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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK – RAE THE STRAY by Beth Smithem

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
RAE THE STRAY
by
Beth Smithem

In her inspiring story, Rae the Stray, author Beth Smithem tells how she and Rae found one another.
One day Beth noticed a small yellow dog hiding in the culvert under her driveway. She kept an eye […]

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK – A LEAP OF WORDS by Cami Ann Hofstadter, Ph.D

 

 

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
A LEAP OF WORDS
by Cami Ann Hofstadter, Ph.D

Some inspiring stories are lighthearted, while others contain powerful messages.
A Leap of Words is one with a powerful message.

The death sentence was handed down on a Thursday. Surgeon’s had removed […]

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INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK – HOW A GREAT BLUE HERON CHANGED MY LIFE by Sondra Perry

INSPIRING STORY OF THE WEEK
HOW A GREAT BLUE HERON CHANGED MY LIFE
by Sondra Perry

This inspiring story begins on a beautiful spring morning. Sondra noticed something big moving near the smaller of their two outdoor ponds.It was a HUGE bird that looked about six feet tall.
She ran […]

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