Every single human being wants to be seen and appreciated, valued and respected. You do, I do...it’s universal. Regardless of whether you share a viewpoint with someone or disagree bitterly, both sides deserve to be heard and acknowledged.
This is the story of what took Kevin Saunders 30 years to truly understand – God's purpose for his life and how the Reverend Billy Graham spent 45 minutes to 1 hour speaking to Kevin in 1990. May this story touch your life a special way this holiday season.
As we roll toward the end of August, the summer may be coming to an end, but a lot of other things are starting up. Right now families and students are in Back to School mode, either already in classes or about to begin. And there are a LOT of them.
Happy Birthday, USA! On July 4, 1776 we declared our independence from Great Britain. In that moment, our founding fathers believed that we had to break free and take the future of our country into our own hands. They understood that it was up to us to identify the values that we held dear, make
This week marked the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, the historic day on which over 160,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy during World War II. Nazi Germany had already swallowed up most of Europe, and the D-Day invasion was the first step in fighting back their advance, and ultimately defeating them. Led by General Dwight D.
Today marks the end of Workers’ Memorial Week (April 22-29). During this week we honor the many individuals who have lost their lives while on the job. If you think workplace fatalities are “few and far between” it’s time to look at some hard numbers.
In my twenties, I felt comfortable in my life, satisfied with my career, and the idea that I could be disabled by an accident of any kind seemed as distant as anything could be. That was true even when I was employed as a federal inspector and looking for potential hazards and safety violations on