Christopher Duffley has been seen on other worship videos praising the Lord during a sermon. In this special performance he is given the opportunity to sing side by side with his sister, Grace.
They sing a cover of "Hold Me" together that will light up your day. Hearing these two beautiful voices sing together will bring an instant SMILE to your face. Although this young man is blind and has autism, God has still blessed him with beautiful talents he shows to the world on video. If you have not heard of Christopher Duffley yet, this is a great introduction.
Be sure to SHARE this awesome video of worship with all your friends. They will be shouting AMEN from start to finish! more >>
The parents of Abdul-Rahman Kassig, an aide worker beheaded by ISIS, issued a statement on Monday calling for forgiveness and prayers for their family.
"Our hearts are battered, but they will mend. The world is broken, but it will be healed in the end," Paula Kassig, mother of Peter Abdul-Rahman Kassig, told the public in a press conference at her church in Indianapolis. "And good will prevail as the one God of many names will prevail."
The younger Kassig, 26, was captured by the terrorist organization in 2013 while on his way to Syria. During his captivity, he converted to Islam and took on the name Abdul-Rahman. He reportedly helped those in the area before being taken hostage. After leaving the army in 2007 due to medical reasons, he realized he wanted to do more. more >>
This amazing young boy named Jaden is sadly celebrating his last birthday due to cancer. But, his dad made sure that no matter what he has the best birthday ever.
It's very sad to hear whenever someone is suffering from cancer. Especially when they are given a timetable and are not sure how much longer they have to live. This amazing boy is only 5 years old and is still bravely fighting his cancer. His dad knows he is a big Spider-Man fan and wants to do something special for him, for possibly his last birthday.
Dressing up like a superhero and jumping off the roof to surprise Jaden was a perfect surprise. Wait until you see his reaction when he sees his favorite superhero land in front of him. This is priceless! more >>
In the book, Sacred Thirst, the author writes, "The bride and groom are standing in front of everyone, looking better than they are ever going to look again, getting so much attention and affirmation. Everybody even stands when they walk in so it's easy to think this marriage, at least, is about them. It's not. Just look at the worn-out parents sitting in the first pew—they understand this. The only reason these parents are still married is because long ago they learned how to handle the hurt they caused each other. They know that the last thing you ever want to do with hurt is to let it define you."
This last statement offers one of the most profound points that I've read on brokenness. Those who do not allow hurt to entrap them can turn brokenness into an unbreakable force, but those shackled by past pain are truly imprisoned by it. The walls we build to protect may eventually imprison.
How can we undo the emotional pain that we experience from failed relationships? First, we must understand that our mind is where battles are won or lost. Those who do not forgive or release bitterness, anger, and hurt, never experience freedom, happiness, or 'true' restoration. It all starts here. more >>
Jason Brown was one of the best centers in the NFL during his time of playing. But he decided something was way more important to him then $37 million. He left football to serve God.
There is one currency that is worth a whole lot more to him then money, and that currency is love. Instead of being a millionaire, he'd rather be a farmer that helps others in need of food. He is paying his good fortune forward by feeding the hungry. Jason's story is guaranteed to warm your heart.
Being a part of the NFL is a dream come true for most, but serving God and leaving the money behind is worth a whole lot more to Jason. The best part is, he LOVES what he does! more >>
Roma Downey shared an amazing photo of a cross formed by clouds in the sky above the set of her new television series "A.D." on Friday.
The "Touched By an Angel" star and her husband, Mark Burnett, are executive producers of "A.D.," which will premiere on NBC Easter Sunday. The couple were filming their original NBC event series in Morocco when an unbelievable sight stopped production in its tracks.
"On the 'A.D.' set this week we were filming Peter and John in front of the Sanhedrin. … When Adam Levy (who plays Peter), turned to Babou Ceesay (who is playing John), and pointed to the sky directly overhead, there they could see clouds had formed in a complete blue sky in the perfect shape of a cross," Downey said in a statement this week. more >>