New York Fashion Week is a biannual series held in February and September of each year. The elaborate experience often features celebrity appearances both in attendance and on the runway. This year two popular entertainers in the Christian community joined the mix, Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson and Natasha Bure, daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, who were both celebrated as they walked in the Sherri Hill Spring 2017 show.
Fashion week is an international phenomenon where fashion collections are shown to buyers, the press, and the general public for the first time. The collections are usually exhibited in open space galleries, lofts, tents at Bryant Park and extravagant open rooms when held in New York City. American fashion designer and businesswoman Sherri Hill is now catching the eye of the Christian community after featuring the daughter of "Fuller House" star Natasha as well as Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson in her latest show held at the Gotham Hall on Monday night.
Bure took to social media to share her excitement for both Natasha and Robertson. more >>
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin is countering critics, claiming that he was misquoted in a speech he gave at the Values Voters Summit on Saturday.
Before an audience gathered at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., Governor Bevin spoke about the need for sacrifice to protect and preserve the United States of America.
Critics claimed that the speech encouraged violence in the event of a Hillary Clinton presidency. Bevin posted a comment on his official Facebook page saying that his remarks were taken out of context. more >>
Renita Smith, a school bus driver with the Prince George's County Public Schools in Maryland, is now being hailed a hero across the country after she single-handedly saved the lives of 20 elementary school children when the bus she was driving suddenly erupted in a blaze on Monday.
"I opened my door, took off my seat belt, and I got my babies off that bus," Smith told NBC Los Angeles.
According to WTVR, the fire which is still under investigation, was reported at about 4:45 p.m. Monday along the 9600 block of 51st Avenue in College Park. The children, all students at Glenarden Woods Elementary School in Prince George's County, all escaped the fire without injury. more >>
Over the past few days, there has been a growing controversy over the health and well-being of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Following the news that Clinton has pneumonia, there has been a renewed concern about how healthy the 68-year-old presidential hopeful is and if a lack of good health should bar her from the Oval Office. more >>
Trey Pearson, the lead singer of alternative rock band Everyday Sunday and a formerly married father who came out to the world as gay in May, was axed from the lineup of a major Christian festival after several members of the event's production crew threatened a walk out if he was included.
The festival, called Joshua Fest, is an annual three-day event in Northern California described as a nonprofit "family friendly Christian music festival" that ministers to "young families and teens."
"We have something for everyone. From music that ranges from worship to hard core, to heartfelt workshops and open forum discussions about faith, pain, and hope. To workshops designed to strengthen your marriage," it explains. more >>
Virginia's highest court has agreed to take up a lawsuit against a school board over its decision to add sexual orientation and gender identity to its antidiscrimination policy.
The Virginia Supreme Court agreed Monday to take a lawsuit against Fairfax County Public Schools by the conservative legal group the Liberty Counsel, which argues that the school board overstepped its authority by adding "sexual orientation," "gender identity," and "gender expression" to their antidiscrimination policy.
In a statement released Monday, Liberty Counsel Founder and Chairman Mat Staver described the state supreme court's decision to take up the case as "very good news." more >>