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Charles Jenkins, Chicago megachurch pastor and recording artist, tells the enemy off in a new Gospel track titled "War" released online Monday. Jenkins declares that the enemy cannot have his family or his increase in the aggressive worship song, released just months after an embarrassing nude photo emerged that was allegedly tied to an extortion plot.
The drama continues to unfold on "The Bold and the Beautiful," and here are a few things that fans of the show can expect to see this week.
She is speechless and filled with joy after this heartfelt act of kindness!
While planning his next move after being banned from the NFL, former Ravens running back Ray Rice visited his old stomping grounds with his wife Janay and their daughter Saturday.
Tim Tebow officially reported for duty for his first day as "Good Morning America" anchor in the segment "Motivate Me Monday."
A report by the Mirror.co.uk pointed out an "astonishing claim" of an Indonesian police official saying that he knows what happened to the missing Malaysian Airlines Jet MH370 during a meeting with airline officials.
Kim Kardashian revealed that she and Kanye West are trying for baby number two, more than a year after the birth of their first child.
Last week, a friend asked me what general advice I would give to young church leaders. I'm sure this list is not complete, but here's a start.
Frank Van Den Bleeken, a Belgian man serving a life sentence for rape and murder, has won the "right to die" in a landmark ruling after arguing he cannot control his violent sexual urges.
It's good to see President Obama move beyond the "we don't have a strategy yet" phase in the fight against the Islamic State.
Devastating dysfunction exists in Ray and Janay's Rice's relationship – and now the whole world knows it.
Twenty-six foreign ministers pledged that their countries will do everything necessary to stop terror group ISIS during a major summit in Paris on Monday. The meeting came as the U.S. launched its first airstrikes in Iraq since President Barack Obama's announcement last week the expansion of operations.
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" reality TV personality Kendall Jenner said that she didn't want her sister, Kim Kardashian, to attend the fashion shows she'll be in, according to reports.
Khloe Kardashian and her beau, rapper French Montana, are calling it quits, according to reports. Some speculated that Khloe wasn't over her estranged husband, while others claim that the rapper's estranged wife, Deen Kharbouch, was the cause of the split.
Popular recording artist Carman Licciardello recently spoke out in defense of Joel Osteen, whom he called "a God ordained bridge between the mainstream world and the church," and called for Christian critics to stop "terrorizing" the successful megachurch pastor.
I don't know what's worse, Ravens football player Ray Rice knocking his then fiancée, now wife, unconscious in an elevator, the NFL protecting him, or women defending Rice for punching "an unarmed woman." All of the above are equally repugnant. But a woman, saying Rice's wife Janay Palmer deserved it, is disturbing.
The strategists who base their political advice on public opinion polls have just had a surprise. A new poll reports that the American people are now more likely to trust Republicans to handle immigration and less likely to trust Democratic plans to offer illegals a path to citizenship (aka amnesty).
It's a disturbing trend taking place on university campuses around the nation. Thanks to a 2010 Supreme Court decision, state universities are now allowed to restrict "belief organizations from requiring belief."
Despite all their skills, blinding speed and apparent competency, all caregivers suffer from the same challenge: What they do is unsustainable. It's simply a matter of time before a caregiver's body, emotions and/or their wallet will break down.
So, now, here we are again aiding rebel groups like the "Army of the Mujahideen" in a fight against other mujahideen while the Islamic State gathers its strength and mocks us with beheading after beheading.