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…]

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…]

Pint-Sized Prophets Who Teach Us We Are All Born to Be Healers

Dr. Chuck Dietzen grew up wanting to be St. Francis of Assisi. In a way, you could say that he achieved his goal because “where there is despair,” he brings “hope” – and “where there is darkness,” he brings “light.” At the same time, he shuns any self-praise because he believes this is something that [Read More…]

Leadership in Mercy: The Power of Mercy on Our Lives

(The following is the text of the Christopher News Note “Leadership in Mercy.” If you’d like a pdf or hard copy, see the end of this post.) “Go out into the world today and love the people you meet.” — Mother Teresa In his book “The Name of God is Mercy,” published during the Extraordinary [Read More…]