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Category: Good Samaritans

Dumpster “Dive” Life-line

April 15, 2015 |

We have all seen abuses to the food-stamp program, but there are outreaches through churches, food pantries and “soup-kitchens” that all can help “stand in the gap” for hungry people. It’s maddening to see government waste, that’s why “The government … Read More

Oh for the days of manners!

April 13, 2015 |

I’m not sure if my parents withheld the gift itself, or food and water, but I was taught to write THANK YOU NOTES! Trying to get an RSVP these days is pitiful too! There are just some things that decent … Read More

Condolences from a man in blue.

April 12, 2015 |

There are countless stories of outstanding police officers out there, that go the extra mile for citizens. Since those stories don’t fit a narrative of strife and division, the collective media says, “Meh”.

Civil servants are “rich” by no means, … Read More

Sharing food…and life.

April 9, 2015 |

We lose our way sometimes, and if we are wise, we will seek godly counsel. Sometimes the godly counsel even comes to us. Here’s a story of love-in-action where sharing a plate of food ended up saving a life and … Read More

If you are “poor”, what are you entitled to?

April 8, 2015 | 3

When I was a child (there’s a hint), of around 13 years old, Jordache Jeans were one of the hottest brands going!!

I am grateful to my parents, because looking back, I never lacked for anything growing up. I … Read More

More than a name

April 7, 2015 |

I’m blessed to be perfectly content with my name, but others, not so much. What if you were named the name of person that later became uber famous? My husband deals with constant heckling because of his name, “James Brown” … Read More

Right place, right time!

April 3, 2015 |

A man who just happened to come upon a busy intersection at the same time an “escapee” toddler did, saved the day, and possibly the toddler’s life!

Initially the police had no idea who this man was who stopped his … Read More

Police giving rewards for GOOD behavior!

March 27, 2015 |

A story about something scandalous or shocking seems to spread like wildfire! Stories about quiet recognition for those doing the right thing; not so much.

When a Farmington New Hampshire police officer saw someone go out of their way to … Read More

Philadelphia Children’s Hospital “Shakes it Off”

March 24, 2015 |

There are more “Shake if Off” videos on the internet than names in Bill Clinton’s “little black-book”, but this one is really special because it was made with the goal of brightening the lives of children that live with illness. … Read More

The Last Vacation

March 13, 2015 |

Life is rough. That’s why it’s so important that we know that there is more to it, than what we see.

A beloved, twenty year employee of Costco in Danville, California learned he had terminal bone cancer, with about two … Read More

Cup of Kindness

March 11, 2015 |

Friendships mean so much to a kid; a peer to muddle through this big confusing world with. The thought of losing one; scary.

Eight-year-old Tristan Regini of Denver, Colorado is buddies with Cade Humphreys. Cade Humphreys was diagnosed with a … Read More