If you look on YouTube nowadays and search the term "kid-shaming," you will probably find many videos. In these videos, parents discipline their children live on camera. This man has the answer to these videos, and fools everyone when he begins to preach about Jesus!
This father wasn't about to join the bandwagon of parents embarrassing their children on the internet. So with a little help from his son, he was able to get his message out to the world with his clever idea. When you hear his message about being a Godly parent, you will be shouting "AMEN!" He mentions that good parenting starts with getting up in the middle of the night and praying for them. Also, by showing them the way, and leading by example. When you get to know Jesus Christ, he will show you how to handle your kid.
This message needs to be shared with all … love your kids, love Jesus, and love the world! more >>
A North Carolina pastor whose two baby sons died in a car accident on May 23 told mourners at their funeral that he and his wife have forgiven the driver of the truck that rear-ended the family's car near Wilmington.
As previously reported by The Christian Post, pastor Gentry Eddings of Forest Hill Church in Charlotte, his 8-months-pregnant wife, Hadley, and their 2-year-old son, Dobbs, were travelling on their way home in two separate cars when a box truck struck the car carrying Hadley and Dobbs.
Dobbs died in the accident, while Hadley was rushed to a nearby hospital where an emergency C-section was performed in hopes of saving Eddings' unborn child. The newborn baby, who they named Reed, survived only two days before Forest Hill Church announced last Monday that he had died. more >>
Students at Profile Junior-Senior High School in Bethlehem, New Hampshire are giving back to their principal. Courtney Vashaw was recently diagnosed with a rare soft tissue cancer, so her students decided to give up their expensive senior trip to donate the money toward her.
It's a selfless act that won't be looked over. Courtney has been in the school for about seven years alongside the same kids since middle to high school. This selfless act has helped her toward the treatment she will need in New York.
Vashaw has taught her students to be the best they can be. The school now ranks as the second best-performing high school across the entire state of New Hampshire. Now the students' long-distance trip has turned into more of a local one, but, it's all for a good cause and inspires others to give. more >>
A Nevada School has apologized for not allowing a preacher's 12-year-old daughter to include the Bible verse John 3:16 in a homework assignment.
In response to a letter of complaint sent by the Texas-based Liberty Institute, Somerset Academy of the Shelby County School District replied with an apology.
Illinois may soon become the latest state to pass legislation banning the practice of sexual orientation change efforts therapy for LGBT youth.
Last week the state legislature passed House Bill 217, sending it to the desk of Governor Bruce Rauner, who has not indicated whether or not he will sign it into law.
Samantha Ames of the National Center for Lesbian Rights said in a statement last Friday that she and her organization were proud of the legislature's action. more >>
Montana students have a constitutional right to go on a public school field trip to a dinosaur museum, despite threats from secularists that a lawsuit would follow, according to a legal group based in Florida.
The Liberty Counsel, a conservative legal group, contacted officials at Glendive School District last Thursday regarding the public school system's cancellation of a field trip to the Glendive Dinosaur & Fossil Museum after administrators received a letter from the Washington D.C.-based secular group, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, threatening a potential lawsuit if the students went on the field trip because the museum teaches the biblical view of Creation.
The secular group's threat of a lawsuit led to the school district's decision to cancel the field trip for its elementary school students. more >>