Manny Pacquiao, boxer and member of the Philippine House of Representatives, attended the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. last Thursday and spoke about his faith and intention to serve God in everything he does.
"I'm happy to be here because it's a chance to share my faith, my belief in God," Pacquiao told Fox News Sunday. "God has a purpose … He bring me back into His kingdom to glorify His name, to let people know that there is a God who can raise people from nothing into something."
The current welterweight champion used to lead a life full of partying, gambling, and drinking. However, that all changed when he heard God speak to him in a dream. more >>
Pop star Katy Perry claims that God spoke to her and encouraged her before she went out to perform at Super Bowl XLIX last weekend. Some Christians, such as Creation Museum CEO Ken Ham, called one of the songs she sang "meaningless garbage" and said it was "sensuous and evil."
"I over prepared myself and did a lot of prayer and meditation," Perry told E! News host Ryan Seacrest at the 57th annual Grammy Awards about how she prepared for the half-time performance.
"It's funny, I was praying and I got a word from God and He says, 'You got this and I got you.' And then I was on top of the lion and a guy, a random guy, just looked on me with a headset that I've never communicated with before and he just looked me straight in the eyes and said, 'You got this.' And I was like, 'Oh, this is God confirming I can do this," she added. more >>
After the gruesome on-court accident last summer, fans of the Indiana Pacers' Paul George may see the player getting back to into action "as soon as next month."
Pacers president Larry Bird announced to the media that if the 24-year-old shooting guard is already cleared by his attending doctors and is deemed ready to play, he would readily put him back into the competition.
"It seems like every week Paul is getting better and better," Bird told ESPN. "So if we do have an opportunity to get into the playoffs and [George] can get some games under his belt and get ready to go next year ... I always say if a player is ready to play, they gotta play." more >>
The Westlake High marching band's impressive performance starts off great and ends even better. First they play, then they welcomed home one of their own member's father from Afghanistan.
It goes from great to awesome in less than a minute. When you see this soldier surprise his family you can't help but feel moved. Grab a box of tissues for this reunion of a soldier and his family. God bless all those fighting oversees for our freedom. They are our heroes!
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Lolo Jones has officially completed her three week fast that kept her off of social media earlier this year and is sharing Scripture while letting people know how to lessen their stress.
"Lighten your anxiety. When Prayers go up, Stress goes down," Jones captioned a photograph of herself on Instagram with the scripture 1 Peter 5:7 which reads, "Cast all your worries on him, because He cares for you."
Jones, the 32-year-old Olympic hurdler and bobsledding athlete, has been vocal about her Christianity for some time and did the same when announcing her decision to announce her period of consecration to Instagram followers earlier this year. more >>
While a sledge hockey team was practicing one day, they got a surprise they were never expecting. Gatorade, which is known for sponsoring many famous players and athletes, surprises an unsuspecting sledge hockey team.
Without any notice, Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburg Penguins and Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers, and a few others, surprise a sledge hockey team. This team, known as The Cruisers, got a chance to face off with their favorite NHL players with home-ice advantage. It was the opportunity of a lifetime that they most definitely will never forget.
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