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A Green Thumb for God

What could a busy housewife do to help the poor? Dian Roberson rolled up her sleeves and planted a vegetable garden that feeds hundreds in Idaho. read more

Indianapolis' Inner-City Innovator

With his unique educational program, Kenneth Sullivan is helping troubled kids find a way out of poverty and crime in a neighborhood known for drive-by shootings and drug deals.  read more

Comfort The Little Ones

Bob and Joan Nast have turned a run-down ranch in South Florida into a haven for terminally ill children and their families read more

A Generous Soul in Chicago

Eddie R. Martin, a 75-year-old pastor with a small congregation and no salary, has fed more than 100 people a week for the last five years. read more

How One Woman Challenged Oppression

Maria Sliwa, a controversial ex-cop from New York City, has a new crime beat. She's calling the United States government to get tough on countries that persecute Christians. read more

Setting Captives Free ... for Good

Cindi Wagner couldn’t understand why the women she helped in her church’s prison outreach ministry kept returning to jail again and again. Then she discovered that many of those women believed that their difficulty in finding jobs and housing with a felony attached to their names meant they “were falling flat on their faces.” read more

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