Christian actress Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband, FOX News correspondent Adam Housley, are expressing their gratitude after being blessed with the delivery of a healthy baby girl on Wednesday.
The Housleys named the new addition to their family Ariah Talea Housley, according to People magazine. The baby was born at 2:54 p.m. on July 1 with a weight of 10 pounds, 2 ounces and 20.5 inches.
The parents of 2 ½ year old son, Aden John Tanner Housley, spoke to People about how blessed they felt to welcome their second healthy child into the word. more >>
A military father was out on deployment and decided to send his little girl a present back home. When she received it she was jumping with joy. But she knew that the teddy bear couldn't replace her daddy.
That's when something incredible happens! It's hard to imagine how it feels when someone you love is away on a deployment. Only people that have been through it can really explain what it feels like. In this video, a loving father sends his baby girl a teddy bear that speaks a message. It says "I love you baby girl" and she falls in love with it instantly. The talking bear was her best friend.
But, as time went on, she missed her real dad. When you hear this hero family's story you're going to need tissues! This is a heartwarming ad really touches your heart. more >>
A retired professional wrestler who named himself after the famous evangelist Rev. Billy Graham is lobbying for a new job with the largest pro-wrestling organization in the United States.
"Superstar" Billy Graham, a former world champion and periodic critic of the current pro-wrestling industry, has posted on social media about his efforts to get a position with World Wrestling Entertainment.
In a Facebook post from Tuesday, Graham specifically expressed interest in working at the NXT, WWE's Florida-based developmental program. more >>
After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last Friday that same-sex couples have the constitutional right to get married, Chief Justice John Roberts and many others have argued that the reasoning used by the court to justify the right to same-sex marriage gives "no reason" why plural unions should be banned.
Although the ideas of people legally marrying more than one partner and married couples adding other love interests to their state-recognized marriages might seem far-fetched, Roberts' gay marriage dissent makes the case that the majority's opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, all but sets a precedent that could lead the nation down the slippery slope to the legalization of polygamy, also known as polyamory.
"Although the majority randomly inserts the adjective 'two' in various places, it offers no reason at all why the two-person element of the core definition of marriage may be preserved while the man-woman element may not," Roberts wrote. "Indeed, from the standpoint of history and tradition,a leap from opposite-sex marriage to same-sex marriage is much greater than one from a two-person union to plural unions, which have deep roots in some cultures around the world. If the majority is willing to take the big leap, it is hard to see how it can say no to the shorter one." more >>
It is easy for us to point out those living in an area with without proper education. People tend to jump out and blame the parents. But can we really blame parents if they are working 60 hours a week and making minimum wage? This teacher took notice and decided to do something incredible.
The reality is more of a vicious cycle, and too many kids are born into it without any means of escape. Although many kids live in a populated city, a large percentage of them live in poverty. It can be very difficult for kids to grow up like this and stay motivated at the same time. A teacher who suffered a terrible tragedy decided it was time to make a change. He developed a very creative way to help these kids.
Check out this inspiring video below: more >>
Christian basketball star Jeremy Lin of the LA Lakers answered questions about his plans for marriage during a worship service at a Hong Kong university on Sunday where he spoke about the challenges he faced throughout his past basketball season to a student audience of over 1,400 people.
As part of his Asia tour, Lin, 26, spoke at The Chinese University of Hong Kong where he opened up about how his Christian faith helped him through what he described as "possibly the toughest year of my life."
The Taiwanese-American's fans were also allowed to participate in the discussion by asking questions, which one young woman used as an opportunity to inquire about Lin's expectations for marriage and when his nuptials might take place. more >>