17 April 2009

Life Without Limits - Amputee Football

(It is to be noted that these video clips are not mine but posted directly from youtube.com. At the end of each video there may be links to other videos that youtube.com has listed in the same genre. I have not pre-viewed those videos, nor did I intend for those links to appear. However, I cannot post these videos without the links appearing at the end. Following those links will be by your own discression.)

5 comments:

Beth said...

Great videos! Thanks for sharing. There is a family here at Parole de Vie learning French with me and they have adopted 3 girls from Sierra Leone, one who is missing a hand. I've had the prvilege of hearing her story and it's amazying how God protected her. It's so neat to hear how this opportunity gives hope and a feeling of contributing again in a positive way to society.

Deborah said...

That's neat that they have three!! We need more families like them! I was actually headed to Sierra Leone (with MercyShips) to work in a prosthetics clinic when the Lord changed the direction & put me on the path to Niger. Funny how He works!

Michelle said...

You can actually embed these videos without the related videos at the end. When you grab the embed code, there is a little settings tab to the right (looks like a little wheel). When you click on that wheel, you will have the option to uncheck the box that says "include related videos." That usually takes care of the problem.

Blessings,

Michelle
Web Editor
www.sim.org

Deborah said...

That's neat that they have three!! We need more families like them! I was actually headed to Sierra Leone (with MercyShips) to work in a prosthetics clinic when the Lord changed the direction & put me on the path to Niger. Funny how He works!

Beth said...

Great videos! Thanks for sharing. There is a family here at Parole de Vie learning French with me and they have adopted 3 girls from Sierra Leone, one who is missing a hand. I've had the prvilege of hearing her story and it's amazying how God protected her. It's so neat to hear how this opportunity gives hope and a feeling of contributing again in a positive way to society.