Country music star Justin Moore has offered prayers of "strength, safety, guidance and encouragement" to the family of fellow country musician Craig Strickland as rescue crews recovered the body of the missing 29 year old on Monday.
Moore, who's a singer and songwriter represented by The Valory Music Co., shared his condolences to the Strickland family on social media, describing Craig, who went missing during a hunting trip over one week ago, as "kind, thoughtful, bright, talented, driven, and so much more."
"As an artist, Craig has 'it.' From the limited time I've spent with him, as a human being, he also has 'it.' That puts him in rarified air, in my opinion," Moore wrote in a Twitter post on Sunday evening. more >>
The wife of country music star Craig Strickland has looked to Scripture as officials called off the search for her missing husband for yet another night due to poor weather conditions.
Helen Strickland, who wed Craig in November, took to social media on Tuesday evening to thank supporters for their prayers, and to reference Psalm 56:8.
"The search is called for the night, will resume in the morning," Helen wrote on Tuesday evening, adding, "We are overwhelmed with the love and prayers we have received. Thank you all." more >>
The wife of country music singer Craig Strickland has asked fans for prayers after her husband went missing during a recent hunting trip in Oklahoma.
Helen Strickland and other family members have taken to social media to request prayers after her husband's boat was found capsized in Kaw Lake in Kay County after a hunting trip over the weekend.
Strickland and his hunting partner, Chase Morland, had reportedly gone hunting when winter storm Goliath struck Oklahoma and other parts of the south on Monday. more >>
Despite the fact that the Christian fast-food chain Chick-fil-A is notorious for being closed on Sundays, several Texas Chick-fil-A locations operated on Sunday to prepare and distribute free food to victims impacted by the deadly tornadoes that created havoc and destruction throughout the state.
After tornadoes and severe storms swept through the Dallas area over the weekend and killed as many as 11 people and damaged hundreds of buildings, Chick-fil-A employees from a number of stores northeast of Dallas opened the kitchens and volunteered their time to provide free food for first responders and victims of the natural disaster. Volunteers also delivered sandwiches to rescue workers and victims.
The humanitarian work of the Chick-fil-A restaurants was first publicized by Facebook user Jared Guynes who posted on Sunday about how the restaurant chain was breaking its own rule for the "best reason possible." He posted a picture of a Chick-fil-A pickup truck delivering food to a disaster services ambulance. more >>
Extreme weather conditions, ranging from blizzards to tornadoes, have killed at least 43 people across seven states over the Christmas period.
"This is a huge impact on our community, and we're all suffering," said Garland Police Lt. Pedro Barineau from Dallas, where eight people were killed and 15 were injured, according to Fox News.
New Mexico, West Texas and the Oklahoma Panhandle suffered heavy snow fall, while at least nine tornadoes swept through the country, destroying as many as 1,450 homes. more >>
We may not all remember what it was like to encounter snow for the first time, but this one dog's experience will definitely be one to never forget.
Layla, a nine-month old cockapoo puppy, finally got to experience what so many of us take for granted: a nice pleasant snowfall.
And boy did she go crazy happy for it! Running around rapid speed, burrowing about the increasing amount of white stuff on the ground. more >>