Publicist to the stars Domenick Louis Nati Jr. recently opened up about saving a suicidal woman's life and helping her get saved by Christ.
In recent weeks, Nati, who represents stars such as rapper DMX and "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" Host Cedric "The Entertainer," attended a service at One Community Church in Lynchburg, Virginia as he does every Sunday, but he had no idea that on that particular day he would prevent a woman from ending her life.
His church pastor launched a program called "Love Unleashed," which is a 500-hour program that requires members of his congregation to "display love to the community." Nati signed up, which is how he met the fragile woman - her name has been withheld for privacy reasons. more >>
A Cincinnati Bengals player got cut from the starting roster, and it's possibly because his head isn't completely on football at the moment. Instead, Devon Still was signed to the practice squad of his football team in order to help him pay for treatment and support his 4-year-old Leah who was diagnosed with cancer.
The whole team and her daddy are behind her during this time. This is a beautiful thing for an organization to do this for Devon, even though he is not on the roster. It is acts of kindness like this that show us how beautiful the world and people can be.
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A Florida man is trusting God wholeheartedly for a complete miracle as he continues to progressively recover from a 2011 accident that left him severely injured with a diagnosis of 72 hours left to live.
Chance McMinn fell from the top floor of his four-story condominium and punctured his lungs, broke his pelvic bone, L1 and L2 vertebrae and femur, and suffered brain injury. But three years later, McMinn is walking again and has limited speech but is relentless in his faith that God will finish the miracle He has started.
"The past three years have been really tough," his wife Stephanie McMinn told The Walton Sun. "But Chance keeps beating the odds. He continues to heal. We've put our trust in God and we know He will restore Chance fully. God is not a halfway God — he does full restoration." more >>
This two-week old baby elephant is sitting next to her mother when she begins to play at the Reid Park Zoo in Tuscon, Arizona. It's actually pretty amazing to see this baby elephant be playful and enjoy blowing bubbles in the water.
On average, it takes about six to eight months for an elephant to use their trunks to eat and drink. This little one is obviously way ahead of the game with learning on how to eat and blow bubbles!
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This man, Sujo John, miraculously escaped the 9/11 tragedy with his life. On a unforgettable day of tragedy, God spared the life of this man who called upon him.
Sujo ran back to one of the towers to go and save his wife who worked in one of the buildings, but before he could get there, the building had collapsed. He saw something that day that saved his life.
"Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved." –Acts 2:21 more >>
This summer, my family vacationed in Southern Utah and I'm reminded about the virtual life I used to live and the real life I now live.
What a splendid week it was! We spent time in the same area that my family had vacationed back in the late 1970's. Over the last 35 years, I have returned there probably 20 times. I first visited Duck Creek as a teen, and now returned at the age of 52 with my wife, three adult children, and Adam's wife, Sherrell. I expect we will continue to return to experience the beauty and history of this area; my hope and desire is that I get the opportunity to teach my grandchildren how to fish in that area and lead them on the same trails I first walked with my own mom and dad.
There is one part of this experience that was amazing – out of all the times I've taken my family, my experience last week was more like my first visit in 1977. I was able to carry my own chair down the trail to the lake. I could bend down and fill my own water bobber from the lake and didn't have to ask one of my sons to fill it for me. I also was able to put any fish I caught on a stringer without having to ask someone else for help! While in Utah we also experienced an awesome performance of Henry IV Part One at the Utah Shakespeare Festival and this year, unlike the years prior to Biggest Loser, I was able to sit in a regular seat instead of the handicapped seating due to my size. What I am telling you is that for me… more >>