Parents of a new baby girl in Buffalo, New York are thanking God for sending "two angels" after they became stranded in a snowstorm on Tuesday.
In the midst of a lake-effect snowstorm that buried western New York earlier this week, Bethany Hojnacki of south Buffalo went into labor in the early morning hours on Tuesday. Making matters worse, the new mother could not get to the hospital due to the severe weather, and she and her husband became stranded roadside. Speaking to CNN's Anderson Cooper, Bethany's husband Jared Hojnacki revealed that they miraculously received help with their daughter's arrival along the way.
"It was kind of incredible," Hojnacki said on Wednesday. "God really put the people who needed to be in the right spot for us at the right time." more >>
"19 Kids and Counting" stars Jill Duggar and husband Derick Dillard released a new video of Jill's sonogram on Wednesday; the couple is expecting a son in the spring.
"We just wanted to give y'all an update on how our pregnancy is going," Derick said in the video. "We're really excited, so we wanted to share that with y'all as well."
Jill is now five months along, and the reality stars have shared nearly every moment of their relationship with the public. They courted on national TV, wed in front of TLC's cameras, and even posted photos from their honeymoon online for fans. It wasn't long after that honeymoon that they revealed Jill was pregnant, and then they shared the revelation that the baby is a boy. more >>
A California photography company has announced that it will no longer shoot wedding photography after gay activists protested against the business claiming it "denied" service to a same-sex couple for their wedding.
Nang and Chris Mai, the operators of the Bay Area-based Urloved Photography, posted to the company's website earlier in November that they'll no longer photograph weddings after they were harassed by LGBT activists for referring a gay couple seeking their service to another photographer instead of shooting the wedding themselves.
The Mais, who specialize in weddings, events and family portraits, say they've had to do away with wedding photography because they don't want to sacrifice their personal beliefs against same-sex weddings in order to abide by California's buisness discrimination laws. more >>
It would be a dream come true if every time we went to make a decision a hand from heaven came down to point us in the right direction. God does help lead the way but when it comes to decision making He guides us through His word.
When the times comes we will either choose the right path or suffer from the consequences. When you follow His words, you can never be sent in the wrong direction. Having faith to trust in God's wisdom is the key to making the right decisions.
Below are 7 Bible verses that can be used for making tough decisions: more >>
A family in West Virginia has adopted 29 children from around the world, including several with severe disabilities and illnesses.
Jeane and Paul Briggs already had five biological children when they decided to open their home to several children who desperately needed a home and people to love and care for them. At least one child is blind, another has Down syndrome, while yet another has a cleft palate. None of that has stopped the Briggs from going through with the adoptions from the United States and across the world.
Despite the circumstances, the family says that they are relying on God to provide for their family and cite their faith as the reason why they have taken in so many children. more >>
A new video created by supporters of police officer Darren Wilson is critical of President Barack Obama for not reaching out to the Ferguson officer after the shooting death of Michael Brown on Aug. 9.
The 7-minute clip shows footage of Brown and Wilson supporters; the late-teen is referred to as a "thug criminal," while great sympathy is given to the officer. The video is set to the songs "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey and "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister.
In August, Wilson fatally shot Brown on a Ferguson street after a reported struggle. What exactly transpired during the incident remains a point of contention and a St. Louis Grand Jury is deciding whether or not to indict the six-year veteran police officer. more >>