When it comes to planning a wedding , there are a lot of things that go into it. You have to decide on a wedding dress, tuxedo, location, guests, and much more. Most of the time, the marriage takes place in a church, or away on a vacation. What happens in this video will touch your heart, especially seeing how happy they are!
Regardless of all the planning and locations, the thing that matters most is the people who are there and the moments the bride and groom share together. Kristi and Justin Nelson of Fort Worth, Texas didn't want to wait for a traditional wedding. In their time of sorrow, they decided to celebrate something special. Their premature baby was in the hospital undergoing tests, and they wanted him to be a part of the wedding. So what did they do? They got married in the hospital right next to his bed.
Watching this wedding take place will leave you with a lot of emotions. The genuine smiles and laughter show that it doesn't matter where you get married, it just matters who is there with you. more >>
When you see others praising Jesus, it's almost impossible not to join in or at least listen. Marty Brown and Jason Smith couldn't help but singing praises to God by signing "Amazing Grace" in the mall.
One man holds a guitar standing up, while the other sings from his wheelchair. You can tell their bond and connection with Jesus is very strong. These beautiful harmonies will have you praising along with these two men. When people in the mall see what is happening, they stop to watch the performance with a happy smile on their faces. When these two men finish singing they get a loud applause.
"Sing for joy in the LORD, O you righteous ones; Praise is becoming to the upright. Give thanks to the LORD with the lyre; Sing praises to Him with a harp of ten strings. Sing to Him a new song; Play skillfully with a shout of joy." -Psalms 33:1-3 more >>
In this new ad from Pandora Jewelry, they feature a social experiment showing a unique bond between mother and child. Six children come to be a part of the experiment with their mothers. They are then blindfolded and asked to find the mom that belongs to them.
It seems like a very tall task for these children blindfolded and led toward the women, but had to determine, by touch, which woman was their own mom. It's not an easy task for anyone at a young age. But the results they received were beautiful.
With Mother's Day approaching, this ad really touches a warm spot in our hearts. The jewelry that is on display was created to serve as a reminder of those moments in life that are often indescribable. more >>
In most cases, first dances at a wedding are happy and very emotional at the same time. Kyle and Nicole wanted to spice it up a bit by adding their dance that everyone can clap along to.
It was very special for all those who attending and were able to watch on the internet. They worked very hard together to come up with this amazing dance. At two minutes into the video, something happens that no one ever expected. The brides dad gets up on the dance floor and shocks everyone with a dance of his own. When he cuts-in, you can't do anything but smile!
This was a very unique surprise that gives all the guests who agreed to attend the wedding a special treat. Feel free to SHARE this idea with others and spread the JOY! more >>
Finding the right church can often be a time consuming and somewhat challenging experience but one devoted Christian says she has created a new, innovative way for believers to find what they're looking for quickly and easily.
Meta Washington, host of Kirk Franklin's Praise on Sirius XM Satellite Radio in New York City, launched her website letspraytogether.org in 2013 as "as a labor of love to help bring Christians together nationwide." Since then, a growing number of congregants and church leaders around the country have been using the free service to connect with other devotees and expand their congregations.
Users can find their ideal church by simply entering information such as city, state, denomination and even preferred congregation size into the website. Pastors can directly list their church on the site by submitting an online form and Washington recently sat down with The Christian Post to share the idea behind Lets Pray Together. more >>
Kyle Schwartz, a caring teacher at an elementary school in Denver, has found a brilliant way to not only get her students to open up, but also get closer to them as young people. What happens next will warm your heart!
Schwartz wanted to create a safe space for the children to be open about their home lives, potential concerns or positive notes. Most of the feedback is very personal, as well as positive comments about the teacher. Many share how much Kyle means to them and that she is more than just a teacher to them.
The response to Schwartz's "I wish my teacher knew..." notes was overwhelming. It even blew up on Twitter, with many people sharing the hashtag. more >>