84 year-old Tinney Davidson waves at students as they walk to and from school every day from her home in Comox, British Columbia. Her lovely greeting to the students was a tradition that started together with her husband, who sadly passed away recently.
On Valentine's Day, she received a surprise from appreciative students who invited her to their high school. In the video below, Tinney is seen being overwhelmed with joy from the beautiful surprise from the students who had come to appreciate her smiling face to and from school each day. Watch the inspiring story below:more >>
Imagine waking up every morning with no arms and doing what you do each morning like that. For most it would be very hard to live with. Bur, for Richie Parker it never stopped him from reaching his dreams. He currently works for one of NASCARs most successful driving teams, Hendrick Motorsports. One key to his story is that his parents always believed his childhood would be just as normal as anyone else's in his neighborhood.
Something as simple as riding a bike was achieved at a very young age by Richie. He even learned to do, what became his favorite thing in the world, drive a car. His attitude of feeling that he can do anything, actually landed him his dream job. Never being satisfied is what drives him to strive for more!more >>
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"The Lego Movie" has dominated the box office for three weeks in a row, and captured high praise from reviewers, but the ideas and themes it presents (many of them remarkably consistent with a Christian worldview) may very well rank as its highest accomplishment.
The film presents a light-hearted, adventurous atmosphere infectious for kids and adults alike. It features pop culture references to Batman, Gandalf from Lord of the Rings, and Dumbledore from Harry Potter. From a journey to "Cloud Coo-Coo Land," where "there's no government, babysitters, and no consistency," to the millionth floor of President Business' mansion, which hosts "a mysterious room called the 'think tank,'" the movie creates a world full of witty fun. more >>
When 15-year-old Caleb was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain and spine cancer it took away many of the dreams he had to accomplish in his life.
However, there was one dream that he was determined to still experience - riding the waves.
When Make-A-Wish asked what he wished for, he said he wanted to surf with the dog he saw on ESPN named Ricochet, who was specially trained to surf with kids who have disabilities. The pair had an amazing time riding the waves together, and now Caleb is still fighting for his goal to beat cancer. more >>
Abigail, Nathan and Peta sing 'Holy Spirit' by Jesus Culture in the video shown below. They love to sing this song in their church and enjoy it even more when singing it up to the LORD!
BLESS someone's day by sharing this video with them. A song that is guaranteed to put a smile on someone's face.more >>
A United Methodist charity is looking to provide 700,000 malaria nets to a province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo by mid-March.
The United Methodist Committee on Relief is looking to collect and distribute the large number of nets on behalf of residents of Maniema Province. An estimated 3,000 volunteers will be headed to the eastern Congo province next month, reported Julia Kayser Frisbie of UMCOR.
"While one volunteer hangs a net over the sleeping area in each home, the other speaks with the family," wrote Frisbie. "Their key messages: Mosquitoes bearing malaria parasites transmit the disease through their bites." more >>