You may not be ready to meet your maker, but that does not mean you cannot follow his meal plan. Prepare to improve your health and lose weight... God's way.
With the Maker's Diet, you will dine the way Our Father intended or at the very least the way creator Jordan Rubin sees it.
There are many things in life that separate us and make us unique, however, over the years I have seen one consistent common denominator; our need to forgive. Regardless of our upbringing, our cultural similarities or differences, or any other circumstances of our lives, we have each held onto one or more hurt,... Read More
The word, Scientology means the study of truth and stems from two words: The Latin word, "scio" which means "knowing the fullest sense of the word" and the Greek word, "logos" which translates to "study of."
This relatively new religion studies the spirit (or Thetan as Scientologists call it) and its relationship with all other life forms surrounding it. The main benefit from converting to Scientology is a state of "Clear," which will lead to... Read More
It looks like Tom Cruise has been betrayed by one of his own. We always thought the Mission Impossible star was a little crazy... and obviously we aren't alone. Apparently, people in his own camp - his fellow Xenu followers - feel the same way. As one of the most recognized Scientologists ever, the actor has been a staunch supporter of the religion and a devoted follower of L. Ron Hubbard. Sadly, it appears the same can't be... Read More
Many people have been raised within certain religions or with specific values and morals before they enter the world of dating, love, sex and marriage. Compatibility is a major component in getting involved in a serious relationship, and these views play a big part in taking a relationship to the next level, whether it's moving in together, deciding to have a child or getting married. So what are two lovers supposed to do when they... Read More
Move over, Charlie Sheen. There's another disgruntled Two and a Half Men star stealing your thunder. Child star Angus T. Jones went on a public rampage against the CBS sitcom that made him a household name. In a shocking new video, the 19-year-old actor begs his fans to stop tuning in to the hit show. That's the same show that pays the teen a mind-blowing $8 million a year. Jones maintains that his on-screen alter ego... Read More