The Tornado, The Amputee, & The Hero

Gregory Beck has lived through more than his fair share of life’s storms. In his journey through diabetes, Gregory has had both legs amputated, is legally blind, and is bound to a wheelchair. This became a serious problem recently when he wheeled himself to the grocery store. Not long after rolling out of the store,…

Sometimes It Takes A Brick

A young and successful executive was traveling down a neighborhood street in his new car. Out of nowhere, a brick smashed into the car’s side door. He slammed on the brakes, spun around, and jumped out of his car. He saw that a kid was likely responsible and felt his anger starting to boil up.…

Tax Day!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. A time people across the country have been eagerly waiting for. A time when adults can’t sleep because of their excitement and anticipation. A time that ranks right up there with a birthday and Christmas. A time when we get to give thousands upon thousands of dollars…

The Note Inside A Bullet

Elmer Bendiner was a WW2 B-17 navigator. In the thick of war against the Nazi’s, one of the most incredible stories unfolded. Bendiner explains: “Our B-17 (THE TONDELAYO) was barraged by flak from Nazi antiaircraft guns. That was not unusual, but on this particular occasion, our gas tanks were hit. Later, as I reflected on…

The Beautiful Side of Slavery

Slavery. It’s not a pretty word. It’s not a feel-good word. In today’s culture, it is not a politically correct word. When we hear it, we think about oppression, inhumane treatment, and despicable actions. We think about some of the darkest times and most terrible people. Slavery has negative connotations for good reason. There is…