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12-Year-Old Girl Dies by Suicide After Being Relentlessly Bullied and Harassed at School

After facing relentless bullying and harassment over the past school year, 12-year-old Flora Martinez ended her life on May 7. Now, her parents are demanding change from schools and administrators after the bullying persisted, even once she was gone.

One Year After 26-Year-Old Wife Dies of Cancer, Husband Finds Redeeming Love After Loss With Young Widow

After his wife Maddy died of cancer at just 26 years old, Chandler David Smith was left grieving an unimaginable loss and navigating what it looked like to be a single dad. In his grief, he found new and beautiful love with a young widow and mother of three.

Florida ‘Safe Haven’ Baby Graduates High School, Reunites With Firefighters Who Received Her 18 Years Ago

Eighteen years ago, when she was just one day old, a baby named Colleen was surrendered at a “Safe Haven” box in Clermont, Florida. Now, as she successfully graduates high school, Colleen is reuniting with the firefighters who were with her on that fateful day 18 years ago.

Farmer Fires Back at NFL Protest by Plowing 6-Word Message in Bean Field

It may be week five of the NFL regular season, but the games and match-ups are the least of people’s concerns when it comes to the National Football League this fall.

Week after week, tensions and words are flying crazier than a Hail Mary to the end zone as more and more athletes join the protest against black oppression in America by “taking a knee” during the playing of the National Anthem.

Initiated by quarterback Colin Kaepernick last season, the decision to either kneel or sit during the Star Spangled Banner, rather than stand at attention, was a bold refusal to honor the flag of the country that Kaepernick believes oppresses black people and people of color.

It didn’t take but one game and one press conference to make him either the most hated athlete in the NFL, or the most praised. The following week brought an army of support from a number of fellow players.

This season is no different. With more players than ever joining the protest against the American flag, the 2017 NFL season has very little to do with football, and everything to do with politics and protests.

While players are standing, kneeling, sitting or twitter-war-ing with President Trump about doing so, everyday people like Gene Hanson are taking a stance of their own.

The 77-year-old from Edgeley, North Dakota, took to his 850-acre farm with a message for the players who he feels have chosen the wrong place to protest.

It reads: “We stand for the National Anthem.”

Gene Hanson

The message plowed in his bean field spans the length of two football fields.

For Hanson, it’s not the protest against black oppression that bothers him, it’s the manner in which it’s being executed.

“A lot of people died over our flag,” he says. “We’re able to voice our opinion because of it. If you’re going to show respect for anything, do it for the national anthem.”

And this farmer didn’t use GPS technology to design his larger-than-life message.

According to Fox News, “He flies his two-seater plane, and if his design passes the test, he snaps a pic with a Cannon camera and posts it on Facebook. He said he’s only been unsuccessful twice.”

Bri Lamm
Bri Lamm
Bri is an outgoing introvert with a heart that beats for adventure. She lives to serve the Lord, experience the world, and eat macaroni and cheese in between capturing life’s greatest moments on one of her favorite cameras.

12-Year-Old Girl Dies by Suicide After Being Relentlessly Bullied and Harassed at School

After facing relentless bullying and harassment over the past school year, 12-year-old Flora Martinez ended her life on May 7. Now, her parents are demanding change from schools and administrators after the bullying persisted, even once she was gone.

One Year After 26-Year-Old Wife Dies of Cancer, Husband Finds Redeeming Love After Loss With Young Widow

After his wife Maddy died of cancer at just 26 years old, Chandler David Smith was left grieving an unimaginable loss and navigating what it looked like to be a single dad. In his grief, he found new and beautiful love with a young widow and mother of three.

Florida ‘Safe Haven’ Baby Graduates High School, Reunites With Firefighters Who Received Her 18 Years Ago

Eighteen years ago, when she was just one day old, a baby named Colleen was surrendered at a “Safe Haven” box in Clermont, Florida. Now, as she successfully graduates high school, Colleen is reuniting with the firefighters who were with her on that fateful day 18 years ago.