The Ice Bucket Challenge is getting people soaked with ice cold water everywhere!
The good news is, millions of dollars has been raised for charity.
But what if we did something a little more practical and a little less dramatic?
A University of Michigan study has found that having good neighbours and being a good neighbour is good for the heart.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has taken the social media world by storm.
Thousands—maybe millions—have dunked themselves with ice cold water and donated $100 to support ALS research (or other charities of their choosing).
While many celebrities have joined in the fun, Matt Damon has a unique twist on his dunking to raise awareness about clean drinking water around the world:
Photographer Nancy Borowick spent a year documenting her parents bout with cancer.
Can you imagine what it must be like for a couple to be diagnosed with cancer?
The photo above (and those below) is a before and after of a rescued dog.
It’s amazing how much a shave, shower and a little food in your belly will do.
Check out these others:
On the last day of June this year (2014) the United States Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of Hobby Lobby who based their business model on sincerely held religious beliefs.
In the video below, leading Christian thought leaders discuss at the 2014 Southern Baptists Convention about the future of religious liberty in light of the Hobby Lobby challenge.
Do you know how many homeless live in your city?
That’s the question that Rethink Homelessness decided to tackle in their hometown of Orlando Florida. With reports that the number of homeless in Orlando was inflated, these guys took to the streets to find out for themselves: