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ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)

Stories to encourage and bless you

  • ICYMI May

    1) Eliud Kipchoge strived to complete a marathon in less than two hours, something many thought was humanly impossible. Click here to watch a story. 


    2) Andy Kromer and his Edina junior hockey teammates lost a close game. But the young man felt compelled to do something when it was over. Click here to watch the story.


    3) Christian Padilla, a cadet at New Mexico Military Institute, did something selfless after qualifying for state meet in the 800-meter dash. Read the story by clicking here

    4) Todd Heap is enduring a parent's nightmare. Last month, he accidentally ran over and killed his 3-year-old daughter with his truck. May 3rd would have been her 4th birthday, and see how Heap and his family honored Holly. Click here to read the story. 

    Photo Credit: The Telegraph, Forbes, KOB, Arizona Sports

  • ICYMI March



    1) Adam Wainwright noticed a St. Louis Cardinals pitching prospect regularly walking at spring training. So the established Cardinals veteran encouraged and blessed Ryan Sherriff. Click here to see the full story.


    2) Oscar Hernandez and Brandon Drury of the Arizona Diamondbacks passed the time at spring training by doing something they do all the time, only this time with a special guest. Click here to watch.


    3) P.K. Subban returned to Montreal, and the Canadiens tribute elicited a strong reaction from him. Click here to see the whole story.



    4) Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry inspired players at Liberty University and helped donate 20,000 pairs of shoes to young people in Africa. Click here to see the story. 

  • ICYMI February

    1) Dabo Swinney recently led Clemson University to its second national football championship in dramatic fashion. In a 2010 interview with FCA, he shared how one of his coaches encouraged him to join a Huddle when he was 13 years old. Click here to read the full story.


    2) Jaime Miranda faced many challenges, including homelessness. But with his wrestling coach and college community's support, he's a co-captain and will graduate in the spring. Click here to see the full story.


    3) Jerod Cherry, who played for the New England Patriots, donated one of his Super Bowl rings... and provided hope for 24 orphans in Thailand. Click here to read the full story.


    4) Dak Prescott shined for the Dallas Cowboys during the 2016 season. But the rookie quarterback showed character with a smile gesture. Click here to see the story. 

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