Supreme Court Allows Same-Sex Marriages in South Carolina

WASHINGTON — Over the dissents of two justices, the Supreme Court on Thursday allowed same-sex marriages to proceed in South Carolina, rejecting an emergency application seeking a stay of a judge’s order striking down the state’s ban on such unions. In urging the Supreme Court to intercede, state officials had stressed federalism concerns, saying that South Carolina’s voters rather than the federa... »

South Georgia Youth Pastor to Appear on ABC’s Rising Star Sunday 9 PM ET

One of our own, 28 year old, Joshua Peavy, Youth & Music Pastor at the Blackville Church of God will appear on the first episode of ABC’s Rising Star this Sunday at 9 PM. As many of you know, Josh was a member of the Voices of Lee (University) and has been a licensed minister in the Church of God since 2009. He has been in full-time ministry since 2007 and was the first place winner in T... »

Kerry visits South Korea amid North Korea’s nuclear threats

Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that the United States is prepared to enter into talks with North Korea, but only if it is serious about negotiating the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula Kerry is in Seoul meeting with South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se amid heightened tensions spurred by North Korea’s recent nuclear threats and provoc... »

North Korea turns off hotline with South, as both sides prepare for potential of war

WARS N RUMORS OF WARS: North Korea has cut off a Red Cross hotline with South Korea, as it escalates its war of words against Seoul and Washington in response to a military drill in the South and UN sanctions imposed for its recent nuclear test. The North had threatened to cut off the hotline on March 11 if the United States and South Korea did not abandon their joint military exercise. The Red Cr... »