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American miracles

American miracles

The Cokeville Elementary Bombing Miracle

The Cokeville Elementary Bombing Miracle

On a sunny Friday afternoon in 1986, the unthinkable happened in the small town of Cokeville, Wyoming. Two people walked into the local elementary school and took the town’s children and teachers hostage. In that moment, the Mormon community of Cokeville’s trust was broken, but something far more extraordinary was about to happen. As a result, the events of that May 16th not only showed the ...
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Award Winning Journalist, Atheist, and Editor at the Chicago Tribune, Lee Strobel, is Baptized after Setting Out to Prove to His Wife that Christianity was a Hoax.

Award Winning Journalist, Atheist, and Editor at the Chicago Tribune, Lee Strobel, is Baptized after Setting Out to Prove to His Wife that Christianity was a Hoax.

Strobel was awarded a slew of awards in 1980 for his investigative journalism and was promoted to legal affairs editor for the Chicago Tribune. His investigation to prove that their was no resurrection and that Christianity was hoax began when his wife, Leslie, became a Christian. Using his journalistic and legal training to disprove the claims of Christ soon became his full focus. Strobel's investigations led ...
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Edi Bocelli, Refusing the Doctors Advise to Abort, Gives Birth to Son, Andrea. Born Blind, His Voice is Revered as the Best in the World

Edi Bocelli, Refusing the Doctors Advise to Abort, Gives Birth to Son, Andrea. Born Blind, His Voice is Revered as the Best in the World

Sixty-two years ago, a young Italian woman named Edi Bocelli, pregnant with her first child, was hospitalized with appendicitis. Her doctors advised her to abort the child because, they said, “the baby would be born with some disability.” A devout Catholic, Edi Bocelli refused, but the doctors’ prognosis was correct. Her son Andrea was born with congenital glaucoma and was completely blind by age 12. Despite ...
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The Christmas Truce of 1914

The Christmas Truce of 1914

On Christmas day 1914, something happened near the beginning of the “War to End All Wars” that put a tiny little blip of hope in the historical timeline of the organized mass slaughter that is war. On December 24, 1914, the exhausted troops settled down to their meager Christmas meal with, for the lucky ones, gifts from home, special food, special liquor, special chocolate bars and the ...
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Abraham Lincoln's Proclamation Appointing a National Fast Day

Abraham Lincoln’s Proclamation Appointing a National Fast Day

Sarah J. Hale, a writer and the editor of a popular women’s magazine, Godey’s Ladies Journal, was born on October 24th, 1788 in Newport, New Hampshire. Her parents Gordon Buell and Martha Whittlesay Buell believed in equal education for both genders, so Sarah was home-schooled by her mother. Later, Sarah became a local schoolteacher and in 1813 she married a lawyer, David Hale. Together, Sarah and her husband formed a small literary ...
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