Ralph Taylor, athlete, teacher, sports broadcaster, consultant, builder of cultural bridges speaks of the many role models in his early life that inspired him to make the world a better place.
While arranging to take grandparenthing classes, Steve Hamilton gets the spark of an idea for a book from his iPhone and then begins the process of creating a legacy of love and respect.
After many years of kindness to an older family friend, a will is changed, a gift surprises everyone and Susan Barrett’s dreams to improve services to the needy come true.
Raised in Boswell, Tony Trimble brought the compassion and humanity of small town Indiana to his work as a psychologist at the Indiana Youth Center in Plainfield, his current work as a history professor at Ivy Tech, and as a well educated citizen of the world.
Fresh, tart cherries, a flock of hungry birds, gifts of lemons and seeds for the future. Ken Oguss tells the story of how fathers pass along the legacy of love to their sons and daughters.
Pete Freeman tells the first of a series of life stories about being introverted and deciding for himself at the age of six that it was okay! Part 1 – Runaway.
An unlocked farmhouse in Morgan County. A blizzard in April 1960. Dozens of people without power, water or food. What did they do? Diana Chamness tells the story.
Beth Ann Millett tells about planning to be a single mother by choice at 35, figuring out how to tell her friends and family and the wonders of parenthood.
In this excerpt of Gwen Althauser Betor’s life story we hear how she is a survivor with a love of life, family and the poetry of the Hoosier Poet, James Whitcomb Riley.
Cato and Beatrice Cork reflect on life, love, marriage and how honest role models can help couples get through difficult times.