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Chick-fil-A is known for their customer service and Christian values. They are consistently one of the top ranked fast food chains the United States and are always closed on Sundays as per their Christian culture. One Chick-fil-A in North Carolina, […]

Millions of people across the nation were shocked and saddened by the news that Toys ‘R’ Us was closing its doors forever. One person, however, decided to see to it that at least one more group of children was able […]

Charitable giving in America topped $400 billion for the first time in 2017. The Giving USA report stated that gifts from individuals, estates, foundations and corporations surged from $389.64 billion in 2016 to over $410 billion in 2017. This means […]

Pope Francis was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, and Pope Francis recently celebrated the feast of St. George. As has become the norm for Pope Francis, he both did and did not make a production of it. He did not throw […]

When a sports interview got political, Laura Ingraham suggested that LeBron James should “just shut up and dribble.” Ingraham has told celebrities to stay out of politics before, and she is one of the most vocal in a growing movement […]

Reddit is famous for containing all sorts of bizarre lists and internet debates. More than one person has left Reddit, Tumblr and other social media or discussion platforms behind due to both excessive negativity and chains of insults from anonymous […]

There are two types of people on Black Friday. The first type is awake and out the door before the sun ever rises. They stand in long lines with dozens of other shoppers and wait impatiently for the doors to […]

  What happens when a child of only 6 is discarded by his family and left to raise himself on the streets for 11 years in Kenya? One could only imagine this hair-raising prospect, but for Dr. Charles Mutua Mully […]

Our “People Who Do Good” series has been a blast and I’ve enjoyed highlighting the stories and lives of everyday heroes. This one comes to us from writer Rebecca Brittingham who traveled to Florida to find a cake-maker with a […]

In March, I proudly started a series on people who go the extra mile to inspire and enrich the community around them. First, we met Shari Grimes and the work she does for the Hope House, then we met a […]