Jul 29, 2019
It’s no secret that sports teach character.
Both wellness and life lessons come with being part of a team.
Jose Moreno gets to take those benefits to the next level.
As the Vice President of Marketing and Community Relations for the Fiesta Bowl, Jose leads charitable giving and philanthropic efforts...
Jul 22, 2019
Did you know: One in seven Americans will be affected by addiction? And the disease is even more prevalent in members of the armed forces, particularly with tobacco, alcohol and prescription drug abuse.
Unsurprisingly, the problems created by addiction are many.
As veteran Edwyn Hector says, addiction takes you from...
Jul 15, 2019
Do you want to know the Bible better but aren’t sure where to start?
Do you open your Bible to begin reading and feel a little lost?
You’re not alone. Those are the two most common barriers to the study of Scripture.
And with those in mind, Pastor Mark Moore wrote “Core 52: A Fifteen-Minute Daily Guide to...
Jul 8, 2019
When Guy Fieri was just 10 years old, he sold soft pretzels from a three-wheel bicycle cart that he built with his father.
Through the years, Guy has opened more than 60 restaurants around the world, starred in seven TV series and executive produced a number of others, inducted into the BBQ Hall of Fame, and authored...
Jul 1, 2019
When Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder returned to the U.S. after 11 years living abroad, he said he was taken aback by the number of people he saw living on the streets—in tents, below freeway underpasses, and at the base of our cities’ skyscrapers.
He returned to the West coast to lead The Salvation Army here and...