Reporter : Desiree M. Mondesir
  • Sister Act II inspiration Iris Stevenson

    'Sister Act 2' Inspiration, Gospel Music Legend Iris Stevenson Gets Yanked from Her Teaching Post

    Almost 16 years ago, a 12-year-old girl worked her way backstage at the annual Church of God in Christ (COGIC) AIM hosted at the L.A. Convention Center inching closer and closer to the choir stand where a seat was waiting for her, her sister, and her cousin, in the Soprano section. And just as she was about to enter the stand, a large, lovely woman appeared and the girl looked up, said hello, and introduced herself.
  • Kenny Thompson

    Texas 'Angel' Man Pays Off 60+ Kids' Delinquent School Lunch Accounts

    'Angel' Kenny Thompson just made the day of over 60 children at Valley Oaks Elementary School. Thompson, who has spent 10 years tutoring and mentoring the school children recently heard a news story the week before about several Utah students whose lunches were taken and thrown away because their accounts were delinquent. That did it for him.
  • Feed My Starving Children

    Minnesota School Children Accused of ‘Unconstitutional’ Behavior

    "Unconstitutional." That's the word the American Humanist Association's Appignani Humanist Legal Center used to describe what a band of Minnesota school children are doing. The "unconstitutional" act these children are allegedly committing is going on field trips to a local church to help prepare food for the less fortunate.
  • Eliud Wabukala

    African Traditionalists Tussle with Western Anglicans Over Anti-Gay Laws

    A growing acceptance of homosexuality may be sweeping the Occidental world, but not so on the continent of Africa. The Anglican or Church of England's denominational reach to the wealthy, yet troubled continent embraces homosexuality to the extent of ordaining homosexual ministers, yet African traditionalists oppose this move.
  • Duck Dynasty

    'Duck Dynasty' Launches New Curriculum 'Faith Commanders'

    Korie Robertson, wife of Duck Dynasty CEO, Willie Robertson, and her mother, Chrys Howard, have just created a five-week curriculum entitled Faith Commander: Living Five Values from the Parables of Jesus. All ages will be able to enjoy the experience provided by the curriculum.
  • V Rose

    V. Rose Finds Beyoncé’s Immodesty at Grammys Heartbreaking

    "It just breaks my heart," V. Rose told David Daniels of Wade-O Radio in response to Beyoncé's beyond seductive "Drunk in Love" at the Grammys this year. "You're leading [children] in such a horrible direction." Including Bey's own adorable toddler daughter, Blue Ivy.
  • Lesbian Testimony

    Former Lesbian Jackie Hill Confronts Macklemore’s 'Same Love' Grammys Message

    "Someone's lying," Jackie told Wade-O Radio. Jackie is a former "stud," a woman that assumes the male appearance and role in a lesbian relationship. She tells us about her own experiences. "As a girl, I was never really called pretty, affirmed or was the focus attention of males. When I started to dress that way and get all this crazy attention from these girls, it became deeper than lust. It was an addiction to people boosting my self-esteem."
  • Disney Same-Sex Parents

    Disney Channel Debuts First Same-Sex Couple on Kid’s Show Ever

    "Taylor has two moms!" Those words were recently emitted one of of the Disney Channel's original shows, Good Luck Charlie, Sunday night to be exact. The same night 33 hetero- and homosexual couples were married in a live ceremony conducted by alleged lesbian, Queen Latifah, at the Grammys, to the tune of Macklemore's "Same Love."
  • Cross

    Indiana Demon-Possessed Boy Walks Backward Up Wall & Ceiling

    In Gary, Indiana, a little boy walked backward up a wall and ceiling in the presence of his mother, grandmother, a nurse, and CPS worker. "There's no way he could've done that," said the nurse to the Indianapolis Star. The actions are attributed to a demon possession due to a spirit that had been inhabiting the home of 32-year-old Latoya Ammons.
  • Katy Perry Grammy Awards 2014 Performance Pictures

    Katy Perry's Grammys 'Satanic' Performance Proves they’ve Reached a Dark, New Low

    In a stage set to look much like an eery night in Salem, MA years ago, Katy Perry performed her song "Dark Horse" at the Grammys. She starts the song enclosed in a crystal ball, surrounded by darkness, and begins singing: "I knew you were/ You were gonna come to me/And here you are / But you better choose carefully / 'Cause I, I'm capable of anything / Of anything and everything..."
  • John MacArthur

    What’s So Strange about Strange Fire?

    When Pastor John MacArthur, a long-respected man of God, wrote his book, Strange Fire: The Danger of Offending the Spirit with Counterfeit Worship, and hosted the corresponding conference, the sea of of occidental Christianity turned to tumult. But why the uproar?
  • Eat Grass

    “If You Love Me, Obey My Commandments: Eat Grass”

    Many congregations start the New Year with fasting and consecration. Many adhere to the Daniel Fast eating fruits, veggies, nuts, that sort of thing. Yet never, to public knowledge, has anyone ever commanded their congregants to literally eat grass in order to "be closer to God." This is what South African Pastor, Lesego Daniel, located in Garankuw, South Africa has done.
  • Oklahoma Statue Ten Commandment

    Satan Seeking Seat in Oklahoma State Capitol

    Satan may be enthroned--literally--in the Oklahoma State Capitol if the winds don't change. A sum of almost $10,000 has been crowdfunded toward the purpose of erecting a statue of Satan as the god Baphomet to be placed near a monument of the Ten Commandments on the premises.
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