Few stories have the power to captivate us the way movies based on true stories can. Knowing that the lives of real people – who faced and overcame difficult circumstances – inspired the movie you’re watching can provide hope and courage in the face of our own daily hardships. You may not face the same circumstances portrayed in these seven movies, but the inspirational stories they provide can challenge you to succeed.
As Christians, we are often challenged on our beliefs, and we naturally want to defend our faith against the attacks we face from a modern worldview. It is important, however, that we learn how to debate in a way that acknowledges that every person was made in the image of God, and every person deserves to be treated with respect and kindness. How we debate is as important as what we debate.
There’s an old hymn that features the words, “This world is not my home, I’m just a-passin’ through.” One of the hopes we have in looking toward Heaven as our ultimate home is that the pain, trouble, and heartaches of this life will all be behind us.
“Famous homeschoolers” is no longer an oxymoron, thanks to figures like two-time softball Olympic medalist Jessica Mendoza and former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow. In a recent series for “Good Morning America,” the two sat down and discussed what makes homeschoolers different- and why those differences are a good thing.