These adults act out stories written and narrated by children. It is taken from a comedy series by Bored Shorts TV's "Kid Snippets." You will be laughing and saying "aww" from time to time.
Little kids tell the most adorable story you can think of, but then when you see it acted out in person by these adults, you will want to laugh. An excellent idea for a show because any audience can enjoy this based on the clever idea. This episode "Mean School Nurse" stars Randy Roberts and Richard Sharrah. It covers everything from math class to dishes. Get ready to laugh out loud!
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8-year-old Myles Eckert took a family trip to Cracker Barrel on a snowy day and something amazing happened. He found $20 on the floor of the parking lot and did something unforgettable with it.
Myles lost his father in the war in Iraq and doesn't go a day without missing him. Although he didn't get to spend a lot of time with him, he never forgot how special he was to him. Instead of buying a video game with the money he found, Myles wrote a letter and put the money inside. He handed the letter to a soldier at the restaurant and told him how much he appreciated his service and about his father.
It's an incredibly touching story from one kid to a soldier who reminded him of his dad. Myles told the soldier that his family would like to "pay it forward," that's why he gave him the money. more >>
A homeless teenager spent years in a foster home and even had a failed adoption attempt. But, after some time and reaching a certain age he had to go out on his own and ended up homeless.
It left Logan alone and miserable, praying for a family. But, this did not stop him from pushing forward and hoping for the best. He spent several days by himself sleeping in his car just hoping for a family or a place to be together with someone. Then a miracle happened.
Logan found his biological sister and was finally adopted by a family. It's an amazing reunion for a young boy who would have searched his whole life for a family just so he didn't have to be alone. more >>
I have nothing but compassion for those trapped in sexual sin. My hope is that readers will read the entire article before drawing conclusions. Those who strongly believe in the Bible and God's will regarding sexual behavior also strongly believe in unconditional love and forgiveness. To say that authentic Christians hate or fear those trapped in the homosexual lifestyle demonstrates a gross misunderstanding of the Christian faith.
To "confront in love" simply comes from a desire to honor God and to truly love and care for others. The ability to relate to people on their level, show genuine concern, and love them regardless of their lifestyle is the mark of true Christianity.
In case you don't continue reading, let me offer some encouragement: If you're hopeless, depressed, and confused, look to the One who created you. He has the answers. No matter what you have done, you have the ability to turn to Christ and start anew. "If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved" (Romans 10:9). "If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come" (2 Corinthians 5:17). more >>
This amazing and inspiring gymnast, Jennifer Bricker, was born without legs and abandoned as a baby. Two amazing people, Sharon and Gerald Bricker, adopted her and took her to her new home in Oblong, Illinois. There they taught her very valuable life lessons that she would never forget.
While she was growing up her parents always taught her to never say "I Can't." Although she was handicapped they wanted her to feel like she can do anything she puts her heart into. Without exaggeration, that is exactly what she did. Jennifer played every sport they allowed her to and was very good at it. None better than a gymnast, but she loved doing all she could.
Jennifer went on to become the tumbling champion and later discovered that she had a very famous gymnast in her blood. It's something she never knew as a young girl and found out later in her life. Wait until you see who it is! more >>
Anicee Lamoreaux was an orphan not too long ago. She just recently found a family, and has been blessed with the God-given talent of painting. Anicee uses her talent to create beautiful paintings that sell at an outstanding price.
When she makes the money for her painting, she donates it to the hospital that has helped her. I am sure the family she has been a part of appreciates all the money she is being given, but what she does with it has touched the hearts of all. Anicee has a bone disorder that caused her to break more than 100 bones in her body. Painting has helped her overcome this disorder and she is using her life to help others. This story is HEARTWARMING!
Watch Anicee paint and listen to her story below: more >>