Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
During our darkest days, the Lord reminds us to never lose hope. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people of Oklahoma during this tough time. Cast all of your worries on the Lord because he cares for you.
After 18 years of living on the streets, Detroit barber Elvis Tucker says he is finally able to give back. For the past 15 years, Tucker has made it a point to visit local churches to give out free haircuts to the homeless. "If you look better, you feel better," explains Tucker, and he is on a mission to ensure that those that it need it most get the care they deserve.
As Barbara Garcia stood in the rubble that was once her house, she recounted the moment when she and her dog were separated during the storm. As a massive tornado tore through her town, all Barbara could think about was her dog and his safety. During an interview following the tragedy, her prayers were suddenly answered --her dog emerged from the debris!
Boredom? Charles-Edward hardly knows the word! A room full of toys is all this nine month old needs to stay busy. This time-lapsed video condenses tons of fun into just a few minutes. Enjoy!
A military medical technique commonly used on the battlefield helped save the life of a dog that was hit by a truck. Bailey, a white American Eskimo dog, was left with a fractured leg and awful infection after being struck by a UPS truck. Using a life-saving vacuum technique commonly used on soldiers, doctors were able to heal Bailey's wound and heart.
Polydactyl cats are not your average felines, a genetic mutation causes them to be born with more than the regular number of toes on any paw. Because they are so unique, it sometimes seems as if polydactyl cats have opposable thumbs. Jimmy is one amazing polydactyl cat--he knows how to give a thumbs up!
Wow, that's all we can say when we hear the kids of PS22 in Graniteville, Staten Island, in action. These fifth graders aren't only great singers, but it is clear just how much they love to perform. It is no wonder why the PS22 Chorus is one of the best elementary school choruses in the world. Keep doing what you're doing!
A father who has spent the last year in Afghanistan stops by his daughter's elementary school to surprise her during class. It doesn't take long before the young girl realizes that her dad is finally back home. Her emotional reaction will leave you in tears.
There is no telling what we are capable of until we try. Tony is both blind and deaf, but his musical abilities are nothing short of amazing. When you hear him perform "Unchained Melody" on the guitar you will see that despite his disabilities, he is quite able. God bless him!