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‘Night to Shine’ elevates special needs attendees

OWENSBORO, Ky. — More than 100 people with special needs attended the Night to Shine in Owensboro, Ky., an event sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation the weekend before Valentine’s Day. The ladies were adorned in sparkling dresses and the …

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Tenessee man grieves loss, forgives suspects

Michael Reed

A Gatlinburg, Tenn., man who lost his wife and two daughters in the wildfires that swept through the area has extended forgiveness publicly to two juveniles suspected of starting the blaze. Michael Reed — whose wife Constance, 34, and daughters …

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Veterans Day: At Hanoi Hilton he was POW chaplain

Navy Captain Eugene "Red" McDaniel

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Dorothy McDaniel knew all about Navy life. The hardships. The sacrifices. The loneliness. The pride a family has for their family member’s service. So the day in 1967 a shiny black car pulled into her Norfolk driveway …

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Anne Graham Lotz on prayer and healing

Anne Graham Lotz in Washington, D.C.

Anne Graham Lotz comes from one of the most famous families in the evangelical movement. She’s the daughter of Billy Graham, who once called her the best preacher in the family. She sits on the board of the Billy Graham …

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New York Yankees call Ken Whitten ‘mentor’

Derek Jeter

LUTZ, Fla. — Ken Whitten used to dream of playing professional baseball. But even though God closed that door following Whitten’s college pitching career nearly 40 years ago at Eastern Illinois University, He reopens another door into baseball for Whitten …

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