There’s a new social media platform aiming to take the Christian world by storm: FaithSocial. It’s an effort that allows Christians to “just be themselves” — a network that aspires to meet the needs of an underserved and highly-engaged community by providing sermons, Bible studies, live video and prayer, all while building a truly unique online community.
Actor Neal McDonough is catching attention for refusing to compromise his values in Hollywood. The “Flags of Our Fathers” and “Project Blue Book” star reportedly has a policy of not portraying romantic scenes — a principled stance that has reportedly led him to lose work in Tinseltown.
Much has been said about the debate over the separation of church and state, but there’s often less attention paid to the individual faiths of the men and women who are elected to Congress. A new analysis from the Pew Research Center sheds light on the religious breakdown in the House and Senate — and it’s quite fascinating!
When Lindsay and Major Colin Culkin met, fell in love and got married, the two mutually decided to pursue adoption to grow their family. The couple — who now live in Carlsbad, California, after spending two years overseas for Major Culkin’s military deployment — received paperwork for two twin girls and instantly knew that they had been called to bring the sisters into their family.