The residents and staff at the Diana Isaac Retirement Village in New Zealand, put together a very "Happy" tribute. They celebrate 80 years and show they have lots of energy left. This song was made for people all over the world to get happy when they sing it. You can tell these residents definitely are happy to come this far.
Thank God for allowing them to sing and dance as well as they do!more >>
This homeless man was ignored every day until these three strangers did something unforgettable for him. They walk up to him with a simple request for a bucket and he allows them to use it. What they do next attracts a big crowd who would normally walk by the homeless man.
They bring him all the attention he needs for people to become gracious. This is simply heartwarming!more >>
A 39-year-old Maryland man recently modeled his face transplant in GQ magazine.
Richard Norris, who hopes his GQ shoot inspires others with disfiguring injuries, was 22 when his nose, cheekbones, lips, tongue, teeth, jaw and chin were accidentally blown off by a shotgun back in 1997. He has no memory of what occurred during the accident.
U.S. bobsledder and Olympic hurdler Lori "Lolo" Jones has shared openly of her struggles in prior years of trying to accomplish things by her own strength, instead of relying completely on God. "That exhausted me. It broke me," she confessed to fans, moving many of them to reveal their own struggles.
"Be the kind of person who never gives up hope, regardless of how hopeless things seem, because your hope is in the Lord," Jones wrote on her Facebook page on Tuesday.
She went on to share, "My prayers have been on hope lately. The last few years without me knowing I began to lose hope that God answered my prayers. I continued to worship and love Him but I tried to do things in my own strength. That exhausted me. It broke me. Especially with the taunts of social media always reminding me of things I lacked. A gold medal, a husband, etc etc... But If I never get what I want, I have committed my life to you Lord." more >>
The hit, made-for-Netflix, series "House of Cards" exhibits how men craving power will don a public mask in order for private gain. It's a story about men living with two faces: a public persona and a private will; an image vs reality; a means to an end.
Two-faced men live with the imminent tragedy that their house of cards will crash. One final straw can destroy everything, breaking the camel's back. Men living this way, will do virtually anything to protect their polished myth. Inner turmoil ensues. Character gets twisted. Relationships suffer. Self-protection takes over. Private division and destruction follow.
This dynamic can become even more oppressive for a Christ-following man. We want to present Christian, play the role and rarely, if ever, let anyone look under the hood. There can exist a disconnect between identity and activity; resulting in a synthetic versus authentic Christian witness that is one card away from collapse. more >>
If you are an older sibling than you know how upsetting it can be when you're younger brother or sister grows up. We all enjoy the ride along, but always miss how cute they used to be. In this video this adorable 5-year-old girl, Sadie, hears the devastating news that her baby brother won't stay a baby forever. She did not take it very well.
When you see her reaction to the news, you will realize how great of a big sister she will be.more >>