Here's a young man with a beautiful and inspiring voice. Christopher Duffley is blind and has Autism, but the 14-year-old doesn't let anything ruffle his feathers — even the opportunity to sing live in front of thousands of baseball fans at Fenway Park.
The sound of his voice will give you chills. Before he begins to sing, he does a warm up routine that will get you pumped. Christopher has made many other videos that have sparked a lot of interest in this popular young star. It's an amazing blessing to hear this young man lift his voice for others, especially in such a memorable setting.
Watching the young man take to the stage, despite challenges like blindness and Autism, really touches the heart. With the power that God gives him to reach and inspire others, Christopher can do anything — and so can you! We can do anything we put our minds to! more >>
When she was just 15-years-old, Lindsay Nieto was told that her father was diagnosed with ALS. "She quietly made peace with the fact that he would never be able to walk her down the aisle at her wedding," reports Today.com. But, Augie Nieto was able to beat the odds on his daughter's wedding day, and it is beautiful!
Lindsay always had her loving father by her side growing up and Augie didn't want to change that on one of the biggest days of his daughter's life. Lindsay married Chris Williams in Rancho Palos Verdes, California and got a very special treat on that day. "Defying the average prognosis of two to five years of survival" for those with ALS, Augie was able to escort Lindsay up the aisle to the altar while harnessed to a scaffolding that helped keep him upright for the emotional ceremony.
Watch this heartwarming father-daughter walk down the aisle below: more >>
Grab some tissues, because a song from this adorable 5-year-old just might bring tears to your eyes. The little girl, named Heavenly Joy, surprises Kathie Lee Gifford when she tells her she wants to sing a song for her. When she starts to sing, it's nearly impossible for Kathie Lee to hold back the tears. It's both beautiful and powerful. A must listen!
Heavenly Joy, a former America's Got Talent contestant, sings "This Little Light Of Mine" for Kathie Lee, which the girl recorded on her phone, and it really touches Kathie Lee's heart. She believes that Kathie Lee lights up the world each and every day when she gets up and speaks in front of the camera, and she lets her know just that. When Heavenly gets called to appear on the show, she has yet another surprise for Kathie Lee and viewers when she sings a precious version of "Jesus" that really shines a light from start to finish.
If you want to shine a light into someone's day, be sure to share this video! more >>
A Georgia man who was shot three times during a home invasion said he prayed for God's grace during the terrifying ordeal.
Mike Lash, a married father of two, was shot three times in his right leg last Monday while protecting his family as four armed men ransacked their Northwest Atlanta home.
Resource officer Mike Gibson does something really touching for a boy he meets in an elementary school classroom that changes both of their lives forever. Once considered "unadoptable," the young boy now finds himself surrounded by people he loves and who love him back.
Before meeting Gibson, the boy had been in and out of eight foster homes. The two became fast friends when Gibson started working at the school. First, the boy started calling him officer, and then one day he accidentally called him dad. It really touched Gibson, who felt a call from the Lord to become a parent to a fourth child. Mike and his wife did what they could to become his parents, filling out extensive paperwork and legal forms. They already have three biological children, and wanted to make this boy feel special by adding him to their growing family.
Watch the special story about RSO Gibson and the young boy who has finally found a home. more >>
If you take Highway 85 through Eau Claire, Wisconsin, you'll see a touching tribute from a husband to his late wife — thousands of bright yellow sunflowers lining the road for 4-and-a-half miles. Don Jaquish made it his mission to honor his wife Babbette's memory by planting fields of her favorite flower. Babbette died last November at 66, after a long battle with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow.
Babbette's legacy extends even beyond the stunning twin fields of sunflowers that each stretch 60 feet wide. Her husband, Don, and daughter, Jennifer White, began a company called Babbette's Seeds of Hope, which uses the proceeds from the sales of the sunflowers to help other cancer patients and their families. The money goes to individual families, hospitals, research and patient advocacy.
"The cost of cancer treatment … the cost of drugs, the travel, the clinical trials, the grueling testing … it's a whole gamut of heartache that goes along with the diagnosis," Jennifer told The Christian Post. "It was her idea to take the beauty of the sunflowers and give donations to other families, to research, to whatever we felt there was a cause for." more >>