Courage

Having courage means facing your fears, making difficult choices, and staying true to yourself and your faith at all times.

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Grandfather showing his granddaughter the woods.
God's Grace

Her Grandpa Jacques Sent a Message from Beyond

A woman who misses her grandfather, a deceased Holocaust survivor, stumbles upon an unlikely find that brings him close to her again.

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Kirstie Ennis
Stories of Hope

A Marine Veteran Continues to Fight Her Toughest Battle

USMC Sergeant (Ret.) Kirstie Ennis, who suffered traumatic injuries—physical, mental and emotional—during a tour of duty in Afghanistan, discusses the lengthy road she has traveled toward recovery.

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Melba Pattillo Beals, civil rights icon and author of I Will Not Fear
Stories of Faith

How a Member of the Little Rock Nine Found Courage

Facing racist threats, Melba Pattillo Beals helped integrate Arkansas schools. She also deepened her faith

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Suzanne Spaak during World War II
Angels

Suzanne Spaak's Courageous Acts Saved Hundreds of Children During the Holocaust

Suzanne Spaak refused to sit idly by as the Nazis began their reign of terror. Her courageous efforts helped to save the lives of numerous Jewish children.

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A Wounded Marine Finds New Mountains to Climb
Stories of Hope

A Wounded Marine Finds New Mountains to Climb

Severely injured in Afghanistan, this amputee veteran took up snowboarding. Now she's climbing the world’s tallest mountains.

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Kirstie Ennis stands atop a snow-covered mountain
Stories of Hope

This Marine Veteran Aims to Scale the Seven Summits

USMC Sergeant (Ret.) Kirstie Ennis, who suffered significant injuries while serving in Afghanistan, shares how the loss of her left leg has inspired her to keep pushing herself by summitting the tallest peaks on all seven continents.

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Living Longer, Living Better

Learning to Be Happy at Any Age

Aging gracefully starts with finding peace, hope and resilience as the years march on.

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Melba Pattillo Beals, civil rights icon and author of I Will Not Fear
Stories of Faith

Melba Pattillo Beals: The Faith and Courage of a Civil Rights Icon

Melba Pattillo Beals, one of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African-American students who in 1957 enrolled at the previously all-white Little Rock Central High School, discusses her memoir of that time, I Will Not Fear.

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Marilyn Turk
Stories of Hope

#MeToo: She Found Renewed Strength in Sharing Her Story of Sexual Harassment

After witnessing a client behaving inappropriately with her young colleague, she knew the time had come to share her story of a similarly harrowing experience.

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