Even though this young boy is disabled, he never fails to live life to the fullest. Braylon O'Neill is a resident of Cranston, Rhode Island and in most ways, he's just like any other 6-year-old around the country. He has no bones in his lower legs, and still manages to get around thanks to a brilliant technology advancement.
His friends call him "Bray," and he does many thing with them. Braylon loves to swim, run, play golf, learn the drums and a whole lot more. Unfortunately, Braylon was born with a birth defect. He had no bones in his lower legs and has to use prosthetic legs to do all these things. Microsoft found him, after seeing a video someone posted of him playing at an event. They contacted the family and used his story in an ad for the Super Bowl in 2015. A commercial like this will touch anyone's heart, that loves to play sports. Braylon is a hero for many people, and an inspiration for all.
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One in nine people do not have access to clean water, and one in four do not have toilets. Woman and children around the world spend 140 million hours a day collecting water for families. It's a statistic that is unbelievable.
Three mothers and a common cause is the message in the video. They are trying to be a part of a solution to change these numbers. Water.org is a dedicated website that includes "innovative, market-based solutions that change lives every day through safe water and sanitation." For nearly 20 years, they have supported these efforts, which helps provide families with money needed access clean water and sanitation.
Can you imagine waking up every day, not knowing if you will have clean water? Or a sanitary place to go to the bathroom? It is almost unimaginable, yet it is happening to so many people around the world. We must do our best to stop this from happening! more >>
When this choir steps on stage, they are immediately in shock. So excited that they have made it this far and finally have been given the chance to prove themselves. There performance of "Roar" will blow you away!
Revelation Avenue is a choir of 12 members, and their voices will go straight to your soul. This group from East London brings the house down when they start to sing their rousing rendition by Katy Perry. Simon tells them that they had a choir that was not that good before them, so they had a ton of pressure put on them. But, it didn't affect them one bit! They bagged themselves a spot in the live shows when Amanda presses the golden buzzer. It's hard to perform in front of a large audience and judges as it is. But, to get up there and give a flawless performance like they did, is even more amazing!
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Real life American Sniper widow Taya Kyle recalls the heartbreaking moment she was forced to tell her two young children that their Navy SEAL father, Chris Kyle, had been killed in an interview set to air on ABC this week.
Taya Kyle, 40, recently opened up about her tragic loss in a sit-down with "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts and the interview is said to be candid, heartbreaking and eye-opening. The war widow lost her husband Chris, widely considered to be the most lethal sniper in U.S. history for having 160 confirmed kills, two years ago and she recalled the moment that their two children learned the tragic news.
A 4-month-old baby was rescued from a destroyed building in Bhaktapur, Nepal, on Wednesday, after being buried alive nearly 22 hours after the earthquake hit the country, while a 28-year-old man who had given up hope of being found was also rescued after surviving 80 hours under rubble.
The baby boy, named Sonit Awal, was reported to be in stable condition, miraculously without any internal injuries. His rescue has brought hope and good news to the area flattened by a 7.8 point earthquake that has killed over 5,000 people and could possibly have killed close to 10,000.
"I had some hope but by yesterday I'd given up," Rishi Khanal, the adult man who was also rescued, told the The Associated Press. "My nails went all white and my lips cracked. I was sure no one was coming for me. I was certain I was going to die. There was no sound going out, or coming in. I kept banging against the rubble and finally someone responded and came to help. I hadn't eaten or had anything to drink so I drank my own urine." more >>
While on her way to work, Nicole Mayhew got a strong feeling that she needed to return home for something. Without hesitation, she did, and she was able to save her husband from a tragic accident.
It just so happens that Nicole's gut feeling was God using her for a miracle. When she returned home after getting this strange feeling she found her husband trapped under his car with no room to escape. She arrived in the nick of time to save her husband's life. God sends us signs often, but we may not always react to them the same way. In this case, Nicole knew God had sent her a strong sign to go with her intuition.
"While you stretch out your hand to heal, and signs and wonders are performed through the name of your holy servant Jesus." - Acts 4:30 more >>