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Watch this compassionate child defend her reasons for not eating animal products.
Music legend David Cassidy speaks about how he learned he was suffering from dementia.
Officer Brandon Tatum explains why you cannot disrespect the flag without respecting it, why it means so much to Americans, and why the NFL needs to stop disrespecting it.
Let There Be Light
Executive producer Sean Hannity releases his faith-based box office success, Let There Be Light.
Directed by Kevin Sorbo, who also plays the lead role of an atheist having a near-death experience that opens
his spiritually blind eyes to the true light that he once vehemently rejected.
May this be a lesson to all of us that determination, heart, and hard work are the key to being successful.
Steve McQueen truly is an American icon. Recently, Esquire Magazine noted that even 50 years after his career's peak, Steve McQueen "is still the King of Cool." Despite abounding biographies and articles on the acting legend's life, many people are unaware that Steve McQueen was a believer in Jesus Christ.
A Michigan woman who sacrificed the chance to prolong her life in order to give birth to her sixth child has died. Nick DeKlyen tells The Associated Press that his wife, Carrie DeKlyen, died early Saturday surrounded by family. He says among the last things he said to her were, “I’ll see you in Heaven.” Doctors removed Carrie DeKlyen’s feeding and breathing tubes on Thursday, a day after she gave birth to her daughter Life Lynn DeKlyen. The mother chose to forgo chemotherapy to treat her brain cancer, since it would have meant ending her pregnancy. Life Lynn was born prematurely and weighs 1 pound, four ounces, but is doing well. The couple from the western Michigan city of Wyoming have five other kids
The Sir Nicholas Winton Story - Saving the Children
Nicholas Winton saved the lives of hundreds of young Jews, one of whom was the CBS's Joe Schlesinger. Both men returned to Slovakia to attend an occasion like no other.
Jeanet Oscario shares her journey from a dark past controlled by satanic influences to a bright present and future filled to overflowing with God's love, hope, joy and everlasting peace.
What keeps us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it's fame and money, you're not alone – but, according to psychiatrist Robert Waldinger, you're mistaken. As the director of 75-year-old study on adult development, Waldinger has unprecedented access to data on true happiness and satisfaction. In this TEDTalks conference, he shares three important lessons learned from the study as well as some practical, old-as-the-hills wisdom on how to build a fulfilling, long life.
Watch and share this power testimony of how two loving parents dealt with the rare, tragic diagnosis that their only child had a debilitating genetic disease. Project Alive is a powerful voice for children and adults with Hunter Syndrome, bringing together families and advocates with researchers, industry, and regulators. Project Alive funds promising curative research, assists researchers and industry with designing research studies for our community, and advocates for the most effective and efficient system of clinical research, evaluation, and approval. Through its innovative campaigns and grassroots efforts, Project Alive has made significant advances in public awareness about Hunter Syndrome and its symptoms, the need for early diagnosis, and available treatments and clinical trials.
Project Alive is a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Tennessee and is qualified under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code with a tax ID of 46-4617970. Project Alive was formerly named Saving Case & Friends, Inc.
The mission of Project Alive is to cure Hunter Syndrome / Mucopolysaccharidosis II through research and advocacy. To find out how you can help and bring real hope to these stricken children, go to http://projectalive.org/hunter-syndrome/
Carl Lentz, the pastor of Hillsong Church in New York City, has made headlines for his influence on Bieber and Irving.
Funny man Jim Carrey recently delivered an inspiring message to a room full of former inmates saying they chose to "walk through the gate of forgiveness to grace."
9-year-old transplant patient stuns crowd on AGT
Angelica Hale was the "girl on fire" when she performed on America’s Got Talent. Hale battled serious illness before impressing on the AGT stage. At just four years of age, she contracted Sepsis, a life-threatening bacterial infection in her lungs. Hale needed a kidney transplant. Thankfully, Angelica’s mother Eva Hale was a match and she donated a kidney to save her daughter.
The Accurate Story Behind the Star Spangled Banner
The true story of how our national anthem came to be.
The Battle of Fort McHenry, through Francis Scott Key's Eyes
When the British army held Francis Scott Key captive aboard one of their warships during the Battle of Baltimore, they could never have guessed his stay would inspire their enemy's most-patriotic song.
Frank Abagnale gained notoriety in the U.S. and overseas for his fraudulent crimes.
Fred A. Kummerow, a German-born biochemist and lifelong contrarian whose nearly 50 years of advocacy led to a federal government ban on the use of trans-fatty acids in processed foods, a ruling that could prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths a year, died on Wednesday at his home in Urbana, Ill. He was 102.
His family announced his death. He had been a longtime professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Artificial trans fats — derived from the hydrogen-treated oils used to give margarine its easy-to-spread texture and prolong the shelf life of crackers, cookies, icing and hundreds of other staples in the American diet — were ruled unsafe by the Food and Drug Administration partly in response to a lawsuit that Professor Kummerow filed against the agency in 2013, two months shy of his 99th birthday. The ban, announced in 2015, goes into effect in 2018.
Professor Kummerow was one of the first scientists to suggest that the saturated fat in butter, cheese and meats did not contribute to the clogging of arteries and was in fact beneficial in moderate amounts. This hypothesis, controversial at the time, was proved correct.
His own diet, he said, included red meat, whole milk and eggs scrambled in butter
Bill Maher vs. an intelligent Christian (Maher loses).
The Christian author, Ross Douthat, NY Times columnist, defend his faith and wins!
Sheila Walsh - Escaping the Darkness of Depression
Former 700 Club co-host and best-selling author Sheila Walsh shares her personal journey from severe clinical depression to freedom, and her mission to encourage others to seek help.
The Dodie Osteen Story
Doctors told Dodie Osteen she had three weeks to live. But God laughed! For 36 years Dodie has prayed for the sick, cast out demons and ministered compassion to people of all walks of life. She says your destiny lives with the Jesus in you.
Police Officer's Final Act of Kindness
Police Officer's Final Act of Kindness Caught on Tape Before Dying
The Kindness Diaries
Leon Logothetis traded in his desk job to chase his dreams. He went to 40 places in nearly 20 countries in five months, with no money, food or places to stay. Logothetis joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the book about his journey, "The Kindness Diaries: One Man's Quest To Ignite Goodwill and Transform Lives Around the World."
Healing Neen follows the amazing recovery of Tonier 'Neen' Cain from a lifetime of abuse and drug addiction to a career as a nationally-known speaker and educator on the devastation of trauma and the hope of recovery. For 19 nightmarish years, she lived on the streets, racking up 66 criminal convictions, until finally treatment for her trauma offered her a way out and up. Her story points to the consequences of untreated trauma to individuals and society at-large, including mental health problems, addiction, homelessness and incarceration.
I am Second® - Scott Hamilton
After being diagnosed with his third brain tumor last summer, the Olympic figure skater learned at a February check-up thatthe growth a benign pituitary tumor has shrunk in size without treatment. Hamilton opens up about his past health crises and his enduring determination to serve Jesus.
One of the Best PRO-LIFE Speeches EVER - Gianna Jessen - ABORTION SURVIVOR
Gianna Jessen is an abortion survivor. This is the full speech and it is usually only available in two separate parts. Gianna was speaking at Queen's Hall Parliament House in Victoria, Australia on the eve of the debate to decriminalize abortion in Victoria.
Lynsi Snyder - I Am Second
From grief and desperation to fulfillment and joy, this is Lynsi’s story.
Nobel Prize Winner shares how to live a long, healthy life
Have you wondered why some 60-year-olds look and feel like 40-year-olds and why some 40-year-olds look and feel like 60-year-olds? Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn and leading health psychologist Dr. Elissa Epel have discovered that there are changes we can make to our daily habits that will lengthen our telomeres and help to keep us vital and disease-free.
Steve Jobs' 2005 Stanford Commencement Address
Drawing from some of the most pivotal points in his life, Steve Jobs, chief executive officer and co-founder of Apple Computer and of Pixar Animation Studios, urged graduates to pursue their dreams and see the opportunities in life's setbacks -- including death itself -- at the university's 114th Commencement on June 12, 2005.
The True Story of Desmond Doss - Award-Winning True Documentary of Hacksaw Ridge
Private Desmond Doss walked into the bloodiest battle of World War II’s Pacific theater with nothing to protect himself save for his Bible and his faith in God. A devout Christian and conscientious objector, Doss had enlisted as a medic and refused to carry a rifle.The fighting took place on the hellish Maeda Escarpment in April 1945. The battlefield, located on top of a sheer 400-foot cliff, was fortified with a deadly network of Japanese machine gun nests and booby traps. The escarpment, nicknamed Hacksaw Ridge for the treacherously steep cliff, was key to winning the battle of Okinawa. The mission was thought to be near-impossible, and when Doss’s battalion was ordered to retreat, the medic refused to leave his fallen comrades behind.Facing heavy machine gun and artillery fire, Doss repeatedly ran alone into the kill zone, carrying wounded soldiers to the edge of the cliff and singlehandedly lowering them down to safety. Each time he saved a man’s life, Doss prayed out loud, “Lord, please help me get one more.” By the end of the night he had rescued an estimated 75 men. (The always modest Doss reckoned he saved about 50, but his fellow soldiers gauged it closer to 100. They decided to split the difference.)Now, the unbelievable story has come to life in the Mel Gibson-directed Hacksaw Ridge, with Andrew Garfield starring as Doss. The film earning a 10-minute standing ovation at its red carpet world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September.
She Gave Me More
On a cold December day in 1988, a poor crippled Eastern Shore widow named Aunt Mary Riley shared with me the greatest Christmas gift of all. In the spring of 1990, this same 84-year-old woman was found murdered inside her one room house, stabbed to death by a young neighbor boy high on crack cocaine. According to the world's standards, Aunt Mary had nothing of value, but according to God's standards, she possessed the greatest gift of all. Once again, it is my honor to share the true story of how a 15-minute encounter 26 Christmases ago with a precious lady helped me discover the only true gift of lasting value - a gift so precious, it will last for all eternity!
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner discussed his new book, "Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life's Storms," which begins with a "stomach punch" from Belichick in a chapter titled "Cut."
The Phil Robertson Story
Three generations. One duck related Dynasty. The Robertson family story told through the lens of Phil, Kay, Jep and Reed. From their humble beginnings and struggle in keeping their family together to a behind the scenes look into the Robertsons' continued commitment to faith, family and ducks amidst their immense success
I am Second® - Duche Bradley Story
Duche Bradley grew up without a father. Anger and loneliness filled the void. As he grew older, these emotions carried him from lonely kid to street punk to brazen drug dealer. Machine guns and shotguns, Saran wrapped crack cocaine, and bloody knuckles set the background for his life.cHe consoled himself by swearing that though his father left him, he would never leave his son. Never. But as dealing drugs moved from part time gig to full-time obsession, his lifestyle caught up. A simple traffic stop turned into a gun-to-his-head haul off to jail and suddenly Duche Bradley was faced with decades of jail and a lifetime away from his son. His feared that his promise to his son would be broken.
A multi-talented family has taken Boca Raton, Florida by storm with their incredible academic achievements.
Hell Experience of Ex-Satanist - John Ramirez
John Ramirez was a demon worshiper. He was also a high ranking satanic priest in New York. One day, he got invited to church by his girl friend. He got delivered by demons. Now, he is preaching gospel.
Great story. Professing atheists (not all of course) don't believe GOD exists more along the lines that they don't want Him to exist, therefore writing Him off.
'War Room's' Pricilla Shire on the Power of Prayer
Priscilla Shirer, star of the faith-based movie "War Room," spoke with CBN's Efrem Graham about the film, faith, and the real-life power of prayer.
The title of this video tells it all. Please share this power story of a young girl's journey from religion, to worldly sin, to true repentance.
In the wake of Joey Feek's death from cancer, the late country singer's husband Rory is opening up about her emotional public memorial.
Held in her hometown of Alexandria, Indiana, on Sunday, the event honored Joey's childhood, years performing with Rory as Joey+Rory and the legacy of love she left behind for the couple's daughter, Indiana, 2.
"In the Alexandria High School gymnasium – the same place where Joey had played basketball and volleyball and cheered for her home team – a few thousand people gathered together in her honor," wrote Rory, 50, on his blog This Life I Live on Friday. "But this time, the cheers were all for her."
Even though he managed to smile at the event, Rory says it was challenging to prepare himself on their way to Indiana from their home in Pottsville, Tennessee, where Joey was laid to rest on March 8.
"A few minutes before, as Indy was still napping, I sat in the back hallway of the bus and did my best to come up with a few words to say ... to thank this town and to lift up my beautiful bride and this community," he penned.
Rory explained how the town has impacted not just Joey's life, but his as well. He reminisced about the first time he visited Alexandria in April 2002, when he proposed to her after just two months of dating. After asking for permission from Joey's father for her hand in marriage, Rory took her for a walk down the road where her brother was killed in a car accident years earlier.
"Back at her mama's farmhouse, I took Joey's hand and we walked west through the dark, down the little lane that they live on," Rory wrote. "We stopped about a quarter-mile away, right in front of the white cross on the side of the road where Justin had been killed.
Rory recalled how Joey told him she and her "mama were the first ones to the scene," where she "knelt over her brother" and prayed for him "minutes after the accident that took his life."
He added: "I wanted to change that moment for her ... to try to make it better. To turn that place into a beautiful beginning instead of a heartbreaking ending."
Having made "a hundred trips back" since then, Rory said none have been more special than going back for Joey's memorial on March 13.
"We took one final tour bus ride home. To Joey's town," he shared. "To grieve with and celebrate with the people in her community. And to lift up one of their own with tears and joy and songs and speeches."
Rory thanked the people of the town for their outpouring of love and generosity.
In memory of my dear friend, Rose Price
Those of us who did not experience the Holocaust firsthand can never truly comprehend it, nor can we really understand how faith triumphs over such terror, but my friend Rose Price tells her story in vivid detail of how a Jew named Yeshua not only saved this Holocaust survivor from her hellish earthly torments from the ravages of unforgiveness, but for all eternity!
High pH Coffee!!!
In October of 2014, I was faced with a difficult decision. I had just been diagnosed with aggressive prostate cancer. I was also suffering daily from severe joint pain and inflammation throughout my body. I had no other choice, but to take my website's advice and totally eliminate all acidic foods and beverages from my diet; including my all time favorite drink, coffee! Four month after staring my high pH alkaline diet (consuming foods and drinks with a pH of 7 or higher), all of my inflammation was gone, never again to return. Also, in February of 2015, I had my prostate surgically removed and I am now cancer free! The only staple from my daily diet that I truly missed was my morning cup of coffee. Now- "Praise God!"- over one year later, I can start my day once again with a full cup of hazelnut coffee! Watch this simple experiment I tried two weeks ago that will raise the pH of your daily cup of coffee from a highly acidic 4.5 to a healthy 7.5.
the billionaire that the left loves to hate.
The Koch brothers are often cast by President Obama and Democrats as "boogeymen," who use their fortune to rig the system and buy the country. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has mentioned them 289 times from the Senate floor, painting them as "evil." The White House put the brothers on an "enemies list" during the 2012 presidential campaign. Despite the frequent attacks, the two rarely sit down for interviews.
But tonight on "The Kelly File," Charles Koch talks to Megyn Kelly in a fascinating discussion about what he believes is behind the vitriol and much more.
Cathleen Falsani, the author of "Belieber! Fame, Faith, and the Heart of Justin Bieber," talks to KPBS about her book on Justin Bieber and his faith in God.
A Powerful Story!
Kathie Lee Gifford returns to the co-host seat of the Today Show for the first time since her husband Frank passed away and shares how she and her family are coping with the loss and the personal and touching story of how his faith shaped his life.
The year was 2014. I was sick. Sicker than I had ever been in my entire life! I had inflammation from head to toe. Every joint of my body ached constantly. At times the pain was excruciating! I was also obese. None of my clothes fit anymore. I was also up all hours of the night having difficulty urinating. My PSA, a protein used to measure prostate inflammation and cancer, was off the charts at 21. Physically, I was a 62 year-old physical wreck on the verge of receiving some very devastating news. My urological biopsy results indicated I had aggressive prostate cancer.
That was last year. Today is August 5th, 2005. I am totally pain free, inflammation free, cancer free and 50 pounds lighter. (I am back to my high school waistline!!). How did I do it, you might ask? I took my own advice found at my website, bemadewhole.net. Watch my testimony and find out.
The Return of the Violin
Testimony of the Month
Meet Hamoody Smith, a fearless, wildly ambitious 12-year-old boy. For a moment when you see him, you are struck by what's different about him physically: The facial disfigurement. The prosthetic eye. The misshapen nose. But within moments all of that is gone, and you are struck by what's different about him in every other way; the life that seems to pour out of him in endless streams, the energy that never ceases, the intellect and the drive. He loves to get physical. You should see him grinding and gutting it out on the wrestling mat. He throws 'em down. They throw him down. And he loves it. Hamoody is aggressive. You could even call him cocky. His is an invincible, unbend-able will. As he sits on his bed wearing a Marshawn Lynch jersey holding a football, with a WSU pillow propped up behind him, I ask him about his life philosophy. His credo. He answers this way: "What I do is I'm thankful for my setbacks, and those have become my blessings."