May 29, 2017

Students’ bodies have broken fingers

South Korean ferry

As the funerals of 25 students were held near Seoul more information is being released about the desperate last minutes of the hundreds of young people and their teachers aboard the South Korean ferry that sunk last week. “We have to touch everything with our hands. This is the most grueling and heartbreaking job of my… Read more

How Adoption Can Transform Lives

Rachel at 17 months

By Julie Samrick   For anyone who’s ever wondered if it’s possible to love an adopted child as much as a biological one, let me tell you Susan’s story.   Susan and her husband, Trent, had two biological children of their own, a boy and a girl, with hopes for an even larger family.  When… Read more

South Korea is ditching school textbooks

SouthKorean students

Leading the world in student test scores, South Korea will replace textbooks with tablet computers for each student.  Read why the rest of the world should take notice