A Virginia couple provided a double blessing for a homeless man who wants to spend Thanksgiving with a family. After confessing with the news that he was in search of a family to spend Thanksgiving with, it touched many people hearts. The responses were incredibly overwhelming.
Neal gets lonely around this time of the year, when Thanksgiving and Christmas roll around. It is hard for him to enjoy these days because he is homeless and doesn't have a family to spend it with. God blessed him with love in his heart and it touches everyone who listens to his story. He got responses back about homes, jobs, and people inviting him over for the holidays. But, one military couple from Virginia that reaches out to him caught his eye. They invited him over for Thanksgiving, and he accepted.
This homeless man finally has his wish come true. Watching his reaction to their invitation had both of them in tears. You will need a box of tissues after watching this heart-wrenching story. The best part is that it has a beautiful result. God has blessed this man with a holiday family and a bunch of new friends! more >>
Ruby Holt has her secret wish of going to the beach and being by the water come true. In a month she will be turning 101 years of age. But, she doesn't let that stop her dream from coming true.
It is kind of hard to believe that Ruby is 100 years old and has never gone to the beach before. It is a beautiful sight that everyone should experience if they get the chance. Watching this beautiful lady take her wish to the ocean is priceless.
Watching her dream come true is guaranteed to put a SMILE on your face! more >>
Queen Latifah's talk show may have been cancelled, but the entertainer insists God has much more on the horizon for her.
While The Hollywood Reporter announced that The Queen Latifah Show will continue to appear on CBS stations with original episodes through March, the show that started in fall 2013 will officially end after that. The show's host, born Dana Owens, wrote herself a letter on Facebook in which she expressed gratitude.
"Dear Dana, Just a little note to say Thank You…," the talk show host wrote. "Thank you for your strong work ethic and great effort in getting The Queen Latifah Show off the ground and running. Your dedication and sacrifice was crucial to the entire team, and in the face of intense challenges, you displayed 'True Grit'!" more >>
From the time we are growing up until we become parents ourselves, we are always reminded to respond in thankfulness for things that we are given or have done. It's a very important trait to take with you as you grow old.
Even though we are believers, we often forget to thank God for all the beautiful things he has done for us. So we should take time out of our busy week to just sit down alone and thank God for surrounding our lives with blessings. It is too often we are given such beautiful things, and don't realize how grateful we should be. There are people in this world who are less fortunate than you may be, so it is always important to say "thank you."
The Bible provides us with several Bible verses that signify the importance of being grateful. Below are 7 Bible verses that will remind you of the importance of being grateful: more >>
Grammy award-winning artist Lecrae led the way in calling for peace in Ferguson on Monday night following news that police officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
On August 9, Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Brown after an alleged struggle on a Ferguson street and yesterday, after three months of weighing evidence, a St. Louis grand jury ruled in his favor. The high-profile case divided the nation and sparked civil unrest in Ferguson.
Last night Lecrae, among other prominent figures, took to social networking site Facebook to weigh in on the grand jury's decision. The rapper called for compassion as the family of Brown continues to mourn their loss and his heartfelt post left many considering what would Jesus do. more >>
"19 Kids & Counting" star Michelle Duggar offered advice about motherhood for her two married daughters, Jill and Jessa, in a new blog post on Monday.
"Well, I think it'll probably be the same advice I give to any other new mom, except for the fact that I will be saying, 'Now, if you need a babysitter, you know grandma is just down the road, and I'd be so happy to help you whenever you need a date night with your sweetie!'" Michelle wrote.
As the mother of 19 children, and a grandmother of three, Michelle has a lot of experience and advice to offer her daughters. Jill and husband Derick are expecting their first child, a son, in March. Jessa and Ben are newlyweds and have taken the same vow as the rest of their family to accept any and all children God blesses them with. Rumors have circulated that Jessa could become pregnant on her honeymoon, the same as Jill. more >>