Although God made this girl a little different, she still delivers a powerful message. Not everyone is made perfectly. We must accept what we are given, and never envy others. Most of all, wake up every day and just say to yourself that you are "beautiful."
Waking up to tell yourself this, will make you feel so much better about yourself. The point is to love yourself and that will help you love others around you.
A powerful message like this can really touch someone's heart and give them hope. Especially when it is coming from a girl that is missing an arm. Being put in a situation like that can be very stressful, but Sarah just lives her life and doesn't let anything get in the way. more >>
In keeping up with a long-standing Texas gubernatorial tradition on Monday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry passed down Texas' historic governors' Bible to his successor, and underlined text from Matthew 20:25-28 to help guide Gov.-elect Greg Abbott to success in his tenure as Texas' new executive.
In a tradition that began in 1925, when Gov. Pat Neff handed down the same leather-bound Bible to his successor Gov. James Ferguson and marked the words from Psalm 119, Texas governors have since shared the gospel from this nearly century-old Bible with their successors.
The tradition calls for the outgoing Texas governor to not only pass down Bible, but also pick an appropriate verse or passage in the Bible that they want to share with the incoming governor. more >>
Vince Wilfork of the New England Patriots lends a helping hand after being part of a historic victory that led his team to the Super Bowl. While driving home he noticed a Jeep Wrangler rolled onto the side of the road near the stadium.
After seeing this car flipped, Vince did what anyone else would have done. He pulled over and went over the car to help get a woman out.
"Through football and the course of life, I've learned to try to stay poised in certain situations and I'm pretty sure she was kind of scared," Wilfork said Monday in the team's locker room. This was a situation where this man was scared of the situation, but knew he had to help. The police credited him with saving 38-year-old Mary Ellen Brooks and bringing her to safety. more >>
David Oyelowo just played the role of Martin Luther King Jr. in the hit movie "Selma." This actor knows that God led him to a role of a lifetime. He's now opening up about it and it's amazing!
Hearing this British actor profess his faith so confidently will have you saying AMEN! Instead of playing this iconic figure as a legend, he decided to play him as a human being. Doing it this way has helped David understand and embrace this role even better. If you have not seen this movie yet, you should try your best to get to the movie theater soon, because you will truly be touched by David Oyelowo's performance.
Listen to what David had to say about his faith below: more >>
Imagine having lunch with your family and a young boy comes over to your table and makes loud noises and grabs your food. Would you react in a negative way, or realize that something is wrong with him based on his actions?
According to a survey, 1 in every 88 children is diagnosed with autism. So it may be possible to run into a person with autism once a week. This hit TV show "What Would You Do" recreated the struggle parents of children with autism face each and every day. When you see how a majority of these heroic strangers reacted to a boy acting up in a restaurant, it will bring joy to your heart.
Aside from one guy who acting inappropriately to the situation, every other person showed compassion and love for this one boy.This video will restore your faith in humanity! more >>
Every young sports fan dreams of being a professional athlete—the physique, fame and fortune. Unfortunately, when we pick up the Sports page or log on to the net, we see on a regular basis that not all athletes are as strong at home as they are on the field. That's because there's one more thing that often accompanies professional athletic success: Adoring women.
Sex scandals have taken down some of the most amazing athletes and their marriages. Sitting atop of their game, many athletes don't know how to deal with the adoration of women, and fall to a lack of self-control and/or short-term memory loss. Then POOF—their marriage is in shambles, reputation tainted, costly divorce proceedings, and the media hyenas eat up the infidelity stories until there is nothing left on the bone.
You might be surprised to know, however, I don't think the No. 1 threat to marriage is infidelity. Of course, cheating can certainly cause divorce and make it extremely difficult to recover a healthy marriage. And, yes, I agree women can be highly tempting, but they are merely accomplices—because the hunger for power, money, fame and success can also consume a man and wreck a marriage. more >>