There is a new addition to the Duggar family household as Jessa's fiancé Ben Seewald has moved into the guesthouse on the Duggar's property.
"He moved up here a few weeks ago," Jim Bob Duggar told People. "It has been really good. He has been able to spend a lot more time with Jessa and our family. We have a guesthouse in front of our house, with a shower and everything, separate from the main house."
Jessa and Ben got engaged earlier this month after courting for almost one year. The entire Duggar family participates in the practice of courting rather than dating. They relied on God and wisdom from their parents to continue their relationship, all the while abstaining from physical contact. It is part of courtship for the Duggar family and a practice that has led to two successful marriages. Ben's move was actually Jim Bob's idea. more >>
Bishop Noel Jones, the senior pastor of the City of Refuge Church in Gardena, Calif., was forced to address a shocking truth revealed to him by his longtime female friend Loretta Jones on the Oxygen docu-series "Preachers of L.A." aftershow.
"Because men and women have a relationship for years, that doesn't mean that there's sex. That just means that there's some compatibility," Bishop Jones stated on the aftershow after being questioned by Bishop Ron Gibson and his wife Lavette. "Nobody asks if she would want to live with me in a marital environment."
When the question was asked of Loretta on the show, all parties involved seemed shocked by her response. more >>
Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" is joining the newest season of "Dancing with the Stars" this year, according to a report on Wednesday.
The 17-year-old model is the daughter of Willie and Korie Robertson. The A&E star is rumored to be joining the 19th season of "DWTS," according to Us Magazine. However, neither Robertson nor members of her famous family have confirmed the report. Despite the uncertainty, "DWTS" competitor Candace Cameron Bure tweeted her excitement over Robertson's possible dancing debut.
A large Catholic pro-life organization is demanding that the PBS cancel its airing of the controversial pro-abortion documentary "After Tiller."
The American Life League released a statement Wednesday calling upon the taxpayer funded PBS to cancel the "After Tiller" showing, scheduled for Labor Day.
Judie Brown, president of American Life League, said in a statement that the documentary "has no business airing on a publicly funded network." more >>
Fox's forensic TV show series "Bones" will be back for its 10th season with interesting plot twists and a new FBI character, according to reports.
In a "spoiler chat session" with the website's executive editor Adam Bryant, it was revealed that "24" actor John Boyd will join the cast of "Bones" in its upcoming installment to challenge FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, played by David Boreanaz, every chance he gets.
"He will alter how Booth does his job, and Booth and Sweets will confront him," showrunner Stephen Nathan revealed. more >>
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who presented the TV series "Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey" earlier this year, claimed in an interview last week that Creation Museum CEO and President Ken Ham's beliefs are "even crazy to many Christians."
Tyson, who is the Frederick P. Rose director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space in New York City, spoke with AlterNet about the success of the 13-part "Cosmos" TV series, which won four Emmy Awards but was criticized by creationist groups like Ham's Answers in Genesis.
"You have to ask yourself, what are the numbers behind the people making these claims?" Tyson said about the backlash. "Someone like Ken Ham has beliefs that are even crazy to many Christians." more >>