This group of students from Liberty University created a video encouraging Christians to stand up for their faith and what they believe in. But also, to never force others to believe in the same moralities if they choose not to do so. They themselves are dedicated to living out their lives for their savior Jesus Christ. Making it clear that God has given us all free will in life. It's is not our responsibilities as Christians to cram our faith down anyone's throat.
If you are claiming the Lord's name than people are always watching your life and how you live as a follower of Christ. The group makes it clear that we need to love everyone unconditionally as Jesus did. Also, to stop treating people like we are better than them. At the end of the day no one is perfect, we are all sinners.
It is crucial as Christians to love Christ and glorify His name. As true Christians, we are called to serve and love as Jesus loved. more >>
2 years ago, Lacey Buchanan created a video that told the story behind her decision on keeping her baby boy, Christian. This encouraging video has inspired millions of people all over the world. By leaving such wonderful comments, Lacey's fans let her know how much this video meant to them. Especially the people from her hometown in Nashville, who look up to her for inspiration.
Nashville's best musicians got on board and created something special for Lacey and Christian. After spending hours in the studio, they came up with a BEAUTIFUL song called "No Night." They included little Christian in the video because he was the inspiration behind the song. The lyrics below are from this touching song that was created:
"There is no night so dark that it could hide your precious light." more >>
You can't do that!
Ever heard those words? I am sure Josiah did when the whole topic of idols in the land came up. What made him think he could rid the land of idols when so many Kings, even good ones like Hezekiah and Asa, could not do it. But in the tradition and spirit of David, Josiah decides the Word comes first over the world and that his leaders will be the ones to heed the Words of God and honor the heart of God. He resolves that idolatry will end under his watch and that this spiritual disease infecting his lands, polluting their worship, and introducing sin will be no more.
His steps are noticeably familiar and worth noting because this a major move of God among his people to create spiritual health in the community of faith. Time to watch some game film and highlight what went right in order for God's leader to overcome all the odds. more >>
Three waitresses at a small diner in Caledonia, Ill., are feeling blessed and grateful after a generous female patron left them a $5,000 tip each this past weekend, telling them, "God sent me here to help you." This most recent inspirational gesture is similar to the TipsforJesus campaign that involves a patron or group of patrons leaving large tips with the note "Tips for Jesus" on their server's receipt.
The three waitresses, Amy Sabani, 25, Amber Kariolich, 28, and Sarah Seckinger, 23, were prepping the Boone County Family Restaurant for diners this past Saturday when one patron, a blonde woman, asked them what their names were and began writing down something at her table. The three waitresses had been standing near the philanthropist, preparing silverware and place settings while discussing their financial woes that included student loans, dental care, and other expenses they were trying to pay off.
"I wasn't even waiting on her," one of the waitresses, Seckinger, told the local WIFR-TV. "I was just rolling silverware. We were talking about school and braces and loans and everything we can't afford and she just took it upon herself." more >>
When Tyler Gedelian, 29, manager of a Goodwill store in Monroe, Mich., stumbled upon stacks of $100 bills totaling more than $43,000 stashed in the pockets of some old suits and robes last Wednesday, he never once thought of keeping the money.
No, not once.
"There was never a question," Gedelian told Monroe News. "I don't even think I did anything special. I did what any person should do. If it was my money and I lost it, I hope somebody would try to find me." more >>
When this four-year-old boy hears the song "Say Something" by Great Big World and Christina Aguilera on the radio, it becomes very hard for him to hold back his emotions. A tear jerking video filled with love that is a MUST SEE for all.
According to Jackson's dad, this is the first time he has ever seen his son "moved" by anything. Moments like this are priceless and great to have recorded on tape as a memory.
See the video below: more >>