One Girl Changes A Community
The title of Yellow Day came from Krisanna Roberts, a beautiful teenage hero and native of Mobile, Alabama. Krisanna was a ray of sunshine and a strong young spirit who battled cancer not just once, but two and three times from the age of three.
Krisanna coined the term “Yellow Day” while enduring grueling treatments and a scary prognosis at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN during the summer of 2009 when her brain tumor returned yet again. After a particularly rough day, the child life specialist at St. Jude’s asked Krisanna to start “coloring her days” as part of her treatment.
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Our True Heroes Prove That Faith Can Move Mountains
WHAT ARE HEROES?
A hero is defined as “someone who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or notable qualities.” Some heroes wear masks, uniforms, or badges, and others inspire us to live life to the fullest while setting an extraordinary example of resilience and faith. It’s these heroes that encourage us to rejoice in God’s grace, strive to serve to others and be the best possible version of ourselves.
Meet Michael Rachal: Michael is a young man known for his positive attitude, impenetrable spirit, and constant bright smile. He is in his early twenties and battling the devastating affects of multiple sclerosis.
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Yellow Day Screening at #NRB15
We joined over 4,000 people at the 2015 annual National Religious Broadcasters International Christian Media Convention in Nashville, TN. We were blessed (and thrilled!) to be approved for a movie screening during the conference, alongside Do You Believe? and Little Boy, and got to share Yellow Day with lots of new friends.
The Yellow Day team attended panel discussions and keynote summits with influencers such as the Kendrick Brothers, producers of Fireproof, Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation, Dr. Ted Baehr, founder and publisher of Movieguide and many, many others. Continue Reading »