Faith and family have lit up the lives of iconic America pop singer, matinee idol, and 1950s heartthrob Pat Boone and his wife Shirley through super stardom, raising their four daughters (Cherry, Debby, Lindy,

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Creating a Legacy of Love, Joy, and Happiness By Susan Reynolds Based on Pat Burns’ interview with don Miguel Ruiz and Eva Larrson   World-renowned spiritual leader don Miguel Ruiz, author

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“Carolyn, where are you?” A very old theater in great need of cleaning was to be the new gathering place for church and our family volunteered to help. Scrubbing, sweeping

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by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) My 4 year old, Carolyn, was just getting the hang of various measurements. She walked up to grandpa with a tape measure.  She stretched it

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  by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) I met with a patient that had lots of lower back pain.  Her upper torso was stiff as she moved, instead of being able

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By Jack Levine jack@4gen.org 2012 was a year of great challenges and new responsibilities.  Life is about transitions, and as an incurable optimist, I believe the year ahead will open new

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By Pat Burns – Western Regional Editor and Art Cinema Reviewer for GRAND Magazine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsPHXVnt27g Intouchables touched my heart. This fact-based story brings us into the world of Philippe (François Cluzet),

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By Pat Burns, Regional Editor for GRAND Magazine and Movie Reviewer   To listen to this exciting interview with Deepak’s son, click here: GothamChopraOct292012-editedv3   DECODING DEEPAK https://www.snagfilms.com/decodingdeepak/ Oprah’s favorite

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Before I had children, I knew exactly how to raise kids. I watched carefully as a family with 6 children, ages 1 to 13 sat quietly through an entire church service. Even the baby! Now

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4 year old Jacob was not a fan of vegetables. That is putting it lightly. ‘Just try one bite’. That was my rule. Just one bite…that’s all you have to

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By:  Lily Prellezo   Who will remember you when you’re dead and gone? Will your legacy simply fill a rectangle on a family tree or will the people on the

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Carolyn ran in the house, threw open the refrigerator and grabbed the gallon of milk. She was thirsty! Quickly she poured – what looked like – curdled milk into her

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“STOP IT!” 4 year old Carolyn yelled from the back seat of the car. Carolyn was sitting in her car seat right behind me, so I looked into the rear

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“Carolyn, where are you?” A very old theater in great need of cleaning was to be the new gathering place for church and our family volunteered to help. Scrubbing, sweeping

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The whistle blew to line up for the water balloon toss.  4 year old Kerrington excitedly ran over to get in place.  As the rules were explained, my niece came running back

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“Get out of there, YOU IDIOT!” boomed a male voice.  Stepping out my front door, I heard his yell blast through the neighborhood. Someone was being abused. Abuse is more

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“I cut my hair,” my 4 year old granddaughter announced, bouncing out of the bathroom.  “I did it all by myself!”  That was obvious! But, she seemed very happy with

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The unusually hot humid evening begged for ice cream. Standing outside the restaurant’s walk-up window, we were handed 4 ice cream cones. That’s when the race began. “Hurry, girls,” my

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“I LOVE apple cider!” I squealed excitedly as my dad unpack apple cider vinegar from the grocery bag. “Can I have some?”  “No,” my dad chuckled, “you won’t like this.  It will

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Many predict 2012 to be a dynamic, innovative year. Individuals are encouraged to make bold moves and leave humble behind. Across Asia, artificial insemination has been on the rise since

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