Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
Jag Singh ins't blind but he pretended to be in order to catch a glimpse of people's true character. What he ended up finding was both heartbreaking and beautiful.
Six years ago, Kirsten Mundell's father was killed in the line of duty. But on the day of her wedding, during what would have been the father-daughter dance, Kirsten's father's colleagues stepped in.
Edward “Doc” Amey will be the first to tell you, he hasn't always been on the right side of the law. But during one of his three stays in prison, Doc found Christ. So now instead of battling the police, he's embracing them with a clear, inspirational message.
In a city as big as New York, it's easy to get lost in the crowd. Thomas C. Knox was hoping to change all that, so he set up a table in the middle of busy subway stations and waited for someone to sit with him.
Nasir Sobhani, aka 'The Street Barber' offers more than just a clean cut and trim, he helps people connect on a deeper level. Just listening to some of these stories is so heartbreaking and inspiring.
Attention, Liam McCarney, your mother called. College may be about forging a path but as Liam just found out, if you forget to call your mom, something devastating might happen.
He may have thought he wanted the Apple Watch but after seeing this gift, he realized THIS was the gift he was really hoping for.
After years of heartache, this couple was finally able to get pregnant via IVF treatment. On the day they decided to spill the beans to their families, they revealed another (even bigger) secret.
You know that feeling you get deep down in the pit of your stomach when your mom starts talking in that voice? Yeah, *that* voice. This mom knows just how to use it to play a hilarious prank on her young son.