Everyday Heroes

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Honoring the Legendary Dick Hoyt

“Yes, you can!” – Richard (“Dick”) Hoyt, Sr. (American inspiration for runners, fathers, and disabled athletes) Inspiration and Encouragement for Special Needs Fathers When you think of the word “dedication,”...

Hewitt’s Heroes 0

Hewitt’s Heroes

Hewitt’s Heroes As a young child, our son, Christian Jack-Douglas Bennett, always loved fire trucks and going to the fire station with his daddy. So, as he grew into an...

Sharing “I CAN!” attitudes: Kelsey 0

Sharing “I CAN!” attitudes: Kelsey

Kelsey Shares a Proud Moment My hero is my daughter, Kelsey Norris, age 13. Kelsey is on the autism spectrum – Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) and has Rubenstein-Taybi Syndrome. She is...

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Nominate Your “Everyday Hero”

Honoring Everyday Heroes. We are looking to recognize and honor “Everyday Heroes” in our magazine and also on our site. We honor ONE hero per issue. Do you know of...

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Judith Bluestone

So Many Unsung Heroes and Heroines! When asked to write about an unsung hero, many came to mind. There is, first and foremost, my greatest teacher, my son Jeremy. He...

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Jenni Anderson “Everyday Hero”

We are so blessed by all the volunteers we have at the Thompson Station Church Stone Soup special needs ministry events. The love and special detail each volunteer brings is...

How Do You Define A Hero? 0

How Do You Define A Hero?

I’ve looked up what a hero is and I’m not going to lie; right now I am a little confused. This is the definition I found: “a person, typically a...