Sunday Morning Sermon — A Lesson From A Restaurant Owner With Down Syndrome
Darrell Vesterfelt
By Darrell Vesterfelt

When we think about the things we want to accomplish or achieve in this life, it is easy for us to come up with a list of reasons they will never come true. We tend to focus on our limitations — things we assume will hinder us or hold us back. But what if our limitations are actually an asset to us? Tim Harris is a restaurant-owner who is living proof none of us are as limited as we think.

Tim lives with down syndrome, but he doesn’t allow that to stop him from living his life-long dream of owning a restaurant. Tim’s Place is open daily, and serves breakfast, lunch and hugs.

The Best Viral Videos We Found This Week
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer

Last week, the Christopher Maloney video won the majority vote. What about this week?

Restoring Broken Places This Christmas Season
John Sowers
By John Sowers

Last week, Icelandic police shot a man.

This hardly seems newsworthy, except, it was the first event of its kind in the history of Iceland. Never before had police killed anyone. Ever.

When the two officers responded to the call and went into the suspect’s house, they were unarmed. In Iceland this is not unusual; the majority of the Icelandic Police officers don’t carry weapons.