athletic teams and research, reportedly fired its six-year President Ken Starr on Tuesday.
Citing sources close to the situation, HornsDigest.com said Starr, a Christian who is best known by many as the 1990s independent counsel who investigated Bill Clinton's sex scandal involving White House intern Monica Lewinsky, was fired over how the school handled reports of rape and assault made against five of the university's football players.
Two of them, Tevin Elliott and Sam Ukwuachu, were convicted of raping two Baylor co-eds. Elliot is currently serving a 20-year sentence for his conviction in January 2014. more >>
Heisman Trophy-winning athlete Tim Tebow has endured many professional disappointments with some NFL dreams yet to be realized, but he refuses to be defeated and is setting out to encourage others in his new book, "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms."
Set for an October release, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms, will reveal some of the disappointments that resulted from the 28-year-olds short lived NFL career.
"First, he was a beloved college football champion, media sensation, and best-selling author drafted in the first round of the 2010 draft. Then he had a miracle playoff run with the Denver Broncos before being traded to the New York Jets," a description of the book on the Penguin Random House website states. "After one season he was cut by New York, next signed by the New England Patriots, then let go after training camp. Tebow has achieved big victories and plunged the depths of failure, all while holding firm to his faith." more >>
Singer Ciara Harris is publicly thanking God for the experience of motherhood in celebration of her son's second birthday.
"It has truly been the best life experience watching you grow! I am so grateful to God for you, and I can't wait to see all the many other amazing things He has in store for you," the 30-year-old singer shared in a personal Instagram message for her son. "Mommy loves you soooo much! #HappyBirthday to my prince, Future Zahir."
Ciara shares her son with hip-hop rapper Future, whom the toddler is named after. Now that she is engaged to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, he also shared a special birthday message for the now 2-year-old Future Zahir Wilburn. more >>
The Cleveland Cavaliers play the Toronto Raptors in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Finals series, this time in Toronto's home turf, where most NBA pundits believe is the most hostile environment in all of basketball. The Raptors are in a 0-2 disadvantage and will be in serious trouble if they lose this one, too.
The fact that the Cavs are no longer just a LeBron James team is something Dwayne Casey and his boys should be afraid of. If all of their games in the postseason are any indication, Cleveland is poised stomp over Toronto and will sweep this series, too. So the question is will Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan finally find their stroke and give their team the Cavs' first defeat in the playoffs?
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