Faith & Religion

Finding Success While Living on Less

As the manager of billing and accounting for a Los Angeles law firm, Lily Avanesyan was no stranger to stress. But after more than a year of sleepless nights, panic attacks and extreme exhaustion, the mounting pressure finally reached a boiling point for the Glendale resident.

Faith groups split over bill to protect same-sex marriage

Among U.S. faith leaders and denominations, there are sharp differences over the bill advancing in the Senate that would protect same-sex and interracial marriages in federal law.

Is That Your Final Answer?

A new game show hit our TV’s back in 1999 with Regis Philbin hosting. “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” was an instant success, with millions (no pun intended) turning in each week to watch one lucky competitor answer questions and win money.

Scrap the Trap

Touchy. Hypersensitive. Thin-skinned. Do any of these terms sound familiar to you? We are living in a time where people are offended by any little thing. A driver got offended because her friend put on her seatbelt and the driver thought it was a comment on her driving ability.

Freedom’s Stubborn DNA

Way back when I was in junior high, our family had a pet Mynah bird. We purchased him at Sears for a whopping $29.95. We think he was a dude but we named him Babydoll, and boy, was he ever the talker! Mynah's are known for their verbal skills and this guy picked up everything - so fun!