Pastor Rick Warren's multi-site megachurch will soon celebrate its 35th year of ministry at the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.
Saddleback Church, an influential congregation that boasts 14 campuses on five continents, will hold a community-wide service on Saturday celebrating the milestone.
In a statement released Wednesday, Pastor Warren said that he and his congregation "thank God for 35 years of blessing our church." more >>
Giedie may be a young girl, but that isn't stopping her from singing an incredible version of this hit. It's a beautiful song about love and needs a powerful voice behind it. You will get chills all over your body when you hear her sing!
It's almost hard to describe how amazing Giedie sounds when she steps on the stage. She doesn't sound like a young girl when she opens her mouth. You will feel the power of love when she starts to hit the high notes. Her performance had all 3 judges turn their chairs in hopes of getting her on their team. After hearing her sing, you could realize that this wasn't the last time you would see this young star. Giedie performed live on The Voice Kids in the Philippines.
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One of the big problems in schools today is that students are always trying to be the "cool kid" in school. It causes problems and makes others feel like an outcast. But, an Independence High School in Thompson's Station, Tennessee, is making everyone feel like they are the "cool kid."
After seeing a person outside of school disrespect their administrator, students decided to push the notion of being nice. It always helps to be nice, being mean is ugly and only leads to negative things. Some teens were featured on the bulletin board for the extent of their kindness. Their influx of kind acts inspired teens to declare one special student as "Coming Home King."
As a result of Independence High School's kindness initiative, the doctrine has been adopted by all 41 schools in their county. more >>
Opening in theaters today is a movie that Christians have been waiting for. There is something special about God's power being shown on the silver screen for all to see. That's exactly what is going to happen with the new movie "Do You Believe?" when it hits theaters today.
The same people who made the Christian film "God's Not Dead" bring you this incredible film. Just from watching this trailer you will be covered in goosebumps. It's more than a movie, it's a question we all must answer in our lifetimes: DO YOU BELIEVE?
Share this with all to see and check out the trailer below: more >>
To kick off a new premier episode of "Dancing With The Stars" this veteran conquers the impossible. Noah Galloway risked his life to serve our country, and tragically lost his left arm and leg. But, holds nothing back when he is presented with the challenge to dance in a competition in front of the world.
What Noah has gone through is very hard to bounce back from. Being able to function properly and live a normal life with crucial parts of your body missing. But, God has given him an outlet to share his story, and show us that nothing in this world is impossible. Even with a leg that is a replacement, he manages to dance in front a crowd, and get a standing ovation. When you see his jaw-dropping performance, you'll be amazed. God bless this hero!
Check out his performance on "Dancing With The Stars" below: more >>
The Houston Police Department has a long history working with the minority community in the city. The strategy to working together was to implement community-oriented policing. This strategy uses problem-solving techniques and partnerships to proactively manage the environment. Watching these officers go around to these people and help them is heartwarming.
When there is good chemistry between the police and the community members, it usually leads to positive things -- including a drop in the crime rate. There are more smiles and less frowns. Some people in the community are usually aware of who commits the crimes, but a relationship must be built before trust can become a factor. NYC began using this system early in the 1990s and crime went down in every category as time went on.
Many of the people who are now homeless had successful lives and college degrees, but things went downhill unfortunately. God loves us all equally, and these people are just lost and need someone to steer them in the right direction. more >>