DALLAS – Kevin Monzon, 16, has a passion for telling others about Jesus Christ. So do the 46 other high school-aged young people who arrived from Southern California five days ago to begin inviting people to attend Greg Laurie's Harvest America in Dallas Sunday evening.
Monzon, who is already a three-year veteran of street evangelizing with Harvest youth ministry, told The Christian Post how the team from primarily Riverside and Orange counties, have spent much of their time during the long days in Dallas.
"We approach young students, young adults and we just ask them, 'Do you believe in God?' We [often] start with a joke or a soft question," he explained. "We clear up the whole awkward opener thing, but we usually begin, at least I do, with 'Where would you go if you die tonight?'" more >>
This poor dog had fallen into a pool of tar that was being used for construction purposes. Animal Aid Unlimited volunteers traveled to the northwestern part of India to help rescue this stray dog.
When they arrived they had seen that he was encrusted in a solid coat of tar. Scared and afraid, the dog laid on its side, not sure what to do. This poor puppy would have died if it wasn't for these people. He wasn't able to move after being covered.
Watch this amazing rescue of this tar covered pup below: more >>
This precious little girl and her father decide to have a sing-along together. When her father starts the nursery rhyme he expects her to finish it.
But this little girl seems to run into a little problem when she gets up to her part. Not only is it a funny part of the song, but she continues to mess it up even after her father helps her each time. No matter what the case may be she seems extremely determined to figure this song out.
Just when you think she had it sorted out, she does the most adorable thing! more >>
Activist and rapper Richard William, better known as Prince Ea, beings his spoken word poem with the statement "Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?"
He speaks about how much time humans spend on their cell phones instead of time enjoying life and being with those who love us. Technology, has made us more "selfish and separate" than ever before, he claims.
Our attention span has gone down and we have lost the ability to interact with one another on a meaningful level. We even have trouble experiencing things on a meaningful level as a result. more >>
A former New Jersey toll collector is suing the state after allegedly being told by her supervisor to stop telling motorists "God bless you."
"As they leave, I said, 'Have a good day, God bless you,'" Cynthia Fernandez told CBS 2.
Fernandez said that after a time, her supervisor called her into his office for a meeting, which is where she was reportedly warned about her behavior. more >>
A woman who was once a quadriplegic is now walking and actually expecting her first child with her husband, which she says is nothing short of a miracle from God.
"I went from a 32-year-old woman that was healthy, having a boyfriend who never really saw me with a hair out of place, to lying in a bed in a diaper," Liz Mitchell told WFAA in September.
Liz fell off a balcony and landed on her head, shattering two vertebrae and suffering a spinal cord injury. She was placed in a medically-induced coma for five days and awoke to the news that she was a quadriplegic. Her boyfriend (now husband), Bryan, was the one who told her about her condition. more >>