The band Dave's Highway is recording their final cover in front of the fireplace that actually made them famous. This acoustic version of "I Surrender All" will give you goosebumps and it will touch your heart.
God has given these three a God given talent and they use it to the fullest. Their performance will blow you away!
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This group of firefighters from Sakhalin, Russia, did all that they could to help rescue this trapped kitten after getting stuck in a car's coil spring. The driver of the car, Vitaliy Bouranin, actually had no idea that this was happening until he got out of his car and heard meowing.
Instead of trying to force the kitten out, these brave men gently use their car skills to help this cat get out of this predicament. You will be jumping in joy at the end of this video!
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Only 3-years-old and this little boy already has a ton of love in his heart. When Zhang Junhao steps on the DramaFever stage he shows off his awesome dance moves for the judges. He's a very intelligent young boy who remembers all of his dance moves for each song the judge puts on.
Zhang wants to dance because he believes it spreads happiness in the world. It makes him happy to see others happy. This auditions is guaranteed to put a smile on your face and maybe tears in your eyes when you see how compassionate this little boy is.
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U2 rock band leader, Bono, once wrote a poem for Billy Graham after visiting the retired evangelist in his home in the mountains of western North Carolina.
Bono, who considers himself a born-again Christian, gave Graham the poem titled, "Journey of Faith," in 2002. Now, the handwritten poem is on display at the Billy Graham Library's permanent collection in Charlotte.
"The library's Journey of Faith tells the story of how God used a dairy farmer from North Carolina to reach the world with the Gospel message, offering the free gift of peace with God to millions," reads a statement on Billy Graham's website. more >>
When behavior shocks the world — whether a high-profile murder, domestic violence involving a sports star or even corporal punishment uncertainties surrounding a football player — there are always questions: "Where were the signs that this could happen?" "Why didn't we see this coming?"
The sad story of former Baltimore Ravens' running back Ray Rice and his wife, Janay, has brought the epidemic of domestic violence in America to the national forefront.
On Valentine's Day weekend, Ray Rice and his then-fiancée were involved in an altercation in an Atlantic City elevator. Ray struck Janay, sending her into a railing and knocking her unconscious. He then dragged her out of the elevator doors, where hotel staff assumed she was drunk. Rice was suspended two games for the charge, but when the full video of the incident surfaced on September 8, the Ravens cut Rice and the NFL suspended him indefinitely. more >>
Lori was a victim of domestic abuse in her relationship. Thanks to a Good Samaritan who donated their car to a local shop, Lori was able to afford a car and leave the situation she was involved in. Lori's car was a lifeline for her, and she turned her Hope House into a violence shelter.
Lori's car is now in bad condition and doesn't run well. Someone who heard about this situation donated a new car to Lori. She is speechless and filled with joy after this heartfelt act of kindness!
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