An official from the University of Alabama has delivered an apology to a pro-life student group for removing their display at a campus facility.
Carl Bacon, director of the Ferguson Center, sent an emailed apology to Bama Students for Life stating that their display could return to the center after being removed.
"Please accept my apology that your display was removed without your knowledge two days before your reserved time expired. You have two options available to you to complete your 30-day reservation," wrote Bacon. more >>
A 30-year-old British woman who was told by doctors to abort her unborn baby while she was pregnant because it would die, defied their expert advice and gave birth to a healthy baby boy she is now calling a "miracle."
According to Mail Online, from the moment first-time mother Rachel Collins discovered she was pregnant she began keeping a diary.
"I decided to keep a diary from the minute I found out I was pregnant, to show our baby how much we wanted him," she said. more >>
An Ohio man whose heart stopped for 45 minutes after suffering a massive heart attack says he ended up on a heavenly pathway lined with flowers and spoke with his dead in-laws as doctors feverishly tried to get his heart going again.
Brian Miller, 41, recently suffered a massive heart attack involving his main artery and was doing well after receiving treatment at University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center in Ohio, according to FOX 8.
Miller's heart, according to medical staff at the hospital, went into a deadly arrhythmia called ventricular fibrillation. more >>
Before hitting the bobsled track on Tuesday for her Winter Olympics debut, Lolo Jones praised God on Facebook and shared a Bible verse to her nearly 300,000 followers.
Jones also made a nod to her bobsled teammate: "I am honored to race with you... Jaz, I know how hard you worked to get here. I've celebrated with you when we both won bobsled medal together and I've also shared your frustration when we didn't. I can't wait to go in this battle with you," wrote Jones on Monday, a day before she and her teammate were set to compete in the Winter Olympics for the first time.
Jones, who currently sits in 11th place with Fenlator after the first two rounds of competition ended on Tuesday, said that she believed that regardless of the outcome "God has already answered our prayers." more >>
Diners at a Maui restaurant stun thir waiter with a $1,000 gratuity on a $61 meal and cite two Scriptures on their check.
"Not a typo!" the diners wrote on the receipt that included the Bible verses "2 Cor 9:7" and "Jeremiah 29:11," Hawaii News Now reported Monday.
Terry Thrasher, whose family owns Maui Brick Oven, told Hawaii News Now that he and his wife spoke to the visitors and described their convrsation as "amazing." more >>
A Michigan church made their vision a reality when they gathered thousands of volunteers to prepare over two million meals in three days to feed hungry children around the world last weekend.
Pastor Brad Powell of NorthRidge Church led the "2 Million Meals" project with nearly 9,000 helpers who assembled the meals consisting of rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and 21 vitamins and minerals. The meals will be shipped to El Salvador, Haiti and the Philippines, where 5,560 children will be able to eat a meal every day for one year.
"The truth is, this has been an amazing experience because of the impact it's going to cause in the lives of every child and every person who's going to eat these meals," said Powell, according to ABC News. "But I think you can see from the energy in this room and all that's going on it's going to change more than just the lives of those who will eat this food." more >>