"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson earned her best score yet on "Dancing with the Stars" after America chose her costume and the dance style for Monday's show.
It was "America's Choice" on "DWTS" where voters on social media were able to choose the song, dance and costume for contestants this week. For their first dance of the night, Robertson and her professional dance partner Mark Ballas danced the jive to the song "1, 2, 3 Turnaround."
For the first time since the season began, Robertson donned a costume that featured thin shoulder straps, a plunging neckline and very short hemlines that revealed much of the model's legs. Despite the departure from her more modest costumes, Robertson's jive only earned the couple 33 points out of 40. more >>
"Duck Dynasty" star and minister Alan Robertson issued a warning on Monday for all Americans calling for them to repent of their sins before civilization collapses in on itself.
"Let's look at human civilization and go back at all the great cultures that rose up, like the Romans or others, and it [sin] just weighs in on itself and it destroys. It becomes such a weighted-down culture in its own seeking of personal pleasure or personal gain, and then it collapsed. It's happened every time, up to now. Do I think it will happen to America? Absolutely," Robertson told CNSNews.com.
Robertson is part of the "Duck Dynasty" clan that became famous for its family and Christian values. He has seemingly followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a minister and preaching the Word to the people. He also worked with his father to co-edit the new study Bible, The Duck Commander Faith and Family Bible. more >>
Carrie Underwood and contemporary Christian singer-songwriter Michael W. Smith joined forces on Friday for a duet of the worship song "All Is Well."
The singers teamed up on the worship song for the taping of ABC's CMA Country Christmas special on Nov. 7. With Smith on the piano before and a full orchestra, Underwood's powerful vocals whipped the audience into a frenzy. Later in the song, the singers combined their voices in perfect harmony.
Lyrics to the worship song include, "All is well all is well / Let there be peace on earth / Christ is come go and tell / That He is in the manger." more >>
Michelle Duggar, mother of new bride Jill, who is expecting her first child with husband Derick Dillard, has opened up on Monday to brag about her daughter's marriage.
"It's just so sweet to watch these guys and girls that are really in love," Michelle wrote on the family blog about Jill and Derick. "Love is in the air and it's good for all of us to be around that, even if the little siblings have to go, 'Oh no, they're kissing again, oh my!'"
Jill and Derick waited until they exchanged vows to share their first kiss and did not even hold hands until they were engaged. It was a personal choice for the couple, who firmly believed in firm abstinence from physical intimacy until they were truly committed to one another. Now they are expecting their first son together. more >>
"19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar has been at the center of rumors since last Thursday about her behavior after exchanging vows with husband Ben Seewald at their wedding and has now spoken out to refute those same rumors.
"Repay no one evil for evil, but give thought to do what is honorable in the sight of all," Duggar posted to Instagram on Saturday. "If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all. Beloved, never avenge yourselves, but leave it to the wrath of God, for it is written, 'Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.' To the contrary, 'if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink; for by so doing you will heap burning coals on his head.' Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:17-21)."
The rumors alleged that Jessa and Ben consummated their marriage while still in the church. They were reportedly busted by sister Jinger, who walked in on them in the act. However, none of the rumors have been substantiated, and now Jessa has taken to social media to seemingly respond to all of those rumors, as well as the one who started it. more >>
Nancy Stafford is possibly most recognized for her role on the hit TV series "Matlock," with Andy Griffith. However, the actress, author, and inspirational speaker has a deep faith that has carried her through some tough times.
She recently spoke with The Christian Post about her faith and the journey she took to find her way back to God after a 15-year "hiatus."
"What I've come to realize is that we are all alike. People look at someone they've seen in public and they think, 'Oh they are a little bit in the limelight or are different from me.' What I like about Moments is that it shows, 'Someone is just like me.' It's a privilege of having had a platform. I am so aware now of why God has enabled me to be an actress, especially on a show like 'Matlock.' It's because it gives me equity and a platform, and so I appreciate it and am glad for it," Stafford said. more >>