Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
Bus driver Chris Leslie was just doing his job when a little girl jumped off his bus and ran straight into traffic. Because of his quick-thinking, Chris was able to grab the little girl before any harm was done. Thank God for His perfect timing and bravery!
We've found your new favorite worship song. Kristian Stanfill's "Always" reminds us that even in our times of trouble, He will help us find a way. When all else fails...praise.
A passing motorist risked his own life after seeing an injured dog stranded in the middle of the freeway. It takes a lot of courage (and even more compassion) to do something like this.
This isn't the first time Lt. Col. Jacob M. Matt has come home from a deployment early to surprise his family, but that doesn't make it any less special (or heartwarming).
Inspired by another, a woman and her two kids decided they would make their very own wishing tree. After tying their own wishes to the branches, they quickly realized that this was something the entire community could get behind.
Joe Bell, a 95-year-old WWII veteran, put on his uniform to cheer on the runners in the 3rd annual 408K marathon race in San Jose, California. Even though he stuck to the sidelines, Joe quickly became the star attraction.
When God threatened to destroy the world, Noah was challenged to build an Ark. But is it REALLY possible to build such a thing? See how filmmakers of the new film NOAH (in theaters March 28) brought the behemoth back to life.
Lennon and Maisy Stella have taken their sister act from their living room to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. Listen to them perform the hit song "Ho Hey". If we nurture the gifts God gives us, the sky is the limit!
Sharing is caring, but sometimes that's easier said than done. Just ask Cooper.