It's funny how our parents can get the best reactions out of us when they surprise us with something. These two girls were completely caught off guard and shocked by the news their mother gave them.
Not only was it a perfect way to surprise them but also it was done perfectly as well. But, it's not only the surprise that is special. Which is telling the daughters that she is pregnant. But, the reaction these two big sisters give to the news ... it will melt your heart!
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This is a very powerful song that reminds each and every one of us that God is with us. In this video, you will hear different people share their testimony. Francesca Battistelli's music video for "He Knows My Name" will touch your heart.
It is not so often we see people open up and give their testimonies in front of the camera before a music video. In this case, you will hear the testimonies shared that signifies God's love and redemption. This will assure you that God knows your name. It is very inspiring and the meaning in the video will hit you hard. God cares about each and every one of us, and loves us all equally!
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Roma Downey and Mark Burnett are extending their collaboration with NBC from "A.D." this spring to another television series, "Unveiled," the network announced on Friday.
The husband and wife production team are set to premiere "A.D." this Easter, but another one-hour drama based on "flawed guardian angels" who attempt to restore faith and save the lives of those in crises will also make its way to NBC shortly. "Unveiled" will premiere during the 2015-16 season, according to Variety.
Downey and Burnett are acting as executive producers on "Unveiled" alongside John Sakmar and Kerry Lenhart, and Universal Television and Lightworks Media will produce the series. The guardian angel theme on "Unveiled" could be inspired the hit '90's television series "Touched by an Angel" on which Downey starred as a kind-hearted angel Monica. The role earned the actress international fame as well as an Emmy and Golden Globe Award. more >>
A federal court in Illinois has ordered a community college to allow two activists to distribute anti-homosexuality leaflets on its campus, after the school maintained that the individuals could not distribute such materials that were deemed "inconsistent with the philosophy, goals and mission of the college."
Last January, Wayne Lela and John McCartney sent an application to Waubonsee Community College seeking permission to pass out leaflets on its campus promoting their Heterosexuals Organized for a Moral Environment, a group organized by Lela that advocates that homosexuality is immoral. After submitting the required details about the leaflets to the administration, the administration sent them back a letter denying their request later that month.
Although Lela and McCartney had been previously granted permission in 2003 and 2005 to pass out the promotional items for the organization on the WCC campus, the school's letter of denial in January of 2014 stated that group's message conflicted with the message of the school and that school could not allow them to hand out their leaflets on its campus. more >>
A new Bible-based film "Confessions of a Prodigal Son" is headed to theaters next month with an important message for Christians: we are all prodigals.
Nathan Clarkson, who wrote, produced and stars in the modern retelling of the Bible's "The Parable of the Lost Son," explained that he hopes that "Confessions of a Prodigal Son" reminds Christians that, not only have we all had some experience with "wasteful" and "extravagant" behavior as the word prodigal describes, but that we should be encouraged by Jesus to show grace and kindness toward prodigals.
"I consider everyone a prodigal," the actor told CP. "There is kind of a mentality that a prodigal son likes sex drugs and rock and roll, but we are all prodigals. This movie depicts one kind of prodigal but almost anyone can find something in this story because we have all looked for fulfillment in things that aren't ultimately what we are meant for and what we are meant to fill up with." more >>
The Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, a group founded in 1945 by University of Chicago scientists who helped develop the first atomic weapons in the Manhattan Project, warned last week that the world has moved much closer to an apocalypse.
"Today, more than 25 years after the end of the Cold War, the members of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Science and Security Board have looked closely at the world situation and found it highly threatening to humanity — so threatening that the hands of the Doomsday Clock must once again be set at three minutes to midnight, two minutes closer to catastrophe than in 2014," wrote the board which includes 17 Nobel laureates in a memo addressed to "Leaders and citizens of the world" published in the Bulletin last Monday.
The bulletin created the Doomsday Clock two years after the formation of the group using the imagery of apocalypse (midnight) and the contemporary idiom of nuclear explosion (countdown to zero) to convey threats to humanity and the planet, according to the group's website. more >>