Singer Alex Boye puts a creative spin on Disney's hottest song, performing an Africanized tribal cover of "Let It Go" with the One Voice Children's Choir. 11-year-old Lexi Walker was blessed with a beautiful voice that will leave you speechless. She also plays an incredible role of Elsa, from the Disney movie Frozen.
If you are a fan of the Disney movie Frozen, then you will LOVE this cover of "Let It Go."more >>
A mother at a Utah shopping mall decided to censor a group of graphic T-shirts on sale at a retail chain by purchasing all of them.
Judy Cox was recently shopping at the University Mall in Orem with her 18-year-old son when she saw the mall's PacSun store displaying T-shirts that had lewd images on them.
After complaining to the store manager about the window display of T-shirts came to naught, Cox took the atypical route of buying all 19 shirts on display, the Daily Herald reported earlier this week. more >>
The pageantry of the Winter Olympics opening ceremony celebrates the competition that brings the world together for a moment in time. It's always full of hopes to be realized and hopes that will be ruined. Nevertheless, there is hope.
For many countries, there are no professional sports leagues like in the United States. For them, these world games represent the highest level of competition, the ultimate challenge. To stand with a Gold medal draped around your neck represents the epitome of excellence.
The fact is, we will all get an "awards ceremony" – sooner or later. At the end of our lives, banners will be raised, our names will be called and we will step onto a platform. The question is will you be facing Jesus? more >>
Matthew Shields, 9, was born without fingers on his right hand, and as a result is faced with challenges for many basic tasks most do not even consider each day.
Matthew's disability had been a minor issue for most of his childhood, but as he got older his mother noticed he was hiding his hand in his pocket each day coming home from school. His peers had been teasing him, and so his mother went to search for a solution.
With the help of a 17-year-old family friend, Mason Wilde, they were able to access a 3-D printer at Johnson County Research Library. They discovered the blueprints to a Robohand and were able to print it out. It took 8 hours to print the 3-D Robohand but the result was amazing. more >>
We often forget to take the time to really speak with one another and make each other feel appreciated. Life is too short and we should use the time we have to love and appreciate one another.
In this video, one man takes it upon himself to walk around with flowers and hand them out to random people. He puts a SMILE on many people's faces and hopes by sharing this video we can all do the same.
He uses the quote: "Use your smile to change the world...don't let the world change your smile." more >>
The man behind "Tips for Jesus," rumored to be former PayPal Vice-President Jack Selby, spoke to a magazine for the first time, sharing how and why he began the "movement," and also stated that he's not doing it for Jesus.
The anonymous man, described as uncommonly well dressed and who's given away about $130,000 in exceptionally large tips at restaurants and bars in more than a dozen cities in the United States and Mexico over the last six months, didn't allow San Francisco Magazine to reveal his name though.
Tips given by him have the words "God bless!" scrawled across the receipt and the handle @tipsforjesus stamped next to the signature. But it's not Christian generosity, he said. "The movement we have started is intended to be agnostic," he was quoted as saying. The magazine, however, doesn't explain what he meant by the word "agnostic." more >>