Gary Lucero Jr., a sophomore at the Presbyterian-related Menaul School, has 20/20 vision that sees the promise of the future and the richness of the past.
He looks forward to the year... (More...)
Their student days may have been a generation apart, but both Lemuel Garcia-Arroyo and his nephew Jasiel Hernandez found the Presbyterian Pan American School (Pan Am) to be an incubator... (More...)
In 2014, Elisabeth Scotland’s college graduation day turned from joy and celebration to trauma and heartache in an instant.
After receiving her diploma from Boston University, Elisabeth,... (More...)
As an urban minister for more than 40 years, Bob Forsberg dedicated his willing hands, generous heart, and sharp mind to serving people society had cast aside.
Last year however,... (More...)
Mari Duran is a happy seventh grader who wants to be a judge when she grows up. Right now, however, she is enjoying life as an honor student, a cheerleader, a volleyball player,... (More...)
Jim Irwin was looking forward to college graduation and medical school when he received news of his father’s death on a cold February day in 1962. Jim’s father, Rev. James Walter... (More...)
Rosie, a lovable Australian labradoodle, provides more than companionship to Rev. Wendy McAninch: She also alerts her to important sounds that Wendy is unable to hear.
Wendy has... (More...)
Monika Ruiz’s vocational aspirations paint a portrait of holistic Christian commitment. This college sophomore wants to serve as a nurse in international mission, but her dreams... (More...)
No one should have to choose between food and medicine, but Sharon was approaching that. Battling advanced thyroid cancer since 2001, Sharon was facing the growing number of additional... (More...)
When Siya Gu came to the United States from her hometown in China in 2013, she never imagined that her journey and the education she received would impact her life in so many ways.... (More...)
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