A choir of adorable toddlers join forces with the famous pastor with no arms or legs, and together they sing this powerful song to Jesus. Listening to their voices combine with Nick's will touch your heart. Jesus must have a SMILE on His face listening to this one!
Pastor Nick Vujicic was born with no arms or legs, but he knows that God has a reason and purpose for everyone. He is traveling the world to tell his story and share the love of God with others. When he stopped to see this precious choir of little toddlers, he couldn't help but sing a song together with them. Together they sing a powerful song to the Lord that you will certainly feel touch your spirit. They join together to sing "Dear Lord," and their voices will simply melt your heart. It lifts everyone's spirit up high … Hallelujah!
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WASHINGTON — Although Iraqi refugees who fled their homes to escape ISIS are now homeless and living in tents, containers and other makeshift housing arrangements in the Kurdish north, Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali said Wednesday that the morale of displaced refugees is much higher than the media is portraying.
Nazir-Ali, who is the former Anglican Bishop of Rochester, an author and current president of the Oxford Centre for Training, Research, Advocacy and Dialogue, explained during a discussion at the Heritage Foundation that the non-discriminatory involvement that the Christian church community has put forth in supporting Iraqi refugees of all faiths has led those displaced by the barbaric Islamic State to be uncharacteristically hopeful.
Along with an ecumenical delegation of bishops, Nazir-Ali recently visited with refugees in northern Iraq as a guest of the Chaldean Catholic Church and was astounded to find that the refugees, who have lost just about everything due to ISIS, were in much higher spirits than he was led to believe before his visit. more >>
This 22 year-old-girl, Rifqa Bary, always believed she was born into the Muslim faith and there was no escape -- until she got on her knees and prayed to Jesus. He responded in a way she will never forget. Rifqa shares her story with the world, and spreads the name of Jesus.
In 2009, she gained national attention when she ran away from her northeast Columbus home in Florida, saying her father tried to kill her. Since that day, she has been sharing the love of Jesus with everyone she meets. Rifqa has been involved in many interviews that are shown all over the world today.
It is important to know that she doesn't hate Muslims, she actually loves them. Read what she has to say below: more >>
A congregation in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi is being threatened by Muslim criminals who want to seize the church's land. The menacing group is trying to intimidate the Christian community by saying that they'll accuse them of the highly punishable offense of blasphemy if they don't vacate their church property and stop worshiping there.
Members of the Jerusalem Church, a Pentecostal, 300-family congregation in Karachi, have informed International Christian Concern that they've been receiving deadly threats from a group of armed Muslim miscreants, who are known for seizing property from the poor and various targeted killings.
Church members said they were approached in May by the group and were told to leave the church and never return. However, the interaction in May was not the only time that church members were confronted by the group, according to one of the church's pastors, Ilyas Masih. more >>
Hillsong United is thanking fans for the runaway success of their latest album, Empires, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Christian albums chart, with the release of a video for the song "Here Now (Madness)."
The highly-anticipated new album, which hit stores on May 26, also debuted on the Billboard 200 album chart at No. 5, ranked No. 2 on the Digital Albums chart, and remains among iTunes' Top 5 overall album downloads.
Empires is also Hillsong United's second No. 1 on Australia's ARIA Charts. Thankful for the success, the worship band thanked fans by releasing the lyrics video for the latest single from of the new album, "Here Now (Madness)." more >>
These two kids really set a good example on how great it is to pay it forward. The target for their goodwill is fast food workers due to all the news that has been put out lately about minimum wage. You have to see the response they get, and how the people respond afterwards … WOW!
Imagine working the register at a Wendy's and a little boy orders something he does not have the money for, what would your response be? How would you react? Depending on your financial situation, you may want to give him the money he needs to purchase the item. The two examples they show will touch your heart. One of these people doesn't help, and the reason is not given, but he doesn't seem so nice. As for the two that do, they receive $100 in return for their act of kindness. Which puts them in complete shock! An act of kindness that will bring you to tears.
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