Tim Tebow would be a welcome addition to the Duggar family, if you ask Ben Seewald.
Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, was linked to popular Christian reality television stars the Duggar family last year, after reports surfaced that Jim Bob Duggar would like the athlete to date his daughter Jana. Although the pair have never met, 19-year-old Seewald wouldn't mind seeing the fictional reports become factual.
Seewald is married to the third daughter in the Duggar family, 22-year-old Jessa, who appears with the rest of her siblings and parents in the TLC hit reality television show "19 Kids & Counting." more >>
Tim Tebow has been asked to host a "Night of Inspiration" to benefit autistic children in Louisiana and their families later this spring.
The Night of Inspiration will take place in April at the Lake Charles Civic Center in Louisiana and will raise funds to benefit autism organizations in southwest Louisiana and McNeese athletics. Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star-turned-SEC college football analyst, will participate in a question-and-answer session and speak about his football career, childhood and Christian faith, according to The Orange Leader.
The publication also revealed that Tebow will host a youth football clinic on the day before the Night of Inspiration event, with players from the McNeese Cowboys football team. The event is sponsored by The Investor's Group of Louisiana and MaciFest, which is named after 11-year old Maci Fontenot. more >>
Kirstie Alley revealed that her children have joined the Church of Scientology, following in the actress' footsteps after a recent tragedy.
The "Fat Actress" star shares two children – Lillie, 20, and William, 22, with ex-husband Parker Stevenson. During a Sirius XM interview with Howard Stern on Monday, Alley said her children decided to become Scientologists- something that has helped the family cope with the death of Lillie's fiancé, Nick Trela, who was killed in a motorcycle accident last November.
"It was their choice," the actress said of her children joining the Church of Scientology. "It really helped them a lot so that's good." more >>
Former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow has announced the opening of the Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City, Philippines, which will serve the critical orthopedic needs of children who are not fortunate enough to afford treatments and simple procedures.
The Tim Tebow Foundation announced in a press release that the hospital, which has been in the works since 2011, officially received its operating license from the health department last week and is already caring for impoverished children. However, the hospital's grand opening will not happen until spring 2015.
The hospital was built in partnership with the Christian organization CURE International, which is a non-profit devoted to the medical care of suffering children. The five-story facility will consist of 30 beds, three operating rooms specializing in pediatric orthopedic surgeries and a 54-member staff that is "ready to provide care to the underserved children of the Philippines." more >>
Amy Duggar, the cousin of the reality television siblings featured on "19 Kids and Counting" is clearing up rumors of a feud between her and her cousin Jana over football star Tim Tebow.
Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star-turned SEC college football analyst, was linked to popular Christian reality television stars in the Duggar family, after reports surfaced that Jim Bob Duggar would like the athlete to date his daughter Jana. While Tebow's representatives denied the claims, Amy decided to take to her own Instagram to clear things up after some news outlets speculated that she and cousin Jana were on bad terms because of the Christian athlete.
Amy posted an image of a tabloid article that read, "Exclusive Duggar Drama! Cousin Amy Trying to Steal Tim Tebow From Jana." more >>
What is better than receive a gift from Santa? Actually becoming Santa for people! In this video, Tim Tebow becomes the Christmas elf teaming up with "Good Morning America." Together they give to those in need.
The group focuses on people who struggle to pay their layaway. This time they are paying for all their Christmas presents! Almost too good to be true, but it works out perfectly for them. During this time of the year, it gets really hard to afford presents for your children and family. So, help like this from Tim Tebow and GMA works out perfectly for them. God Bless all those involved in making this possible and remember that it is better to give then it is to receive.
Watch Tim Tebow give to others in need below: more >>