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The Awkwardness of an Adult on the Floor
David Brooks writes in The New York Times:
Rabbi Elliot Kukla once described a woman with a brain injury who would sometimes fall to the floor. People ...
Photographers Present Foster Kids in the 'Right Light'
In 2001, Diane Granito founded the Heart Gallery, a unique program that uses photography to help find homes for older foster children, sibling groups, ...
Famous Sportscaster Adopts High-Needs Child
Ernie Johnson Jr. is at the top of his game as a sportscaster for Turner Sports and CBS Sports—the lead TV voice for Major League Baseball (TBS), ...
Unconditional Love for Someone with Severe Disabilities
Jean Vanier, a Christian leader who founded L'Arche communities around the world for persons with severe disabilities, tells a story about a 76-year-old ...
Rescue of Seven-year-old Girl Focuses Amy Carmichael's Mission
In 1901 a seven-year-old Indian girl named Preena escaped from a Hindu temple and sought refuge with a Christian named Amy Carmichael, a young woman who ...
The Danger of a Sad Soul
A sad soul will kill you quicker, far quicker, than a germ.
—Author John Steinbeck
Juror Helps Prisoner Find Christ
On Tuesday, August 27, 1996, Shawn Hagwood began a journey of learning that would turn his life around. Earlier that week, 19-year-old Shawn made a cross-country ...
Soldier Gives Blood for Iraqi Insurgent
Every night on the news, we hear horrifying reports from Iraq. In a recent Breakpoint Commentary, Charles Colson shared this moving story about a U.S. ...
Eminem's Mother Understands Her Son's Pain
Triple-platinum rapper and producer Eminem is known for his violent, controversial lyrics. He vents on everything from his unhappy childhood in a single-parent ...
Compassionate Victim Shows Mercy to Teen
Victoria Ruvolo, 45, of Lake Ronkonkoma, New York, was selected as the "Most Inspiring Person of 2005" by Beliefnet, and for good reason. Victoria was ...