It has been a struggle for this family with infertility, and now they finally have something to celebrate. They invite friends and family over for a special announcement to reveal what gender the babies are. But everyone at the party only knows about twins … not TRIPLETS!
Many women nowadays struggle with having children. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 6.7 million women in the U.S. struggle with impaired fecundity. But these two were determined to bring life into this world and they stood confident. After hearing about the good news, they decided to invite everyone over and reveal the genders by putting balloons in boxes. Blue for a baby boy and pink for a baby girl.
The two boxes were opened and blue balloons had come out of them both. Everyone cheering and happy for them. When all of a sudden another box was brought out from the back. Triplets are coming and the last one is a baby girl! more >>
Robert Gates, president of the Boy Scouts of America, on Thursday urged members to lift the decades-old ban on openly gay adult troop leaders "sooner rather than later," during a speech at the organization's annual national meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.
"I am not asking the national board for any action to change our current policy at this meeting," said Gates. "But I must speak as plainly and bluntly to you as I spoke to preisdents when I was director of the CIA and secretary of defense. We must deal with the world as it is, not as we might wish it to be.
"The Greater New York Area Council, Denver area Council, and others are taking a stand counter to national policy," Gates added, emphasizing that the status quo in the BSA policy "cannot be sustained." more >>
Former "American Idol" contestant Colton Dixon says "A.D. The Bible Continues" is changing how Hollywood sees Christianity. The singer is expected to appear on the companion series "Beyond A.D." on Sunday as the eighth episode of the series airs on NBC.
Dixon, who rose to fame and stayed true to his Christian values on the 11th season of "American Idol," offered insight on the television industry's attitude toward faith before heaping praise on "A.D. The Bible Continues" creators Roma Downey and Mark Burnett.
I just know, [I got] even just a little taste of how Hollywood works, of what its motivation is, and I'm just so, so proud of Mark and Roma for kind of going against that," said the "Love Has Come for Me" singer. more >>
Leading evangelist Franklin Graham has spoken out against a Virginia school district that's weighing a curriculum change to its family life classes that focus on educating students on the "fluid spectrum" of sexuality, which would include teaching the concept that one's sexuality "evolves" throughout his or her lifetime.
The Fairfax County School Board will introduce on Thursday recommendations provided by its Family Life Education curriculum subcommittee suggesting that the school district teach middle and high schools students about transgenderism, gender identity and sexual identity.
Luke Bryan is an excellent entertainer, according to all of his fans who go and see him in concert. But, on this day he was outshined by an 8-year-old fan who took the mic and did his own performance. Watch how he got on stage, and performed for the huge crowd!
Not only did he sing with Luke, he was able to rap his part in "This Is How We Roll" and then traded caps with Luke, too. Riley made a giant poster and it was asking Luke if he could sing with him and it worked! Riley gets a huge roar from the crowd and Luke even gets the chills when the little man start to rap. What an awesome way to entertain those in the crowd and also make a young boy's dreams come true.
Check out Riley get on stage and perform with Luke below: (SHARE WITH ALL!) more >>
Oregon became the third state in the United States to ban gay conversion therapy, a practice that has attracted much debate. Democratic Gov. Kate Brown signed the bill into law earlier this week, though an ex-gay group has protested and called the bill "child abuse."
CNN reported on Wednesday that the bill signed by Brown, the first openly bisexual governor in the U.S., will block therapist from offering conversion or reparative therapy on individuals who are younger than 18. Laws against the practice have also been made in California, New Jersey, and Washington D.C. more >>