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Parents are usually proud of their children when they take their first steps, but for Lovely Johnson, it made her daughter her hero. The texas mother watched in awe recently as her 6-year-old daughter, Love, with cerebral palsy was able …Read More

While enjoying a meal with her daughter, photographer Brittany Calden spotted a touching moment between a Chick-fil-A worker and a customer. On July 5th, Calden was at a Chick-fil-A in Madison, WI when she saw Stephen Spray, a long-time employee, …Read More

Brazil was knocked out of the Women’s World Cup this past weekend, but the soccer star Marta remained strong and hopeful. In an emotional post-game interview, Marta gave an inspiring speech and called for the young players of her nation …Read More

President Donald Trump will award the Medal of Honor to former Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia later this month, the White House announced Monday. This will make Bellavia the first living Iraq War veteran to receive the nation’s highest military …Read More

Alex Trebek, the beloved longtime host of “Jeopardy!”, was diagosed in March with stage four pancreatic cancer. He pledged to beat the “low survival rate statistics for this disease.” With the help of his fans, he has done just that. …Read More

Change begins with one person, one step at a time. This is a principle Tarek Mounib takes to heart. Seeking to build a bridge of mutual understanding and friendship, Mounib – a Canadian-Egyptian entrepreneur of Muslim faith – travels across …Read More

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 …Read More

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 …Read More

Most social media challenges are quickly followed by medical and law enforcement officials warning potential challenge takers of all the terrible consequences that come from being stupid enough to light yourself on fire, eat poisonous laundry pods or hide from …Read More

February is Black History Month. Every year during these four weeks, Americans remember and honor the African Americans who played a central role in shaping the world as we know it today. They were politicians, artists, scientists, veterans, activists, faith …Read More