Having to deal with a granddaughter who is diagnosed with cancer was hard for this girl and her parents. Her loving grandfather did something heartwarming after dealing with the loss of his son in a tragedy. He finds a way to grieve by giving back.
This granddad found out about both these situations in the same year. After hearing about the cancer, Roger and his son started to create a radio flyer cart in which you can take patients around the hospital with their medicine still connected.
Tragically, his son passed away during the process. more >>
Contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns' lead singer Mark Hall, had so many prayers going up to heaven for him as he underwent surgery to remove a cancerous kidney on Wednesday even the hospital staff were reportedly praying for him.
"Can't believe it, but so far every hospital staff person I've met so far has said they've been praying for us already. We came here prepared to love on them but they have been loving on us," said an update posted on the band's Facebook page Wednesday.
Mark revealed his battle with cancer last Thursday via the band's website and social media accounts and requested prayer. In a post on Tuesday, his wife Melanie asked fans and other well-wishers to pray for four specific things and the number one item on that list was for a smooth surgery and favor with the hospital staff. more >>
Brian Ivie, a 24-year-old filmmaker from Orange County, California, set out three years ago to South Korea to make the film to end all films. Fortunately for him, that didn't work out. Instead, he encountered the man he now calls his spiritual father — and became a curator of this man's powerful and profound story of sacrifice and love.
Ivie, eager and working from a script set in his mind of how things would certainly go, set out on Dec. 15, 2011, for Seoul, South Korea, with a crew of 11 (mostly friends and his younger brother, Kevin) after a simple email exchange with Pastor Lee Jong-rak.
When Hurricane Katrina hit the south, this woman lost everything. Tonya Boyd-Cannon grew up singing in church and went on to share her gift with inmates in jail. She feels that although they made a mistake, we shouldn't write them off. Now she finally gets her chance to shine in front of everyone, and it's a must see!
From the early days of singing in the church to going out on her own and singing with those who don't get much company. She visits the inmates frequently, and puts a smile on their faces by singing with them. But, now she wanted to take her chance to shine.
Tonya is confident she will do well when she steps on the stage for "The Voice," and she most definitely was! Listening to her sing her soulful version of "Happy" will have you standing up and clapping along. She is awesome! more >>
Third Day's brand new album Lead Us Back: Songs of Worship is already scaling the charts this week, landing at No. 20 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart and No. 1 on Billboard's Top Christian and Gospel Albums Chart.
Marking the release of their album on March 3, the contemporary Christian rock band performed before a sold-out audience at New York City's Beacon Theatre. Then, days later, Third Day swept "Fox & Friends" on March 7 where they performed their lead single from the new album, Soul On Fire, which remains at No. 8 on the Christian National Audience Chart.
Third Day is currently preparing for their "Soul On Fire Tour," which kicks off in Canada on April 29. Furthermore, the band will come to the Gwinnet Arena on June 6 for their "Third Day & Friends" event, which was sold out a month in advance, before making a stop at Red Rocks on June 9. more >>
Jodi DiPiazza was very young when she was diagnosed with autism. She had a very hard time speaking, and her family thought she may never learn to. So they decided to get her help right then and there. Now, a few years later, Jodi is doing things no one ever expected!
This beautiful young lady is now singing in front of an audience for all to see. At first, she had trouble getting along with anyone around her and communicating was nearly impossible. But, thanks to her loving parents and those around her, she was able to overcome it all. Superstar Katy Perry and Jodi sing together on the special "Night Of Too Many Stars." This performance will really touch your heart. A perfect song for all those suffering with autism or any disability. You're a FIREWORK!
Watch the live performance of Katy Perry and Jodi DiPiazza below: more >>