After suffering a tragic accident it became very hard to breathe for this 2 year old boy. Help was on its way but with doctors more than 20 miles away from where he was, it seemed as if this would be a tragic accident.
However, amazingly and miraculously, when it looked like there was no way, a random helicopter flew over.
The helicopter came to the rescue and rushed the boy 20 miles to the medical help he needed. more >>
The desire of a Tennessee pastor's wife to feed the needy, including strippers throughout Nashville nightclubs, has grown into a full blown ministry that's also about spreading the Gospel as well.
Erin Stevens, whose husband Todd leads Friendship Community Church, still believes in showing God's love through practical ways just like she has done since she began her ministry nearly two years ago. Stevens provides meals and gifts with no strings attached as part of her Strip Church Ministry.
In their new book, "How to Pick Up A Stripper and Other Acts of Kindness," the Stevens' urge readers to step out of their comfort zone in order to reach people for Christ, while remaining culturally relevant, without compromising their goal of demonstrating God's love through actions. more >>
NFL Hall of Famer and former New York Jets running back Curtis Martin has his pastor to thank for donning jersey number 28 during his time with the Jets, which the team retired for him in 2012.
Martin said he settled on 28 after wearing No. 26 for a while and then finding out that a player who wore jersey 28 was cut from the team. After consulting with his spiritual mentor, he then realized that numbers can have meaning, especially a biblical significance.
"He said (28) because that is a really important Bible verse. It's Deuteronomy 28, and he said that it talks about the blessings for obedience and all that," Martin said, according to NBC Sports. "So I took the number and Deuteronomy 28 became my only ritual before every game. I would read it and that's the reason why I wore No. 28." more >>
By now, most school doors have closed and summer swings into full-tilt fun as teens excitedly romp into the time-honored tradition of summer break.
Yet, along with this free time, lack of homework, and perhaps more time away from the house and parents' watchful eyes come new freedoms that tantalize every teen's mind. . Unfortunately, as school-year stress melts away in the summer sun, also melting away are accountability, structure, supervision, stimulation, focus and even brain cells due to inactivity.
Add to these ingredients some new friends and some extra money from a summer job, and this dangerous summertime cocktail can be the cause of a higher number of young people experimenting with drugs, smoking their first cigarette and trying alcohol in June and July than at any other time of the year. more >>
Summertime means fun time.
For kids, school's out, and free time is in. For families, special memories, trips and other adventures will be made.
For men, the juggling act continues keeping the balls at work in the air, while mixing in some time away from the office for some time with the family. more >>
The U.S. soccer player who scored the quickest American goal in World Cup history Monday recently credited the sport with boosting his relationship with God.
"My parents had started me in the sport to help me learn good people skills," forward Clint Dempsey told Sports Spectrum in May. "Little did I know that the sport I loved and the skills I learned would later play a role in my relationship with God."
The Texan who scored the U.S.'s first goal in its 2-1 win over Ghana and later suffered a brutal kick to the nose, grew up in a Catholic family. His family struggled financially at times and at one point Dempsey, 31, quit soccer club to give his sister, Jennifer, the opportunity to play professional tennis. more >>