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"Ruby Bridges": Confronting Enemies with Courage

Ruby Bridges is the true story of the 6-year-old black girl who became the first person of color in the U.S., by federal law, to attend an all-white school ...


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"The Hurricane": What It Takes to Find Justice

The Hurricane, with Denzel Washington as Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, is based on the real life story of the welterweight boxer's difficult life ...


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Sir Edmund Hillary Overcomes Mount Everest

Failure does not shape you; the way you respond to failure shapes you. Sir Edmund Hillary made several unsuccessful attempts at scaling Mount Everest ...


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Henrietta Mears' Ministry Perspective

"God never put anyone in a place too small to grow." Henrietta Mears, founder of Gospel Light


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John Wayne on Courage

"Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway."

—Actor John Wayne (1907–1979)


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"The Alamo": Character Under Fire

The film The Alamo is a historical reenactment of the 1836 siege of the San Antonio fort, in which a small band of brave Texans were killed by General ...


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Marathon Runner Chooses to Endure

I once ran in the New York City Marathon. The first half of that race is a party. You're swept along by 28,000 runners, crowds lining the streets, and ...


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Oklahoma City Tree Brings Hope

The most-sacred symbol in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a tree: a sprawling, shade-bearing, 80-year-old American Elm. Tourists drive from miles around to ...


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Wartime Gardens Symbolize Life

Jane Garmey, a writer for The Wall Street Journal, recently wrote a piece about Kenneth Helphand, a professor of landscape architecture at the University ...


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One Way to Love God

There is but one way in which God should be loved, and that is to take no step except with Him and for Him, and to follow, with a generous self-abandonment, ...


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