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October 02, 2013
Oct. 2: A Life Defying the Odds
During his acceptance speech into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, in...
October 01, 2013
Oct. 1: The Road to Joy
“It is [your critics] that are really the losers, for is anything sweeter than the...
September 30, 2013
Sep. 30: An Unforgettable First Date
Most girls recall their first date, but 10-year-old Presli Collins had one that was particularly...
September 29, 2013
Sep. 29: The Last Laugh
People snickered when 61-year-old Alan Moore announced that he wanted to resume his latent college...
September 28, 2013
Sep. 28: Bye, Bye Stress
Irritability. Sadness. Difficulty concentrating. Even physical symptoms, like headaches or rapid heart rate. These are...
September 27, 2013
Sep. 27: Waiting for the Biblioburro
When author Monica Brown first read about traveling librarian Luis Soriano, she felt inspired to...
September 26, 2013
Sep. 26: Survey Says: Hire a Veteran
Businesses looking to hire employees who exhibit “selflessness,” “resilience,” “team orientation,” and “reliability” should seriously...
September 25, 2013
Sep. 25: An Imitation of Christ
As Christians, we are called to carry a cross in this lifetime. The cross changes,...
September 24, 2013
Sep 24: The Human Experience
The powerful documentary The Human Experience earned a Christopher Award in 2011. It profiled brothers...
September 23, 2013
Sep. 23: Blueprint for Achievement
Author William Arthur Ward once wrote a “blueprint for achievement” if you want to be...
September 22, 2013
Sep. 22: Courage in Small Steps
Father Joseph Peek of Atlanta, Georgia, was diagnosed with leukemia shortly before his ordination. His...
September 21, 2013
Sep. 21: Why Breakfast Is Best
Fact: Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. But why? Breakfast is...
September 20, 2013
Sep. 20: The Coach as Wounded Healer
You might think that a former defensive lineman for the Baltimore Colts and Detroit Lions...
September 19, 2013
Sep. 19: Young Athletes Start On Right Foot
Serious athletes want to focus on their sport, not their uniforms. That’s why the girls’...
September 18, 2013
Sep 18: Bless Your Beautiful Hide!
At age 79, Stephen Covey, the best-selling author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective...
September 17, 2013
Sep. 17: What Makes Us Happy
We spend more time worrying than we do just enjoying life and being happy, and...
September 16, 2013
Sep. 16: Speaking Vocation Into a Life
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Sarah Hart has a gift for music and lyrics, so it’s a good...
September 15, 2013
Sep. 15: Starting Anew
Like many ethnic minorities in Bhutan during the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Chamlagai...
September 14, 2013
Sep. 14: Home is Where Prayer Is
Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel once wrote the following about the importance of prayer in our...
September 13, 2013
Sep. 13: Helping the Least of These
It began as a senior project, but would become so much more. Michael O’Connell, a...
September 12, 2013
Sep. 12: Hollywood and Human Trafficking
In 1992, at age 14, Holly Austin Smith became the victim of a child sex...
September 11, 2013
Sep. 11: Heroes of 9/11
Will Jimeno, a former Port Authority police officer, was one of the last people pulled...
September 10, 2013
Sep. 10: A Mother’s Inspiration
Mohamed Sanu, a rising college football star at Rutgers University in New Jersey, credits his...
September 09, 2013
Sep. 9: Mom Loses Child and Finds Mission
In 2007, Gretchen Holt-Witt of Califon, New Jersey, was a working mother of two when...
September 08, 2013
Sep. 8: Church Friends for Body and Soul
In today’s Facebook and Twitter-driven world, most of us are familiar with the online realm...
September 07, 2013
Sep. 7: Forgiveness is Secret to Long Life
Joe Binder hasn’t let age slow him down a bit. The 102-year-old works as the...
September 06, 2013
Sep. 6: A Student’s Prayer
Completing one’s education can be a challenging but fulfilling endeavor. A selection from My Orthodox...
September 05, 2013
Sep. 5: Peace Begins at Home
Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta was an outspoken advocate for peace throughout her life. She...
September 04, 2013
Sep. 4: A Man Forever Changed
Baseball fans know Clayton Kershaw as a gifted young pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. ...
September 03, 2013
Sep. 3: Taking a Shot
Raul Bravo was a failing high school student who wasn’t going to class. He even...
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