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Passerby Talks Suicidal Man Down from Edge of Bridge

Anthony Brown was driving across a bridge over Interstate 40 when he spotted a stranger in distress. Brown said, “My first thought was I needed ...


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The Protestant Master Sergeant Who Saved 200 Jews

The PBS documentary titled, GI Jews: Jewish Americans In World War II is about the 550,000 Jewish Americans who served their country in World War II. ...


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In Tune with God--and Each Other

A.W. Tozer wrote:

Has it ever occurred to you that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same fork are automatically tuned to each other? They are of one ...

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Improperly Seized Property Returned to Family of Original Owners

Back in 1912, Willa and Charles Bruce were one of the first African-American landowners in Los Angeles County after purchasing a plot of oceanside property ...


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The Blessings and Privilege of Friendship

There is no evidence that poet and philosopher David Whyte is in any way a Christian, nor does he claim his thoughts are inspired from the Bible. But ...


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A Farmer is Healed of Shame and Restored to Community

In his novel Remembering, Wendell Berry tells the story of a Kentucky farmer named Andy Catlett. One warm summer evening, Andy and a group of neighbors ...


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Man Rescues Dozens of Drivers Left Stranded by Winter Storm

Using his chains, ropes, and four-wheel drive, over the course of two days, Ryan Sivley helped rescue about 150 people stranded by the side of the road ...


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She Was Shamed for Still Having Christmas Lights Up

Sara Pascucci received a letter in the mail on Febuary 3 scolding her for still having Christmas decorations up. The anonymous letter read: “Take ...


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Man Turns Land into Place Where Fellow Veterans Can Heal

John Mahshie said he felt “alone and isolated” after leaving the Air Force in 2008, yet “sucked it up and pressed on.” He knew ...


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The Shared Pain of Four Runners

Author Devin Kelly developed a close bond with his three friends in college. Sprinting through the cold trails of Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, they ...


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