The Last Bullet
He was told he was paralyzed from the chest down. The bullet still remains in his body today.
By Julia Wall
World Within Our Own
A mother cares for her son with autism.
By Carolyn Van Houten
An undocumented immigrant’s fight for his future.
By Josh Davis
The Light Worker
Being psychic is hard when you’re 13.
By Kathryn Carlson
A relationship of struggle and overcoming.
By Vanessa Patchett
A Living Memory
One family's battle for justice. By Ryan Comfort
“My relatives don’t think I’m Chinese ... here" By Rebecca Yan
You Are Here
Cancer patient Cherry Turnage needed a bone marrow transplant. After the surgery, she had to isolate her self from society to prevent infection.
By Carter McCall
It is said that twins are two bodies that share a single soul. By Ashley Blue
"Living in a children’s home... it’s a completely different world. " By Allison Williams
The meaning of grace explored through movement, faith, and society. By Rachel Dennis
To Live Well on This Land
The land allows them to define for themselves what it means to live a valuable life. By Mika Chance
How one family used their loss to build others' lives. By Bryce Butner
King of the Hill
“The only thing that can get me out of this place is a woman or my son.” By Morgan McCloy
A meditation on coping with death.
By Terri Flag
A Tail of Trail
Preservation in action. By Seth Muller
24/7: Don’t Quit Your Day Job
Three renowned and successful hip-hop artists rely on regular, 9-to-5 (or more) jobs to survive. By Ryan Cocca
A Room of Her Own
"I didn't know much about drag before I met Justin, but I soon knew everything about it!" By Rohan Ayinde Smith
Fighting for Balance
A father of two trying to make it as a professional MMA fighter. By Andrew Mackenzie
Chasing a Dream
Desmond Jackson, a 12-year-old amputee, dreams of becoming a Paralympian. By Stephen Mitchell
One Such Child
"Whoever receives one such child in my name, receives me." - Matthew 18:5 By Christopher Lane
Our cultural heritage defines who we are as individuals. By Lauren Vied
Journey of a Surrogate Mother
"You enjoy it so much and you see how happy the family is, it makes you want to do it again." By Chelsey Allder
For the Sterling and Turner families, foster care means love. By Mallory Darida