Brooke believed there was a God—she believed He sent His Son Jesus to die on the cross—but she didn’t want anything to do with Him. That’s because she’d been sexually abused for about a year when she was eight. So she turned to drugs, alcohol—anything to prove just how much she hated God.
In the midst of her rebellion against God, Brooke’s mom invited her to Revive Our Hearts’ True Woman '12 Conference. She didn’t want to go, but what teenage girl can turn down the offer of free shopping? So she agreed to come.
Brooke was disengaged—arms folded, ears closed—until Joni Eareckson Tada wheeled out on stage and sang “Amazing Grace” during the very last conference session. That’s when it hit her. Here was someone else who went through so much, and yet still believed that God loved her.
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I wasn't expecting to get this kind of footage... to be honest, I thought this video would be more an exposing homeless people video at first. But I'm so glad that I could witness and capture such a beautiful moment. This has to be one of the most amazing experience so far on this channel.
I did not only just help a homeless man, but I actually met an incredible human being and a friend. We were following him for a couple miles for almost an hour or so. Later that day we took him out to eat and got him a hotel to stay. The more I talk to him, the more I sense how genuine he is.... I gave him my number and told him to call me when he needs help. This again proof that not all the homeless people are bad people. Never judge a book by its cover.
The Long Island Bombers are a group of baseball lovers from the Long Island and tri-state area, but their game is a little different compared to the game we all know and love.
This Sainsbury Christmas ad is based on real events that happened 100 years ago–when enemies put down their weapons to celebrate Christmas on the Western Front–and it’s powerfully moving.
Twenty million people of all ages in the world’s poorest countries are “needlessly blind” because they are too poor to afford treatment. So they remain blind. For life.
The crazy thing is, a simple 15-minute surgery that costs just $300 can restore the eyesight of a child or adult who is completely blind.
That’s where humanitarian organization 20/20/20 comes in. They are standing in the gap by providing this miracle surgery to those who need it most, in over 20 countries worldwide.
Tom Rinaldi takes a look at Alabama's National Title-winning quarterback AJ McCarron, and his special bond with Starla Chapman, a young Crimson Tide fan suffering from leukemia.
“We sit at home on our computers measuring self-worth by the number of followers and likes, ignoring those who actually love us.” Silver bullet straight to the heart, folks.
Louis Zamperini is the definition of an all-American hero. A 1936 Summer Olympics competitor, a WWII prisoner of war and an inspirational man of God. Hear his remarkable story.
He knew God was doing something special when he made the team, but he didn’t know exactly what it was until much later. The way this God story is woven in time is such a beautiful reminder to share the Gospel and trust God with the results.
This footage from a San Diego McDonald’s captures the last amazing act of kindness from Jeremy Henwood, police officer and Marine veteran, just minutes before he was shot in the line of duty.