We have all made mistakes in our lives. Some we regret, and others in which were done for the better. We have said things we didn't really mean, but the truth is that the past is the past. We can't redo it. There is one place we can look to help us get past our mistakes … the Bible.
Many will try and look to many different places for help with mistakes. It is important for us not to repeat these mistakes, and to learn from them. The Bible is full of helpful scripture that will help give us a clear path and mind. Do not dwell on previous mistakes. It is also a great time to renew your relationship with God and be cleansed from sin.
God will forgive us for our mistakes, so we should forgive ourselves as well. more >>
Author and accomplished surgeon Dr. Ben Carson has expressed his support for homeschooling and school choice and opposition to Common Core at a conservative conference in Maryland.
At the main stage of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, just outside Washington, D.C., Dr. Carson told those gathered on Thursday morning that "I am ready for school choice."
Carson argued that "school choice," or allowing parents to homeschool their children or send their children to private schools with government aid, was a benefit for all Americans. more >>
A church in Washington state is converting a former strip club into an evangelistic facility that's serving the community seven days a week.
Bethany Community Church, a Seattle-based multi-site congregation founded in 1900, acquired the former strip club called "Sugars" and has turned it into a site for missions.
The strip club was located in the city of Shoreline, which is north of Seattle. The facility will serve as part of Bethany Community Church North. more >>
Every so often we may hear people criticize stay at home moms for doing nothing. Saying that they don't do any "real" work. When you see what happens in this video, you will realize that is the furthest from the truth.
Being a mom is a job in itself. This mom decided to show the world how very true it is. She shows everyone the struggle mother's have getting things done around the house. Easier said than done of course. The baby running around the house and being messy and curious towards everything causes a lot of complications. This is a must-see!
God bless all the beautiful moms everywhere! more >>
It is graduation day for Taylor, and one of the most important people in her lives was unable to make it because of her health. Taylor's grandma Sharon had been stuck in the hospital after a bone marrow transplant and brain surgery. So Taylor decides to do something she was never expecting!
Grandma Sharon is watching a live stream of the graduation on her laptop in the hospital. When she suddenly realizes that Taylor had not made the graduation. This high school graduate decided that she wanted to spend this incredible moment in the hospital with her best friend! They were both heartbroken they couldn't be there, so she planned this perfect surprise. Make sure you grab a box of tissues for this one!
Watch Taylor surprise her grandma in the hospital below: more >>
A commercial from Comcast appeared during the Academy Awards show Sunday. It features a 7-year-old girl named Emily who was born blind. As she describes each character, it creates an amazing visual of what she envisions in her mind. It is simply incredible!
Can you imagine how amazing it must feel to explain to people how the show would appear to you and then you can visualize it … WOW! In her mind she watches the show she envisions and during the commercial they share her vision with us. Andreas Nilsson from Biscuit Filmworks directed the short documentary that brought Emily's vision to life.
The advertisement promotes Comcast's newest technology, which was developed by their Accessibility Lab. It allows people with visual impairments to channel-surf using the "first talking guide" ever. more >>