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Eight-Year-Old Banned from School Photos, Gets Custom Photo Shoot

When young Marian Scott got the news last October that she would be unable to participate in school pictures, she was devastated. Marian’s bright-red ...


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Homecoming Cheerleader Saves Choking Infant

Nicole Hornback was attending the local high school homecoming parade when she noticed her two-year-old son Clarke was choking on a piece of candy. Hornback ...


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Young Boy Gives Up Disney Trip to Feed Hurricane Evacuees

When Jermaine Bell sets his sights on something, he follows through. That is, unless, he sees something better. Bell was planning to spend his seventh ...


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10-Year-Old Boy Does What Others Can't

A half-century ago, America's dreams were realized in space. The power of US innovation and spirit took the Apollo 11 crew to the moon and back. That ...


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Educators Support Youth by Taking Them into Their Homes

Bright, affable Jay’Veontae Hudson isn’t the typical student that one would associate with chronic homelessness. But his senior year will ...


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Florida Teen Arrested for Online Shooting Threats

Fifteen-year-old Adam Guzzetti was arrested at his home after authorities connected him to a post he made while logged into a video game chat platform. ...


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12-Year-Old Fills Neighborhood Potholes Himself

According to his mother Trinell, once Monte Scott sees a need, he usually tries to fix it himself. Which is why he decided to shovel dirt from his backyard ...


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Media Exposes Children to 15,330 Violent Acts a Year

In his book, Jeffrey Froh writes that an American child who watches three hours of children's television programming a day will see 4,380 good acts in ...


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Advertisers Goal 'Get Children for Life'

Theologian Michael Horton notes that is not the church that is forming the minds of our children; it is the advertisers of famous products. Horton writes: ...


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Author Grateful for Mentors During 'Crazy Years'

In Hillbilly Elegy, the best-selling memoir of growing up amidst poverty and family breakdown in Appalachia, J.D. Vance expresses gratitude for all the ...


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