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Cancer, An Amputation...And Still Playing Sports?!

Andrew McCaffrey shares about his diagnosis with Osteosarcoma. After relapsing 3 times and having multiple surgeries, Andrew hasn't given up hope or his sports activities.

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Marriage on the Mind: Mommy Vacations and The Calling to Foster

This week we hear from IBelieveinLove.com contributor Carrie Schmitt and her piece "What I Learned On My Mommy Vacation", and for National Foster Care Month we also hear from one couple and how they processed through the calling to become foster care parents. 

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Finding the Right Job for You!

Hear American business executive Jack Welch give some helpful advice on how to excel in the work place.

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Why Would 6 Frat Boys Carry A Student With Cerebral Palsy Up A Mountain?

Why would 6 fraternity brothers from the University of Central Arkansas take turns giving piggy back rides to DeAsia Romes (who suffers from Cerebral Palsy) to the top of a mountain? We speak with DeAsia and fraternity brother, Benjy Richards.

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Why Am I Different?

Even as a young boy Jonathan Puckett wasn't sure where he belonged... so he turned to genealogy. From the third grade to now as a member of the Honors College at the University of Southern Mississippi, Jonathan has found over 27,000 family stories.

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