"Duck Dynasty" fans may be familiar with the Mountain Man (aka Tim Guraedy), and he has just written a new book entitled Mountain Man: Keepin' a Slow Profile. The Mountain Man took time to speak with The Christian Post about living a slow lifestyle, remaining true to one's self, and how the Robertson family has impacted him.
"I always wanted to write a book," Guraedy said. "There's been so many questions out there: do you really talk that slow? I decided to put it into a book and answer a lot of questions about my Christian faith, which I am proud of and just slowing some people down from the everyday rush. The book wasn't meant to come at people like 'You've gotta do this or else.' It was a little advice and encouragement; it worked for me and maybe it'll work for them. It kinda tells the story of my life from where I've been to where I am."
The Mountain Man is an air-conditioning repair man who received a call to work on Willie Robertson's unit. What he didn't expect was the fame that would come with appearing on the hit reality series "Duck Dynasty," which features the entire Robertson clan. People fell in love with Guraedy just as much as the Robertson family, and he became a regular on the show. more >>
Sadie Robertson released her first book Live Original this week just as the "Duck Dynasty" star admitted she prays that people find God.
Live Original: How the Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values hit bookshelves on Tuesday, Oct. 28, and shortly thereafter, Robertson shared her hopes for the book.
"Today is the day," the 17-year-old wrote on Twitter. "My book Live Original is out. I am thankful to God for blessing me with the opportunity to write this book. I pray that many lives are touched through this book." more >>
Tyler Perry set out to make a character that was a controversial Christian in his hit OWN Network show, "The Haves and the Have Nots."
Perry,45, created the character Hanna Young as a Christian woman with a past full of promiscuity and a lot of unforgiveness and issues that result because of it. However, he recently spoke with the cast of his show and had a conversation with actress Crystal Fox about playing one of the most controversial characters he has ever created.
"You are one of the most controversial characters I have ever written because she's Christian," Perry told Fox, according to Eurweb.com reports. "And lots of people, man. They are giving you, 'What kind of Christian does not talk to their daughter? What kind of Christian does not tell her daughter where her son is?'" more >>
Meagan Good spoke up for the "No More" anti-domestic violence campaign recently and made sure to educate a fan who seemed to place blame on some women who endure this type of assault.
Good, the 33-year-old Christian, let it be known that it was not important to blame victims of domestic violence, while promoting the campaign on her Instagram page.
"#NOMORE victim blaming... There's no excuse for domestic violence and sexual assault…," Good wrote on Instagram. "What do you say #NOMORE to? www.nomore.org." more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star Jep Robertson has spoken out about the seizure that landed him in the hospital and on life support for four days.
On Oct. 19, Robertson was on a deer hunting trip when he began to seize and fell to the ground.
"I reached to get my bow and that's kind of the last I remember. I crumbled to the ground and they said that I had a seizure for five minutes," he told "Good Morning America." "I thought I was a goner. Waking up Thursday, I was looking around and asked [my wife] Jess, 'What are we doing in the hospital?' I had no idea what had happened four days before." more >>
Phaedra Parks has revealed her prayer to over 680,000 followers on Twitter after celebrating her recent birthday on Oct 25.
Parks, the 42-year-old Atlanta attorney and cast member of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," took to Twitter to explain why she was thankful to God.
"Thank you for the birthday wishes," Parks began her tweet. "I thank God for your love & kindness." more >>