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July 2019 Heroine of the Month

Abigail Smith Adams Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period. Abigail Smith Adams was the wife of John Adams, President of the United States. Born in Massachusetts to William Smith and Elizabeth Quincy in 1744, she was a…

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June 2019: Elisabeth Elliott

Elisabeth Elliott Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period. Elisabeth Elliott is the wife of the late Jim Elliot, one of the four American missionaries who were killed by the Auca Indians in the jungles…

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April 2019: Jill Stanek

  Jill Stanek Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period.   Over a decade ago, Jill was minding her own business, working as a nurse on the southwest side of Chicago. In a moment,…

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Building a Marriage that Lasts a Lifetime

One day while at the radio studio, I was talking with two young, single men who were producing a show, and the subject of marriage came up. When they found out how long my husband and I have been married … and that we are still sincerely in love …their response was noteworthy. They were…

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Operation Heartlift: Supporting Our Troops

  For Years Changing Worldviews has supported our Troops and their familieswith events, care packages, etc. through Operation Heartlift. Please visit our sister site to see activites and outreaches we have done. The reports back from our Troops who are in harms way only validate how important it is for us and all the other…

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March 2019: Irena Sendler

  Irena Sendler Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period.   Irena Sendler was born in Otwock, Poland, in 1910. When the Nazis invaded in 1939, Irena was a social worker and so had…

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February 2019: Rosemary Schindler Garlow

Rosemary Schindler Garlow Heroine: a woman having the qualities of a hero; a woman admired and emulated for her achievements and qualities; the central female figure in an event or period. The niece of Oscar Schindler (of Schindler’s List ), the remarkable ‘Gentile’ man who outwitted Hitler and the Nazis to save more Jews from the gas…

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‘Killing Girls’ Jill Stanek

January is Sanctity of Human Life Month, and we have aired, or re-aired shows on the subject, including with Jill Stanek, a nurse, who tells of her horrific experience finding a discarded baby aborted alive in the hospital she worked at, and how that led her to the White House for legislation to stop such…

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How Important is Family to You Really?

Who would argue that family impacts our life more than any other institution, no matter who we are – a president or a pedestrian guard; a movie star or a mailman? Depending on our family experience, we will rate that impact somewhere between positive and negative. But experience is not the only indication to how…

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Go on a Day Trip of Simple Compassion

Compassion is the desire to ease another’s suffering; to alleviate another’s distress. More than a feeling, compassion is shown in service and giving. Mother Teresa was known, celebrated and admired for her compassion displayed in the slums of Calcutta, India, where she helped and cared for the poor and sick, who others had forgotten. You may never travel…

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