According to WAFB-TV, a 13-year-old Louisiana eighth grader is doing what he can to make sure his less fortunate classmates have nice clothes and supplies to use at school. Chase Neyland-Square started the nonprofit PAM’s Pantry — which operates out of a closet behind a stage in the school’s gym — at Port Allen Middle
An El Paso man lost his wife in the recent mass murder, and the community rallied around him to attend her funeral because he had no living family. After the funeral, however, Antonio Basco faced more misfortune: His car was stolen, and in it was the pressure washer he uses for his job as a
When you’re the parent of a major league baseball player, and your son is playing in his first big-league game, you’re more than likely going to make the trip and see it all in person. And that was the case for the mom, dad, and family of Isan Diaz, who made his major league debut
Ryan Bray told WTVT-TV he was in his vehicle recently at an intersection in Bradenton, Florida, when a panhandler approached him for cash. “He reached his arms inside my vehicle, resting them and said, ‘Hey, do you have any money?’ I said, ‘No, but I have one better for you…'” Bray told the station. Ryan
If it wasn’t the fart heard ’round the world, it was at least the fart that police officers in Liberty, Missouri, will remember for quite a long time. As the Clay County Sheriff’s Office explained it, police had a felony arrest warrant for an individual and were on the hunt for him over the weekend.
Nearly 2,000 families in Michigan have no idea that within a week, all their medical debts will be paid off thanks to Grand Rapids First Church in Wyoming, Michigan, according to MLive. The church partnered with an organization called RIP Medical Debt to wipe clean $1,832,439.26 in medical debt belonging to 1,899 randomly selected families.
Jeff King — a pastor at Bear Creek Bible Church in Keller, Texas — told KXAS-TV he was sitting at home with his wife Saturday when he got a text saying his friend’s daughter had been kidnapped. “All I could think is, ‘What are we going to do to help?'” King told the station. With
Casey Diaz was once a gang member and murderer who took pleasure in the violence and chaos that was inherent to his lifestyle — until an encounter with the Bible’s message of hope changed his life in the most profound ways imaginable. Diaz, who tells his life-affirming story his new book, “The Shot Caller: A