A Nine-Year-Old Girl, a 40-Pound Cabbage, and the End of Hunger in America

What do a nine year old girl, a 40-pound cabbage, and 100 vegetable gardens have to do with ending hunger in America? Well, Katie Stagliano’s story will connect the dots. When she was a third grader in Summerville, South Carolina’s Pinewood Preparatory School in 2008, Katie’s teacher gave her a cabbage seedling to plant in [Read More…]

Veteran & Quadruple Amputee Travis Mills: ‘God Had a Plan For Me to Keep Going Forward’

It was April 10, 2012, and U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills was on his third tour of duty in Afghanistan. He and his team were sent to an area to check for IEDs (improvised explosive devices), and according to the minesweeping device they used, there was nothing dangerous in the ground. Mills, therefore, took [Read More…]

Starbucks Red Cups Include Nativity Scene This Year

There was a lot of hubbub over the fact that Starbucks released plain red cups for the holiday season last year, with some people (though many fewer than the controversy made it seem like) claiming they were being anti-Christian. Since Starbucks cups never included actual Christian symbols, the argument rang hollow to many. But apparently [Read More…]

Americans CAN Come Together in the Election’s Aftermath – But Are We Humble Enough To Do It?

Yesterday, before any election results came in, actress Kristen Bell, a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter, tweeted, “Tomorrow morning, when we wake up from this bad dream, can we all be friends again?” Needless to say, the election didn’t go the way Bell wanted, but I credit her for tweeting later on, “No matter who wins- [Read More…]