Saturday, August 22, 2015
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“When I was seven years old, I saw my first public execution, but I thought my life in North Korea was normal.” So many of us take freedom for granted. Listen to this inspirational story of a brave young woman’s harrowing escape from North Korea.  The Ted.com transcript of her presentation appears below the video. When I was little, I thought my country was the best on the planet, and I grew up singing a song called “Nothing To Envy.” And I was very proud. In school, we spent a lot of time studying the history of Kim Il-Sung, but we never learned much about the outside... (Read More ...)

Most of us will never have our love tested in a life or death crisis as in this inspirational story during the sinking of the Dorchester in World War II but we all encounter situations in daily life that test the limits of our love. As you will read, all that mattered in the end was their true unconditional love. Enjoy the story of the four famous Army chaplains in this inspirational article by Steve Goodier: Imagine four Army chaplains during an icy storm at sea; four men in uniform holding hands as they gaze over the rail of their sinking vessel. They are watching lifeboats pulling away from... (Read More ...)