Her Time to Shine

Posted 01.26.2021

Her Time to Shine: From Basket Case to Basking in the Lord, Tammy is Finally Learning How to Overcome the Shame of Her Past Tammy has been through the ringer—several times. A bitter divorce and caring for a special needs child, as well as several other children who were a parenting challenge early on, put […]

“Crazy Girl” How One Woman Found Victory over Mental Illness and What She Wants Others to Know

Posted 12.03.2020

“Crazy Girl” How One Woman Found Victory over Mental Illness and What She Wants Others to Know – by Jenni Keast There is sibling teasing, and then there’s just plain meanness. That’s what Natasha Crow endured as a child—outright and systematic abuse from two of her brothers. But that’s only part of her sordid story. […]

Little Rascal: Hometown Boy Makes Good

Posted 11.24.2020

Little Rascal: Hometown Boy Makes Good Deven Daughterty is a warm, effusive and personable guy—truly one of a kind. He’s been teased that he looks a bit like Alfalfa in the iconic 50’s TV show, “Little Rascals.” The comparison between the two is immediately apparent—both characters share that wide-eyed, expressive and almost-moldable face. However, unlike […]

Guts, Grit and Glory: Rudy’s Story

Posted 08.13.2020

Guts, Grit and Glory: What one man’s journey out of addiction teaches us about second chances … and the power of “just showing up.” In the 1992 classic against-all-odds sports film, Rudy, a college football player gets carried off the field—the first player in Notre Dame’s history to earn that honor. Rudy had made an […]

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