An Invitation in the Mailbox

By LaTressa McVey   I remember the first day I held Janae in my arms. Within her first minutes, I could envision my grandkids, sending her off at college, first…

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The Girl who Dances Through Chemo

Imagine having to evacuate for a hurricane just days after you’ve celebrated the birth to your fifth child. To make matters worse, while away from home you notice that your…

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Coffee Served with a Purpose

There’s a new coffee shop in town – but it isn’t like the ones you know. Of course it will have strong coffee, pastries, and plenty of hand-crafted, decadent beverages…

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“Something that Shouldn’t be There”

In the summer of 2015, three-year-old Ava began complaining of lower back pain. After being sent home from daycare on several occasions and multiple inconclusive trips to the pediatrician, Ava’s…

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Cooking Along

There aren’t many eleven-year-old boys who love to watch cooking shows and help mom when she cooks. Fewer still could recognize celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay. But Adeshino (Kaleb) isn’t your…

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Do you have Spring Fever yet?

In March 2017, a sellout crowd gathered at Ponce City Market for the inaugural Spring Fever. Hosted by CURE’s Young Professional Leadership Council (YPLC), the event was designed to raise…

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The Incurable Curse

by Kyle Klerk   Kyle knows all about living with what he calls, “The Incurable Curse.” A childhood cancer survivor, Kyle is in the sixth grade and wrote this piece…

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Inspiration from Kristin Connor

Dear friends, Inspired. Almost every day I learn something or hear something or see something that just leaves me feeling inspired. I’m going to wear out that word, I use…

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What Hope Looks Like to Me

Coasting through life as a parent attending PTA meetings, football games, and baseball games, I could never have imaged that my world would be turned upside down in a matter…

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