The show these Romanians put on in the mall is enough to put a smile on anyone's face who watches. An overwhelming number of people in the mall join together to raise autism awareness in this awesome flash mob. Every single one of these people showing their support for autism has a ton of LOVE in their hearts.
It is almost impossible to stay still when you hear the music and see these people dancing. A feel good video for sure!
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UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – Faith, family values, and quality entertainment took center stage at the 22nd Annual Movieguide Awards on Friday evening. Celebrities and lesser-known movie, TV, and music industry people shared their appreciation for being able to celebrate the things in life they cherish most.
Joni Eareckson Tada, who was there to perform the title song from "Alone Yet Not Alone," told The Christian Post that although she was out of her element at the splashy event because she is primarily a Christian disabilities advocate, she said she was appreciative of Movieguide and its goals.
"I think we are at a point in our country where people are becoming weary, they're becoming tired of media messages, and movies that degrade the human spirit, that defame the human heart, that weigh people down, that reinforce hopelessness and despair, people are looking for a change from that," Tada explained while participating in the red carpet portion of the evening. "I think that the popularity of the song and its Oscar nomination has underscored that people are looking for a change. more >>
A news reporter was getting ready to give a report by a train track in Yonkers, NY when suddenly something scary occurred. A man's life was put in grave danger.
However, the reporter immediately leaped to the rescue and grabbed the man who had fallen on the track. With the help of a few good Samaritans, he was able to pull the man to safety. This incredible rescue is all caught on TAPE!
Kenny Thompson just wanted to do what was right by the students he helped serve at Valley Oaks Elementary School in Houston, Texas. Thompson is being called a "lunch angel" after paying off over 60 accounts that were overdue, leaving the children eating nothing but cold sandwiches instead of a hot, healthy lunch.
"It was the best money I ever spent," Thompson, who works as a tutor and mentor at the school, told Today.com. "It was the best gift I ever gave myself. I went into my car and screamed."
Thompson got the idea from learning of the Utah school that took away several children's lunches and threw them in the garbage simply because their parents had fallen behind on paying for the school lunch. He was shocked at what happened and wanted to learn if there was anything he could do, or if there was a problem within his own school that needed correcting. more >>
The producers of the hit television miniseries "The Bible" have stated that their new film "Son of God" is meant to be a "love story" for an "under-served" audience.
"By the time you get to His arrest in Gethsemane, you really feel that you know Him and you love Him. And you really feel awful that this could be happening," said Mark Burnett, co-producer of "Son of God."
"Within that sweeping drama and tension there was this intimacy of this love story of Jesus," added Burnett, who hoped viewers of the film "fall in love with Jesus." more >>
From childhood, I have been in settings – mainly in church – where the Lord's Prayer was recited. Some of you know it as the "Our Father" prayer. Others call this the "Jesus' Model Prayer."
However you refer to it, you might recall that this particular teaching of Christ came in response to the disciple's request: "Lord, teach us to pray." (Luke 11:1)
There are such comforting and noble parts in this prayer. Mystery and power vibrate in each line. However, if you are like me, we can comfortably cruise through an out-loud recitation of the prayer almost zombie-like, with no effort, thought, or emotion. more >>