Tim Tebow says he's ready to get married and have children so that his kids can get to know his father and learn valuable life lessons from him.
"Baseball takes a lot of time and it's not like I don't have several other full-time jobs. But I'm definitely ready for a relationship and I'm looking forward to it," Tebow told People magazine on Wednesday.
"I can't wait for that, and I can't wait to have kids. I want my kids to know my dad and to learn the same lessons from him that I did," the NFL player-turned-professional baseball hopeful said, speaking about his parents, Bob and Pam Tebow. more >>
NEW YORK — On the red carpet of the premiere of "Hacksaw Ridge" at the Sheen Center on Wednesday, Academy Award-winning actor and director Mel Gibson talked about Christian World World II hero Desmond Doss, and the amazing example he set by sticking to his convictions and turning the other cheek.
"Hacksaw Ridge" is based on the extraordinary true story of Doss, played by Andrew Garfield ("The Amazing Spider Man"), who served in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle in the Pacific and miraculously saved 75 men without firing a shot.
Doss served as a Private First Class in the U.S. Army but refused to kill or carry a weapon into combat because of his personal beliefs as a Seventh-day Adventist. Consequently, he thought it was fitting to become a medic during the war. more >>
After two decades of being a country music icon, Garth Brooks won the entertainer of the year award at the 50th annual CMA Awards Wednesday night.
Pop singer Taylor Swift presented Brooks with the award after acknowledging her own journey to Nashville stardom. Before Brooks took to the stage, he gave hugs to the other nominees including, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, and Keith Urban.
"I want to thank God for this," said the singer as he clasped the translucent award shaped in the CMA insignia. more >>
Tim Tebow is helping his father reveal a recent Parkinson's diagnosis to the world, and says the disease isn't going to stop either of them from spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
On the heels of releasing his second book, Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms, Tebow says his emotions were shaken to the core after discovering that his father has Parkinson's disease. The 29-year-old NFL player-turned-professional baseball hopeful is opening up about learning that his missionary father, Bob Tebow, was diagnosed with the disorder that is known to cause excessive tremors and affect the central nervous system.
"My dad has Parkinson's disease. He was diagnosed last spring," Tim told People magazine before explaining the emotions that ran through him after finding out. "It wasn't a good night. I got really emotional." more >>
Steve Harvey is proving to be more than just an entertainer as the comedian has now evolved into a source of inspiration for pastors.
Harvey, 59, keeps the laughs coming as the host of "Family Feud," but got serious when he was asked by Pastor Cheryl Moore of Zion Temple in North Carolina what he does to "re-center himself" during difficult times in his life.
"@IAmSteveHarvey What do you do to re-center yourself whenever you are experiencing a difficult season in your life? #AskSteve," Moore asked Harvey during a Q&A session with the comedian on Twitter last week. more >>
Actor and director Mel Gibson has continued dropping hints about his planned sequel to his 2004 blockbuster "Passion of the Christ," by telling Stephen Colbert of "The Late Show" that the film will be called "Resurrection," and might feature characters visiting other realms.
"It's not just some chronological telling of just that event. That could be boring, and you think, 'Oh, we read that,'" Gibson told Colbert of what to potentially expect from the sequel. "But what are the other things around it that happened?"
Gibson, who is also promoting his newly released "Hacksaw Ridge" war epic, revealed that he is teaming up with "Braveheart" screenwriter Randall Wallace to work on "Resurrection," though he admitted that the project is still at least three year off, because "it's a big subject." more >>