We Are Family

Day 168 Today’s Reading: Galatians 6 Hu Jen-chuan was two years old when he fell from a table and went into a coma. When he woke after six days, he was unable to talk or move. Like any parent, his mother, Liu Kuei-lan, was terribly distressed. Yet her distress was multiplied by the fact that

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I Win by Walking

Day 167 Today’s Reading: Galatians 5 Karl Wallenda, the great tightrope walker, fell to his death in 1978 from a seventy-five-foot high wire in downtown San Juan, Puerto Rico. Here’s what his wife, Helen, said about the fall: All Karl thought about for three straight months prior to it was falling. It was the first

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Right on Time

Day 166 Today’s Reading: Galatians 4 In his autobiography, Buck O’Neil tells what it was like being a black man who played professional baseball before African-Americans were allowed to play in the all-white major leagues. By the time the color barrier was broken in 1947, O’Neil was considered too old to play in the big

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