An Elementary School Shares!

By  Leslie Postal Contact Reporter Orlando Sentinel

As 9-year-old Sabrina Agosto left her school’s lunch line, she dropped her carton of milk on the cafeteria’s “share and donation” table and then snagged an extra yogurt. “I don’t like milk,” explained the fourth grader at Aloma Elementary School in Orange County. “I really like them,” she said of her twin containers of strawberry yogurt.

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The Object of Her Attention

By Holly Vicente Robaina

Where’s Angela?” I asked. Everyone shrugged. Curious, I went in search of my sis. I checked each room of the house. When I finally found her, she was intensely focused on something. She looked up, revealing the object of her attention—her Bible.

I started to notice that Angela “disappeared” about the same time each day. I wondered how she found time to read God’s Word: So I asked her.

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Don’t Quit

Once, there was an older man, who was broke, living in a tiny house and owned a beat up car. He was living off of $99 social security checks. At 65 years of age, he decide things had to change. So he thought about what he had to offer. His friends raved about his chicken recipe. He decided that this was his best shot at making a change.

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