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The Day Slavery Died

Tow hundred years ago, statesman William Wilberforce convinced England to end the slave trade. A new film, Amazing Grace, celebrates his legacy. read more

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

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