Jun 03 2010

I Love U Guys Foundation

Our guest today is John-Michael Keyes. He and his wife, Ellen lost their daughter, Emily in a tragic school shooting in 2006. They started the "I Love U Guys Foundation" to help keep our kids safe at school. Learn more about getting involved here: http://www.iloveuguys.org/

Click the links below to hear the interview with John-Michael Keyes:

Segment 1

Segment 2

Segment 3

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6/2/2010 4:00:42 AM
Valerie United States
I'm listening to you guys on the radio right now talking about the "I love you guys" Ministry. It got me to thinking about something that I was just reading. I'm a student in college, and one of my assignments was to write a critique on a magazine article on which ever one we chose. I picked an article on a story about a woman from another contry who was forced into prostitution as a 7 year old child. Her story was absolutely heartbreaking. I was crying as I read about the things she went through. But what was awesome about this story, is that, like the ministry you guys were talking about, she found beauty in her pain. Now she goes back to the places where she went through these horrible things, and helps girls and women who were in the same place she was. it is so awesome that she uses her story of pain, to give hope to others.
6/2/2010 11:59:34 AM
Sandy Reed United States
Sandy Reed
My son died when he was 10 years old.  I was lucky enough to hold him when he died.  My heart goes out to this family.  I have gone back to college (AND AM ABOUT TO GRADUATE!!!).  I have been lucky enough to have teachers that let me share my son's story with the other students in his class.  God gives me such peace every time he gives me an opportunity to share his story (and his bravery). Thank you, Scott and Kelly, for letting them share their story and their love for both God and their daughter.
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