Exclusive Content:

When Your Son Is 18: “It Will Make You Smile & Cry at the Same Time”

"When you become a mom, the years all of a sudden start flying by. At lightspeed. You try hard to slow down time, but no matter how hard you try, you can’t figure out the magic potion to freeze time."

Don’t Marry the Guy Who Tells You You’re Pretty With No Make-Up— Marry This Guy Instead

There is so much relationship advice out there and I’m just one voice among millions, but if I could tell you one thing, dear girl, it’s this.

Remembering Phil Hartman: The SNL Legend’s Life and Tragic End

Explore the life and career of Phil Hartman, the beloved Saturday Night Live cast member known for his brilliant comedic talent, who was tragically killed by his wife in 1998.

Watch This Mom Listen to Her Daughter’s Heartbeat One Last Time. It’s So Powerful It Left These News Anchors in Tears

The Storches have since devoted their lives to raising awareness of organ and tissue donation. They created the Taylor’s Gift foundation (taylorsgift.org), which has hundreds of volunteers across the United States who organize speaking engagements, registration drives and education services about organ donation. The foundation has also worked with nail polish giant OPI to create the color “Taylor Blue” and the “Paint It Forward” campaign, which encourages supporters to paint their nails Taylor Blue and share a picture on social media, donating $1 for each painted nail to the foundation.

The Storches hope that their story will encourage people to register as organ and tissue donors and speak openly about the subject, as well as to raise Canada’s low organ donor registration rates. Currently, there are about 1,500 people awaiting life-saving organ transplants in Ontario alone, with one person dying every three days. Canada’s rates are one of the lowest among countries that perform transplants. The Storches encourage everyone to take one minute out of their day to register and have a conversation with their families, as it is essential to saving lives.

Brian Orme
Brian Orme
Brian is a writer and editor from Ohio. He works with creative and innovative people to discover the top stories, resources and trends to equip and inspire the Church.

When Your Son Is 18: “It Will Make You Smile & Cry at the Same Time”

"When you become a mom, the years all of a sudden start flying by. At lightspeed. You try hard to slow down time, but no matter how hard you try, you can’t figure out the magic potion to freeze time."

Don’t Marry the Guy Who Tells You You’re Pretty With No Make-Up— Marry This Guy Instead

There is so much relationship advice out there and I’m just one voice among millions, but if I could tell you one thing, dear girl, it’s this.

Remembering Phil Hartman: The SNL Legend’s Life and Tragic End

Explore the life and career of Phil Hartman, the beloved Saturday Night Live cast member known for his brilliant comedic talent, who was tragically killed by his wife in 1998.