Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
Sharon Bloomingdale was having a normal day at work when her daughter stopped by to hand her a gift. And if you thought she was surprised when she found out she was going to be a grandmother, just wait until they bring the baby in to meet her.
When Cassidy was found, he was missing his two back legs and was struggling to stay alive. And although the odds may have been against him, two high school students have helped him get back on his feet by designing a tiny wheelchair just for him.
When he was just 7, Chen Xinyin suffered an electric shock that forced him to have both of his hands removed. Despite the odds, however, Chen has become an inspiration throughout his home country (and now, the world).
How far would you go to make a baby laugh? Well, if the reaction you're going for is half as cute as this, you'd do just about anything.
Trevor Sweeney's hard work is about to pay off. As the special teams standout for WMU football, Sweeney's passion and talent is about to be rewarded with a full scholarship to college.
The tussle may have left him with six stitches but Maurice Osbourne does not regret what he did. When he heard a woman being violently assaulted, Maurice did exactly what you would expect a hero to do.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy, Spartanburg School District 6 hired resource officers to create a sense of peace at elementary schools. But as one officer found out, when you form a bond with a child, in no time they become you're own.
As children from Arlington, Washington, rode the bus to school, they're greeted by Louise Edlen, a 93-year-old neighbor. But one day, when they didn't see her, the kids grew worried and set out to find where she was.
Kim Phuc was the little girl in the picture that grabbed the world's attention during the Vietnam War. Now 52, she's shares her amazing story of what it was like to live through hell and be saved by God.