This new dad does something hilarious with his infant baby girl. He decided to get some extra information we may not have known on babies, so he used an expert for help -- his baby daughter, Amalah.
Just by using his imagination, he created a brilliant video that everyone can find funny. A baby is something we may never understand, and in this video he does something to help us better understand. It may not be the most informal, but it will certainly have you laughing for hours. This interview is both adorable and hilarious. You will not want to miss it
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Mali Music, Grammy-nominated Christian recording artist, headlines a new musical presentation on the life of Jesus Christ titled Revival! The Experience, a "mixed media virtual experience" that is expected to be released in theaters sometime this year.
A teaser trailer for Revival! The Experience reveals the new project as being in the vein of the iconic 1973 British musical Jesus Christ Superstar — with "a splash of The Wiz," according to creators. The project is based on the Gospel of John's account of Jesus Christ.
The new project has been described by creators as "dramatizing supremely constructed original contemporary and gospel music that helps recount the mission, ministry and miracles of Jesus." more >>
These Good Samaritans knew they has to do something when they saw a puppy lonely and stranded on an island. They immediately did something to help when the time was right. It was extremely risky, and involved climbing under a bridge.
When this group of men saw this puppy they knew they had to help. They banded together to save this helpless little guy stuck on an island. The puppy was so scared it wouldn't leave from hiding in the little bush that was on the island. As soon as the puppy realizes he can trust the man, he then has to backtrack his steps and get back on the bridge. WOW! Wait until you see how he does it!
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This Christmas baby was the gift of a lifetime for this mother. Christina's son Judson was a blessing in disguise from the moment he was born. But, after a few months, she realized something had been wrong with him after stumbling from time to time.
After realizing there was an issue with Judson, his mother took him to the hospital praying for the best. When they diagnosed him with Leukodystrophy, Christina knew it was the worst possible thing that could have happened. Five months after getting this terrible news, Judson passed away at only 2 and a half years of age. A heart-wrenching loss for a any mother to deal with, and nearly impossible to recover from. But, this mother would never let the loss of her son not be remembered.
Christina realized God had a plan for her family's tragedy. She used the death of her son to inspire others to live life to the fullest and created a fundraiser in his name to raise money and helping doctors finds cures for these terrible diseases. Judson's name lives on forever and has help inspire all those with similar diseases. more >>
"Bringing Up Bates" star Erin (Bates) Paine and husband Chad are expecting their first child after several miscarriages, and the couple could not be more excited.
"I'm so happy. It was such a relief," Erin told People. "Because I had an at-risk pregnancy, we wanted to be cautious and wait just because, if something happened, it would have been all the more hard."
Erin suffers from a blood-clotting disorder that has caused her to endure several miscarriages, so the pregnancy comes as a wonderful blessing to the couple that has been trying since 2013. She and Chad decided to go public with their struggle to carry a pregnancy on the first episode of the new reality series "Bringing Up Bates." The family is often compared to the larger-than-life Duggar family, and the two families share a large size and conservative values. Erin and Chad wanted to share their story to help others going through similar situations. more >>
For the first time in its history, Washington D.C.'s National Cathedral had a United Methodist minister oversee the sacrament of Communion for an Episcopal service.
The Rev. Canon Gina Gilland Campbell of the UMC presided over the Eurcharist, alongside Episcopal clergy at a service on Sunday.