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Oklahoma Softball Players: ‘Our Life Is in Christ, and That’s All That Matters’

After winning game 2 of the College World Series last night (June 8) against Florida State, the Oklahoma women's softball team has completed a historic three-peat. But despite the team’s dominance and a 53-game winning streak, on-field victories aren’t the priority for the Oklahoma softball players or their coach.

‘You Are Made in the Image of God’—Valedictorian’s Faith-Filled Graduation Speech Goes Viral for All the Right Reasons

A South Carolina high school valedictorian is going viral for her very faith-based graduation speech following a devastating tragedy.

“A Boy at School Punched My Daughter in the Face. Hard. What on Earth Are We Teaching Our Girls?”

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“That’s Not Going to Bring My Brother Back”: George Floyd’s Brother Makes Tearful Plea at the Site of George’s Murder

It’s been just over a week since George Floyd was brutally killed by a white police officer who held a knee on his neck for over eight minutes. Since that day, protests have erupted across the nation.

Though one former officer has been charged with manslaughter and third-degree murder, critics contest that the charges are not harsh enough for the crime.

As police struggle to gain control over violent crowds and President Trump has called for the military to be deployed to stop “acts of domestic terror,” George Floyd’s brother, Terrence Floyd, delivered a riveting speech at the site of George’s murder.

As Terrence sobbed and knelt in prayer, two men on either side struggled to help the heartbroken brother maintain his balance.

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Terrence is the first member of George’s family to visit the Minneapolis intersection where the fateful event occurred.

“I know y’all are upset,” said Terrence, in addressing the massive crowd surrounding him. “But if I’m not over here wilin’ out, if I’m not over here blowing up stuff, if I’m not over here messing up my community, then what are y’all doing?”

“What are y’all doing?!” repeated Terrence with forceful conviction in his voice. “Y’all doing nothing, because that’s not going to bring my brother back at all.”

The impassioned brother then likened the violent protests to drinking alcohol, explaining that while it may feel good momentarily, you’re going to regret its repercussions later.

Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey is an editor at Outreach. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Glitter is her favorite color, 2nd only to pink, and 3rd only to pink glitter.

Oklahoma Softball Players: ‘Our Life Is in Christ, and That’s All That Matters’

After winning game 2 of the College World Series last night (June 8) against Florida State, the Oklahoma women's softball team has completed a historic three-peat. But despite the team’s dominance and a 53-game winning streak, on-field victories aren’t the priority for the Oklahoma softball players or their coach.

‘You Are Made in the Image of God’—Valedictorian’s Faith-Filled Graduation Speech Goes Viral for All the Right Reasons

A South Carolina high school valedictorian is going viral for her very faith-based graduation speech following a devastating tragedy.

“A Boy at School Punched My Daughter in the Face. Hard. What on Earth Are We Teaching Our Girls?”

"A boy at school punched my daughter in the face. HARD. And yes, I have pictures..."