Two popular YouTube channels, GiveBackFilms and Andrew Hales of LAHWF, have partnered together to make a difference in the community and are now going out to hear the stories of people in need. As they document the lives of the less fortunate, they surprise them with $200 at the end of each clip.
Watch these genuine reactions to the blessing they are receiving and be blessed and encouraged to do the same.
"Getting the chance to speak with these people was an incredible experience. They were all very kind, sincere, and genuine with us and we're super thankful they took the time to share their stories with us," they posted on the description. "We hope that by putting these videos on YouTube, some of you are inspired to go out and do the same type of things." more >>
Nick Capobianco lost his battle with leukemia in 2008, and in honor of his memory a special 48 hour video game marathon will be held to raise money to purchase the newest video game consoles for children staying at the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island.
Named, Nick's Marathon, it has been an annual event thrown by his friends the last few years because of his love and passion for playing video games.
It begins next Friday at 8 p.m., where his friends will meet to play for 48 consecutive hours with it being live streamed at http://www.nicksmarathon.org/. From that stream, people can donate towards the ultimate goal of raising at least $5,000. $1,346 has already been raised. more >>
Magician, prankster, and encourager Stuart Edge has uploaded a new video where he "reverse pickpockets" people - instead of stealing money, he secretly gives them money.
In the video, Edge visits a college campus to help out some students with their finances.more >>
The president of the largest Bible translation organization in the world says that more people than ever before can access the Bible in their own language, that translation programs for every native language in the world will be underway in twelve years, and that work to translate the Bible into every tongue brings us closer to the return of Jesus to earth.
"More people have access to scripture than at any other time in history," Bob Creson, president and CEO of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA, told The Christian Post in an interview on Friday. On Thursday, Wycliffe announced that 4.9 billion people can now read the Bible in their native language. Creson declared that by 2025, there will be "translation occurring in every community that needs it." Only 1,919 language groups still lack access to the Bible, and Creson expects that to drop below 1,900 soon.
Creson states that "the last translator for the last Bible translation is alive somewhere in the world today." He told CP why he believes that. "Thirty years ago, the average New Testament took over 20 years to translate," Creson explained. Today, it takes about 8 years. more >>
This little angel Sophia makes a video about being kind to others even when they are not kind to you. She has the LOVE of God in her heart and she wants to share it with everyone. Smiling or giving someone a hug can change their whole outlook on a difficult situation. It's videos like this that can make our stressful day turn into a HAPPY one. THANK YOU SOPHIA!
Luke 6:35 "But love your enemies, and do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return, and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High, for he is kind to the ungrateful and the evil."
1. A Child's Bedtime Prayer
Now I lay me down to sleep. I pray the Lord my soul to keep. If I should die before I wake, I pray to God my soul to take. If I should live for other days, I pray the Lord to guide my ways.
Father, unto thee I pray, Thou hast guarded me all day; Safe I am while in thy sight, Safely let me sleep tonight. Bless my friends, the whole world bless; Help me to learn helpfulness; Keep me every in thy sight; So to all I say good night. more >>