As their four sons grew up, Anne and Clint Gibleon tried to hide the fact that they are quadruplets as much as they could, hoping to offer the boys a life as normal as possible under the unique circumstances.
Dr. Duane "Dewey" Hanzel's hobbies, from playing rugby to rodeo roping, have always reflected his station in life. The Montana native got his nickname from his football teammates in high school. Sporting a long pony tail at the time, his friends refered t
An intense white light conversion experience called Martha Brune Rapp away from her public relations job and into the ministry.
David Boden-Shackleton was an aimless youth. School bored him, and at one point, he almost failed out, because he would have rather been outside or playing video games. It was a video game that led him to his life passion, parkour, a sport that involves vaulting over obstacles and clearing large gaps in a way that would steal the breath from most people.
Dan Conboy's professional career focused on the legal system, but in his private time, the retired parole officer always has sought out the stage.
The difficulty of raising two sons with autism into adulthood proves worthwhile for Otis and Gwendolyn Pleasant when live music fills their home. There were hard times when the boys were growing up - there are still moments when the couple has to teach their sons social cues that seem to be instinctual for most adults - but in the Pleasant household, there is never a dull moment and it's not unusual for Christopher and Jason to fill the home with music.
Disobeying his parents wishes set off a chain of events that led to Bob Mejer's 50-year career as an artist and art professor.
Ryan Stark got his first camcorder at 13, and the piece of equipment became an extension of himself. He wanted to be a country western star or a construction worker, like his father, but his passion for film slowly transformed itself into a career and helped him to carve out his own niche as an entrepreneur.
The first time Gabby Pratt attended an event at Quincy Young Life, she spent most of it in the bathroom. Crippled by an anxiety attack, her first hour there was full of terror as she hid out in a stall. Pratt now helps other students who are in the position she once was.
Ryan Jansen was on track to go to West Point and eyeing a military career when a hard hit during a particularly hot football practice shattered those dreams.