The Duggar family of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" reality show has been hit by a new investigation in which the Department of Human Services in Arkansas reportedly called 911 after the family denied agents access to one of the children.
"We have an investigation and I guess they're not being cooperative. We have to see the child to make sure the child is all right. So we just need police assistance," a Washington Country DHS employee is heard telling a 911 operator on May 27, according to information obtained by In Touch magazine.
The magazine noted that it is not known what prompted the investigation, or which one of the children the workers wanted to see. 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 Louisiana school district is speaking out in defense of teachers who use the Bible "to present alternative viewpoints" when teaching on evolution, despite claims from secular scientists that teaching Creationism is "unconstitutional and scientifically-misleading."
Josh Rosenau, spokesperson for the National Center for Science Education, a nonprofit that promotes the teaching of evolution in schools, asserted on the group's website that "one in eight high school biology teachers advocate for Creationism, even though it's 'unconstitutional,'" in response reports that some teachers in Bossier Parish Schools based in Benton, Louisiana, are using the Bible when teaching on evolution.
Rosenau's comments were a reaction to an article in the left-leaning Slate magazine that reportedly acquired emails from faculty in Bossier Parish wherein a science teacher was said to be teaching about Creationism in the classroom and using materials that included the Bible. more >>
For the second year in a row Hunter Gandee took off on a long walk with some extra cargo to raise awareness for cerebral palsy. Like last year, Gandee made the trek with his brother on his back, completing the 57-mile journey across parts of Southeast Michigan on Sunday.
Gandee, 15, carried his brother, Braden, 8, all 57 miles over three days from Braden's elementary school in Lambertville, Michigan, to the University of Michigan's Pediatric Rehabilitation Center in Ann Arbor. Gandee's brother suffers from cerebral palsy.
"I wanted to show people the struggles that Braden has to go through daily," Gandee explained. "I wanted to go out and show people we can make the world a better place for people with cerebral palsy." Gandee has called his little brother an inspiration to him, adding, "He is always there for me." 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.
Check out this pay-it-forward social experiment below: more >>
A 5-year-old German shepherd dog is responsible for this page, which shows off his many talents. Although he loves the spotlight, Dunder will sometimes share with his new buddy, Munster. In this video, a newest member of the family joins them and you get to see if from start to finish, thanks to this amazing timelapse.
Baby Dylan's first appearance on YouTube was actually more about his mommy and their home than actually focusing on Dylan. You get to see from the start of her pregnancy until the day she walks him through the door to meet these his two pet buddies. It's even fun to watch the room change around and stuff get added to the walls. You are also able to see how adorable it is as these two dog buddies await the third brother in the pack.
According to social media posts, both dogs are enjoying young Dylan and are never too far from his side. But, we will have to see how they do once Dylan becomes a star on the phone devices. more >>