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This past Sunday, 17-year-old Braxton Moral graduated from high school in Ulysses, Kansas. At the end of this month, he’s also graduating from Harvard. Moral’s parents enrolled him at the world-renowned institution when he was just 11, he told CNN. […]

A Virginia Beach resident was recently given the city’s “Lifesaving Award” for his heroic deed that saved a man’s life, Fox News reports. Collin Dozier, a four-time state wrestling champion and coach identified a parked car on the side of the […]

A dying 10-year-old boy had one last wish after spending nearly 14-months in an Arkansas hospital. Before going home for hospice care, he wanted to attend a church service for one last time. Thanks to the support of the local […]

Have you ever felt an overwhelming desire to help people you barely even knew? Cathy Parker has, and she’s sharing her inspirational story of offering aid to people 4,000 miles away from here in the new book, “Northern Lights”. Based […]

Oscar-nominated writer and director John Singleton has died at the age of 51. The Singleton family told Fox News on Monday that he had “passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family and friends.” “We want to thank the amazing doctors […]

A group of 40 preschool children huddled in their classroom singing “Jesus Loves Me” as a tornado rampaged through their city, and ripped the roof of of their school. The only room at Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Day Care […]

I will never forget how I first glimpsed the presence of Jesus in my life. I did not experience a dramatic healing or a voice booming down from heaven. But it shook me up and left me unsettled just the […]

Cancer: a terrible diesase that effects almost every American in some way. Weather you know a coworker, family member or friend that has cancer, or you have it yourself, the disease doesn’t care who you are. Patty Fischer started feeling […]

New research has come out that suggests that not only do dog’s have personalities that shift over time, but that their personalities can match that of their owners. Psychologists at Michigan State University published a paper this month in the […]

For most of us, we would never imagine ending up in prison on a false conviction. That’s the absolute horror that Anthony Ray Hinton faced when he was convicted in 1985 for the deaths of two Birmingham-area fast food managers, […]