Aug 19 2014

Scott and Kelli Take The Ice Bucket Challenge To Raise Awareness For ALS & More!

“Christians get very angry toward other Christians who sin differently than they do.” - Phillips Yancy

 

Scott and Kelli Take The Ice Bucket Challenge To Raise Awareness For ALS! 

  

Don Pardo, Longtime 'SNL' Announcer, Dies At 96 

 

Justin Timberlake Brings Happy Back With Birthday Song For Boy With Autism 

 

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A Letter To My Pre-Mom Self

Calling All Dads! Enter The 'GMA' Dance-Off: Daddy Daughter Edition 

'You're All My Boys': Coach Inspires Team After Little League World Series Loss

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Aug 18 2014

Doctor Of Chocolate, Downton Abbey Charity, Ebola Patient Reunited With Husband, & Malala Yousafzai

God is faithful...no matter what! 

 

 

How Can I Be More Like Malala? Young Readers Meet The Teen Who Inspired The World 

 

Cambridge University Seeks 'Doctor Of Chocolate' For Sweet Course Work

 

In Other News: 

Ebola Patient Reunited With Husband, 'Moved With Tears' 

'Downton Abbey' Cast Pokes Fun At Water Bottle Goof For Charity

 

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Aug 15 2014
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings: Friendship, Gold Medal, Retirement
Aug 09 2012

Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings: Friendship, Gold Medal, Retirement

Misty May-Treanor on Kerri Walsh Jennings: 'I will never leave her side.' TODAY 

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The USA win at beach volleyball Wednesday night at the London Olympics marked the end of a legacy, but not of the enduring friendship between Misty May-Treanor and partner Kerri Walsh Jennings. Still, when the pair stood on the podium to accept the gold together, they knew it was for the last time. May-Treanor, who has played with Walsh Jennings for over a decade, will be retiring.

It was the third time May-Treanor and Walsh Jennings stood side-by-side to accept gold. The win in London wraps up a Olympic career that has led to a perfect record of 21 wins and no losses, with the pair losing only one set in all of their Olympic competitions. “We played the toughest competition in the world and we’ve withstood every challenge to be hanging out on top,” Walsh Jennings told TODAY's Matt Lauer.  

Even though Wednesday was the last time the world will see the two spike on the sand, their partnership is far from over. May-Treanor, who said she's ready for her next journey, said that “I will never leave [Walsh Jennings’] side." She called her time in London "emotional," but added, "I think we learn so much about everything outside of volleyball.

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