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Paul’s Promise: Josef Cannon on Racism, Accountability, and Prayer

Set in the peak of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, Paul's Promise is the inspiring true story of Paul Holderfield, former racist firefighter-turned-pastor who started one of...
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The Thorp Family: A Mysterious Illness, ANEW Creation and A Mission to Support Families

The Thorp family sounds like any Southern California family you'd encounter... a Sales Executive father, a mom in the fashion industry, and two boys who...
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Sleep in Heavenly Peace: Building Bunk Beds & the Community

All children deserve a safe, comfortable place to lay their heads. All across the US, too many boys and girls go without a bed, pillow,...
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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Coffee

Liberty Beans Coffee Company is a family-owned business born through the perfect combination of Culinary Arts and Science. Jim (the chef) and Diane (the chemist)...

Alabaster: Bringing Forth the Beauty of the Bible

What would the Bible look like if it were designed today? Alabaster has the answer. Welcome to a new way to experience the word of God in...
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Hope You Can Hold: The Comfort Cub

The Comfort Cub is a weighted therapy bear, scientifically proven to reduce stress after a person has faced an extremely tragic event. The founder, Marcella...
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Military Children: Books to Help While A Parent is Deployed

Raising kids isn't easy. As a parent you're pulled in so many directions as you try your best to help your little ones develop, learn,...
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Economic Outlook: Turbulence Ahead, Put on Your Seatbelt

The use of economic thought and data as an apologetic may at first strike you as dry as a two-day-old toast. Still, as you press...

Paul’s Promise: Josef Cannon on Racism, Accountability, and Prayer

Set in the peak of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, Paul's Promise is the inspiring true story of Paul Holderfield, former racist firefighter-turned-pastor who started one of the first integrated churches in the American South. It’s one man’s journey to hope and healing during a troubled time in our Nation’s history that ...
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The Thorp Family: A Mysterious Illness, ANEW Creation and A Mission to Support Families

The Thorp family sounds like any Southern California family you'd encounter... a Sales Executive father, a mom in the fashion industry, and two boys who love school and baseball. But when their oldest son came down with a mysterious illness, little did they know, their lives would change forever. Recounting ...
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Sleep in Heavenly Peace: Building Bunk Beds & the Community

All children deserve a safe, comfortable place to lay their heads. All across the US, too many boys and girls go without a bed, pillow, to sleep on. These children end up sleeping on couches, blankets, and even floors. This can affect their happiness and health. That’s where the non-profit ...
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Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Coffee

Liberty Beans Coffee Company is a family-owned business born through the perfect combination of Culinary Arts and Science. Jim (the chef) and Diane (the chemist) have been married for more than 25 happy years and it took them that long to combine their talents and passion, cultivating their loce for ...
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Alabaster: Bringing Forth the Beauty of the Bible

What would the Bible look like if it were designed today? Alabaster has the answer. Welcome to a new way to experience the word of God in your daily life. Alabaster's journey started in 2016 with the Bible. They integrate visual imagery and thoughtful design into different books of the Bible because ...
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Hope You Can Hold: The Comfort Cub

The Comfort Cub is a weighted therapy bear, scientifically proven to reduce stress after a person has faced an extremely tragic event. The founder, Marcella Johnson, created The Comfort Cub in 1999 after her son George died hours after his birth due to a congenital heart disease. Marcella was forced ...
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Military Children: Books to Help While A Parent is Deployed

Raising kids isn't easy. As a parent you're pulled in so many directions as you try your best to help your little ones develop, learn, and navigate their surroundings. As a military family, there is the added explanation of helping children better understand big concepts like duty, deployment, separation, protection ...
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Economic Outlook: Turbulence Ahead, Put on Your Seatbelt

The use of economic thought and data as an apologetic may at first strike you as dry as a two-day-old toast. Still, as you press into the evidence, it will become more and more exciting as you begin to see the world and even your own economic activity through an ...
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EDITORS' PICKS

Adrian Gonzalez

Baseball, the Bible and Now Boston While Adrian Gonzalez has spent the majority of his...
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Katinas Worship Band

Five Brothers Combine Talent and Hearts to Produce One-of-a Kind Music: Meet The Katinas Written...
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Tiera Skovbye: “2 Hearts,” Miracles & Navigating COVID

. You know her from CW's Riverdale and on Global TV's Nurses, now Tiera Skovbye...