Today's selection of inspirational, family-friendly entertainment
Forget her young age, Gina Incandela is an incredible singer. As a good luck charm for the Orlando Magic, Gina makes special appearances whenever her team is in a playoff game at her local stadium. Listen to her sing and see what makes her so special.
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!
Kitten massages are the perfect remedy for a stressful day. See how these two kittens help each other relax after a hard day's work.
This knight has certainly fallen for his princess. With her class present, a teacher gets swept off her feet by her knight in shining armor. It may not have gone completely as planned, but this proposal is unforgettable.
A hospital can be a scary place for a child, especially if that child has to stay their for days at a time. To help ease the worries of these young patients, window washers dress as superheroes and scale the sides of hospital buildings. The result is a welcome change for all who are present.
Believe it or not, your influence may be bigger than you think. In this adorably clever commercial, one little girl starts a dance that eventually has a huge impact on the world around her. Looks like some of those dance moves you practiced as a child eventually DO catch on.
Twelve-year-old Jared Stevens was born with cerebral palsy, a condition that makes it hard for him to do what he loves best: wrestling. Despite not being able to compete, Jared still likes to participate whenever he can. When Jared told his coach that he wanted to get on the mat, his coach knew that it would take a special boy with a kind heart to take the challenge. That's when Justin Kievit stepped in. In a display of true sportsmanship, Justin let Jared win. Thanks to this incredible act of kindness, U.S. Olympic wrestler Rulon Gardner goes out of his way to express his gratitude to each of the boys.
Nine-year-old Alayna Adams was all set to throw the first pitch on behalf of the USO at Thursday night's Red Sox-Rays game when she got the surprise of a lifetime. Behind the catcher's mask was her father, Lt. Col. Will Adams, making his first trip home in a year. Watch what happens when she realizes that her dad is finally home!
Tasmanian devil joeys eat, sleep, and play around at the Devil Ark conservatory in Australia. Despite their name,these little guys are actually just tiny bundles of joy. They may act tough, but deep down they are just sweet creatures of God.