Within the first few seconds after little Elha begins to sing, you will be blown away. God has given her a gift and she is using it to the fullest potential on this night ... Wow!
This beautiful young girl took the stage for an audition at The Voice Kids Philippines, and couldn't have put on a better show. Anyone who watches this will be completely memerized when she starts to sing. It's not everyday that you find a girl as well-coached as Elha, and with such confidence. The song choice complements her voice, and she is able to deliver it in such a magical way. Elha sings "You'll Never Walk Alone" beautifully.
Get ready to be covered in goosebumps from head to toe after hearing this audition. Be sure to SHARE this with all your friends and family! more >>
"Woodlawn," a faith-based sports film set to release in October that stars Sean Astin and Jon Voight, tells the true story of the Woodlawn High School football team in Birmingham, Alabama, giving their lives to Christ during desegregation in the 1970s.
Among the parties involved is NFL great Tony Nathan who is played by Caleb Castille.
A new trailer for the upcoming film oozes the Gospel and depicts the burning of crosses and mixing of black and white players at a time when racial tensions in the south were extremely high. more >>
PHILADELPHIA — The eyes of the world will be on Pope Francis when he makes a visit to the western hemisphere next month, stopping first in Cuba before heading north to Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia. But his stop at the Ground Zero memorial in NYC amid commemoration of the deaths of thousands due to terrorism has been described by organizers as an "extremely important event for the world."
Pope Francis is scheduled to meet with survivors and family members of those killed in the World Trade Center attacks, which claimed the lives of 2,606 people. Those slain were mostly New Yorkers but among them were visitors hailing from the United Kingdom, Dominican Republic, South Korea, India, and dozens of other countries. More than 400 of those killed when the Twin Towers fell were law enforcement officials and firefighters who were among first responders when al-Qaida-linked terrorists crashed commercial airliners into each tower.
That Sept. 25 meeting with 9/11 families will be held outside by the twin reflecting pools at the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in downtown Manhattan, Helen Osman, secretary of communications for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, explained during a briefing about the pope's U.S. visit with reporters Friday. more >>
Preachers deal with the same struggles as the rest of the world once they step away from the pulpit, and the BET premiere of the new movie "Let the Church Say Amen" showcases many of those challenges with the help of an all-star cast.
The film is adapted from the novel written by ReShonda Tate Billingsley that bears the same name, and features "Waiting to Exhale" actress Lela Rochon, who plays the film's first lady "Loretta," of the fictitious Zion Hill Church.
Rochon, who portrays the reverend's wife who's working hard to keep her household and the church together, describes "Let the Church Say Amen" as the type of faith-based film that will appeal to Christian as well as secular audiences. more >>
There will be no treaty for the fast food industry, as its two major burger empires will not be making a joint meal in honor of a global observance for world peace.
McDonald's announced that it has declined rival Burger King's offer to make a "McWhopper" in honor of the International Day of Peace.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook wrote in a Facebook message posted Wednesday that while a "McWhopper" had a good intention, he felt "our two brands could do something bigger to make a difference." more >>
These little children are such a blessing. Listening to them explain the power of prayer, and who they thank in prayer, will light up your soul.
After praying, they explain the power that God has had in their lives, and it is both awesome and cute. It's sometimes difficult to imagine what most kids pray for, and how prayer has affected their lives. But the innocence and transparency of these kids, and their love for others, will touch your heart. Jesus is the reason for all of their blessings, and they know it! They may teach adults a thing or two about the importance and power of prayer.
"In the fear of the Lord one has strong confidence, and his children will have a refuge," Proverbs 14:26. more >>