Guarding Military Funerals
When anti-gay protestors try to disrupt a funeral, the Patriot Guard Riders “drown out” their message, protecting soldiers and their grieving families.
Teens Renew New Orleans
Hundreds of teens across the country are giving up some of their free time and own money to make a difference for residents still struggling after Hurricane Katrina.
This special camp caters to the challenges grandparents face who are raising kids after retirement.
DADS (Dialoguing About Dad Stuff) is a support group for full-time dads who stay home with their kids.
Housing The Homeless
Rising housing prices are creating a crisis for some low-income families. Advocates are helping the working poor to find homes.
A group is reconnecting family and friends who were torn apart over fifty years ago during the Korean War.
Graduation And A Goodbye
Thomas Hormby's mother got him to the graduation stage, but he had to walk the last few steps without her.
Breezewood, Pa. is a welcome sight for weary travelers, thanks to the Rev. Bruce Maxwell.
A police officer turned pastor volunteers as a chaplain to help cops cope with the stress of their service.
Dance Steps To Success
Once the introduction was made between a dance group and a local church, a great relationship was formed.
Mother of 22
When Julie Hehn counts her children – 19 of them adopted, mostly from Ethiopia – she also counts her blessings.
Wigs For Cancer Patients
This Mother’s Day, a mom of four is fighting cancer. Chemotherapy has left Debbie Glatz without hair, which is a constant reminder to her children that Mommy isn’t well.
Families Visit Prison
Inmates who stay connected to their kin are less likely to be arrested again. That’s why one church is bridging the gap between inmates and their families.
Teens Talk AIDS
HIV and AIDS are growing the fastest among minority populations, and Native Americans in particular have some tough obstacles to overcome.
One young United Methodist on a mission has designed a high performance “muscle car” that’s good for the planet.
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