These beautiful children of God reveal the truth about bullying on social media. The clever way they do it will have you in tears.
YouTube sensation Us the Duo opens the worlds eyes about online bullying with this powerful cover of "Shake It Off." A slow version, that allows listeners to actually feel the meaning of every word being sung. All of these children tell the world what is said to them, and how they deal with it each and every day. You will definitely feel for these teenagers.
95 percent of teens use social media to communicate and 43 percent are bullied online. Stop the online bullying and love one another! more >>
After spending a decade on the phones counseling depressed, down, and suicidal people I have come to the conclusion that suicide (in some form) is a thought all men have pondered.
From "I wish I wasn't here" to "everybody would be better off without me" to "I want the pain to end", all men have wanted dramatic relief at some time in their lives. Unfortunately, while more women attempt suicide, it's men who are more successful taking their own lives. It's the final step in the plan for destruction, set in motion by our enemy. All too often, the thoughts, circumstances, sadness or brain trauma that lead up to suicide, get suppressed momentarily, only to be resurfaced more effectively.
Hope gets lost. The decision of self-demolition ensues. Yet…There is hope, and there is life. It's just one call away. And, it comes with a promise. The key word to remember is "yet." more >>
8-year-old Gabe with down syndrome has a big brother who plays high school football. His brother decides to do something incredible and heartwarming for his little brother.
Gabe is named the team's captain and even gets to play some downs with the team. Being the honorary captain they give him the ball on the kickoff and allow him to run it back. Not only does he just run a few yards, he runs it all the way back for a touchdown! The opposing team sees who has the ball and knows he will be a tough one to stop.
This was the last game of the season and the players did something amazing for this little star. Get ready to CHEER along! more >>
The award-winning short film "Crescendo" was released on YouTube Tuesday and its producer said that he hopes the pro-life themed video becomes "the most watched film in history over the next 12 months."
"Our short film Crescendo has already accomplished far more than we could have ever hoped — it won 15 awards at industry film festivals, and has raised more than $5 million for vulnerable women with crisis pregnancies across the country," film producer and Movie to Movement founder Jason Jones said. "Now the film is ready for the wider world. After hundreds of showings at fundraisers across the country, Crescendo is now available on YouTube."
In addition to Jones, the groundbreaking short film (BELOW) is produced by Eduardo Verastegui, Leo Severino, and executive producer Pattie Mallette, the mother of Justin Bieber. more >>
A hilarious gig by "Just For Laughs: Gags" in Quebec, Canada shows us a hidden camera prank while investigating a "crashed UFO" site.
As people drive by they see a police officer standing next to an unknown object that happens to be a UFO. Obviously this is just for the prank, but these passerby have no idea. On the side of the road each person gets out of his or her vehicle to come and see what is going on.
When the police as the people to come and view the suspicious aircraft they see something very unimposing and have a close encounter of their own. more >>
No one had heard from Melissa in nearly 12 hours. Her family knew there had to be something wrong because she had never gone this long without calling.
They were right! Melissa was trapped in a sinkhole with her vehicle for almost a full day. Not being able to reach her in any way, the police decided to try something different to find her location. The police found her iPad in her house.
After several attempts at her password, they finally figured it out with help from the parents. Using an App called "Find My iPhone," they were able to locate Melissa. After nearly a day gone missing, they were finally able to rescue Melissa and bring her to safety. more >>