This 8-year-old boy, Connor "The Crusher" Michalek, became close friends with all those in the WWE community. His legacy and love for wrestling will live on forever. This year, he will be the first-ever recipient of "The Warrior Award" and first fan ever inducted.
He was the darling of fans and WWE community. This special award he received was named after the Ultimate Warrior, a legendary wrestler who passed away in 2014 just days after his own induction into the Hall of Fame. Stephanie McMahon explains, "Ultimate Warrior is an icon in our business, [... his] beliefs were to always believe in yourself and that's why Connor Michalek is absolutely the correct person to receive this award." When you see how this little guy acts around the stars, you will see why he was the perfect selection for this award.
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This young girl, Alyx Delaloye, is bravely fighting leukemia. The one thing that always makes her feel better is watching her favorite hockey team. She caught the attention of the team with a sign she had made and held up. But what one boy did for her at a game will melt your heart.
9-year-old Keaton Hamin selflessly gives Alyx a hockey stick he had just won at the game. He walks over to her, after she came over to see the stick, and hands it to her. It's a moment that will grab your heart and want to be this young man's friend.
For a 9-year-old to be so selfless, it inspires you in so many ways. Giving away a gift he won is tough for a young boy and because he had such a giving heart, he got a surprise in return. Another stick from the team! more >>
Real life "American Sniper" widow, Taya Kyle, penned a heartfelt message to her late husband, Chris Kyle, on what would have been their 13th wedding anniversary.
In a touching Facebook post the 40-year-old single mom of two described her former Navy SEAL husband as a hopeless romantic who enjoyed showering her with gifts. Chris, widely considered to be the most lethal sniper in U.S. history for having 160 confirmed kills, was tragically killed on Feb. 2, 2013, by former Marine Eddie Ray Routh, but his memory lives forever in Taya's heart.
"It's 13 years today. Our wedding anniversary. I miss you and I love you," Taya began. "I feel you in my heart and soul so strongly. I am more blessed to have been your wife than anything else in my life." more >>
Cybill Shepherd has been a Christian and has been in the public eye for a while as a model. This Hollywood superstar had a personal tragedy, which strained her relationship. But, now that she is involved with this film, she shares with us how she turned to Jesus for healing.
This actress is in the new movie "Do You Believe?" which will be hitting theaters soon. Growing up she says she has always been a Christian and involved with giving her time to God. But, after heartbreak she didn't know how to feel. She eventually turned to Jesus for help, and he healed her broken heart. Right after that, she was asked to play a role in a Christian movie. God's perfect timing helped her overcome some hardships in her life.
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An aspiring singer who was rejected from "American Idol" three times has shared how her faith saved her from having an abortion.
On Sunday, Kimberly Henderson, a 26-year-old single mom from South Carolina, shared her harrowing ordeal on social networking site Facebook and the post immediately went viral, garnering more than half a million likes in two days. In it, she recalls her last-minute decision not to undergo an abortion procedure after unexpectedly coming across a powerful scripture.
"Two years ago today I was sitting in an abortion clinic thinking not having Vaida was best for me," Henderson wrote with reference to her two-year-old daughter. "Well this date is forever burned in my brain. ... I think that is God's way of showing me that HIS plan is and will always be greater and bigger than anything and everything I've ever known." more >>
Garth Callaghan has been writing love notes on napkins to place in his child's lunchboxes for years. He has been packaging his daughters lunch since kindergarten. After he was diagnosed with cancer in 2011, it occurred to him that this small gesture that meant so much may soon come to an end.
As soon as the story got out, it went viral. He vowed to write 826 notes so that there is one for every day of school Emma has left, until the day she graduates. After three more diagnoses, Callaghan still remains strong and has taken his note-writing to the next level. He shares his information about his disease on the patientslikeme.com website, where he hopes to help someone with a similar fate.
This website offers anyone with health concerns the chance to share their health experiences and support one another to "take back their health." more >>