A group of Seattle Police Department officers who stopped a driver speeding to the hospital with his pregnant partner in labor with their fourth child, were forced to help the mother deliver the baby as they waited for an ambulance to arrive and it was all caught on camera.
According to a report from the SPD, at about 3:45 a.m. on Sunday, Officer Anthony Reynolds saw a car running red lights and speeding down Martin Luther King Jr. Way S. After he pulled the car over, the driver who was not identified jumped out of the car and shouted that his wife was in labor.
A clip of the video shows the man telling the officer: "She's in labor man … Let me go I can make it." more >>
This woman was on Dr. Phil speaking to the person who shot her in the face many years ago. She was shot in the face as she was mugged. When you look into her eyes, you will see how much pain and suffering she had gone through. But then the shooter had something to say about forgiveness, to help the victim get over the past. Easier said than done, but VERY powerful.
It is clear to see that the victim struggles everyday with what happened to her. Please keep her in your prayers, and hopefully she won't have to go to the doctors every day. It has been a long road to recovery and she wants to let the shooter know how much she struggles everyday with being called "ugly." Pray that she stops getting teased and that our Heavenly Father gives her the grace to forgive. It's hard to even imagine what she is going through, but if she doesn't forgive she will never get past what happened to her.
Listen to her speak to the person who shot her below on the Dr. Phil show: more >>
When a filmmaker named Julie Bayer Salzman overheard her 5-year-old son talking with a friend about how emotions make you feel differently, she was shocked. It inspired her to learn more about how children are affected by these different emotions.
Inspired to learn more about mindfulness, Julie decided to create a short documentary with her husband profiling several of her son's classmates. In one of the metaphors given from a little girl, she explains how anger can seem like shaking up a bunch of glitter in a water-filled jar. "It's like spinning around and then you don't have any time to think." Something like this can be very dangerous and cause a person to overreact and do something they will regret. But, it's not just the compelling metaphors that is inspiring from these kids, but their way of dealing with the anger.
It will truly inspire you in every way and maybe change some bad habits. Just reminding us again that kids can always teach us a thing or two about life. more >>
An unofficial sequel to the hit 1981 film "Chariots of Fire," based on a screenplay co-authored by a Lutheran pastor, may soon hit theatres.
Titled "Absolute Surrender," the story follows the life of famed runner Eric Liddell after the 1924 Olympics as he becomes a missionary in China and eventually in a Japanese internment camp at the end of World War II.
Eric Eichinger, pastor at a Lutheran church in Florida and coauthor of the screenplay, told The Christian Post that the project is "in the development phase," and that they are presently in talks with Mark Joseph to produce the film. more >>
This man lost contact with his whole family and everyone he loved over 7 years ago. But, there was never a clear reason for it. His son Gad never gave up on finding him and on this day, something magical happened.
Gad is invited on a radio show where he is able to share his story with listeners all around three world. It was a very sad story that could bring tears to anyone's eyes after hearing. He loves his father and was determined to find him no matter what. With the help of Kyle and Jackie O, it was finally made possible. They had some investigators look up his father in the system and eventually found his phone number. When Gad gets on the phone with his dad, he is SPEECHLESS.
After hearing the father and son's voice reunited you will be moved. Gad even shares that his dad, Melvin, is a grandpa! more >>
Even though St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has won a Super Bowl ring as a player, has the most career wins of any Tennessee Titans head coach ever and has established a successful career coaching the sport he loves, there was still something missing from his life that kept him from being fully satisfied.
In a new video released Monday by the "I Am Second" movement, the 57-year-old Rams coach explained that although he grew up in the church, he was "turned off" by religion early in his life and never had time as a National Football League head coach to accept the Lord in his heart until he came to the realization in 2010 that he needed Christ to survive life's grind.
Although Fisher identified as a Christian throughout his life, he said that one scaring childhood experience likely led him to live a life separate from God without knowing the true meaning of what accepting Jesus as his Savior truly meant. more >>