Controversial televangelist Benny Hinn has claimed in a message that the "greatest wealth transfer in human history" is approaching, which he says is backed by both financial headlines and Bible passages. Hinn asked people to sow money into his ministry as he prepares for a new world tour.
"It is estimated by many leading financial analysts that during the next three decades more than $16 trillion will transfer from one generation to the next," Hinn said on his website.
"As I've been sharing with you in recent months, the Word of God clearly tells us that we are coming into a time when we will see a glorious transfer of wealth for the preaching of the Gospel and for the financing of the end-time harvest," he continued. more >>
"19 Kids and Counting," the family-oriented reality TV series on TLC, is suffering from a major public backlash over recent news that one of the members of the Duggar family admitted that he has molested underage girls when he was a teenager. Fans of the show are probably more worried about its future on the TLC network, as three major advertisers have pulled out from the show.
The network was previously looking at the possibility of continuing the show without Josh Duggar, as "19 Kids and Counting" is one of the network's biggest earners. Then, only one advertiser, General Mills, had withdrawn future ad placements from the show.
This number has grown to four, however. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a hotel chain, a shoestore chain and a pharmacy chain have pulled out future advertising placements from the show because of the public backlash. more >>
It's kind of hard to believe that the first season of The CW's fan-favorite zombie show "iZombie" is already heading down towards its culmination. According to spoiler reports, the finale episode will put Liv (Rose McIver) in a difficult situation.
A report from the International Business Times said that Lowell's (Bradley James) murderer, Blaine (David Anders) will approach Liv to give her "an offer she can't refuse." Ravi (Rahul Kohli) on his part, will continue his search for a cure. Meanwhile, Major (Robert Buckley) will also find himself in "an unbelievable situation."
Fans were quick to speculate about what this "unbelievable situation" that Major will get into. Perhaps it is all about finally getting wind with the truth. more >>
The returning cast for the upcoming season of CBS' hugely-popular reality TV completion show "Survivor: Cambodia – Second Chance" is reported to had already flown to Koh Rong, Cambodia and are currently doing the usual pre-show press conferences and interviews.
A report from Enstars said that based on the unofficial calendars, Day 1 of the competition, which will be Friday, local time, will greet the 20 castaways with a heavy rainy day.
According to the local weather projections, the entire first week in Cambodia will be a rainy one with the chance of heavy downpour predicted to be 100 percent. The following days are also expected to be rainy as well. more >>
While the upcoming chapter of FX's hit horror anthology TV drama series "American Horror Story: Hotel" is still getting prepped, an executive producer of the show shared yet another casting update.
Ryan Murphy said that actor Max Greenfield is now tied in to appear in the forthcoming horror TV show installment.
Going over to his social media, the show runner teased that the "New Girl" star's appearance would be "like you've never seen him." The Hollywood Reporter was quick to analyse Murphy's Twitter post saying that Greenfield's character could be involved in a fatal storyline when the executive producer said that the actor will be "checking in to the hotel … but not checking out." more >>
"19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar has come forward to admit that he "acted inexcusably" when a teenager, allegedly molesting five girls, possibly including his sisters. Now, several people including former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, have come forward to defend Josh amid the growing controversy, as TLC has pulled the popular reality series from its lineup in the wake of Josh's admission.
One of the first public figures to come forward and offer support and a defense of Josh was Huckabee, a presidential candidate for 2016, who said that he and his wife, Janet, "want to affirm our support for the Duggar family."
"Josh's actions when he was an underage teen are as he described them himself, 'inexcusable,' but that doesn't mean 'unforgivable.' He and his family dealt with it and were honest and open about it with the victims and the authorities. more >>