If David Scotton’s birth mother hadn’t undergone a last-second change of heart, he would have just been another statistic.
"World Youth Day is an opportunity to come together and open our hearts to Jesus Christ."
It was a pilgrimage of firsts and of unity.
"I’m going to tell him everything, and I know I’m going to get rid of all of this weight inside me."
"My hope is that the students’ hearts are opened to serve those in need in their own community."
"They won’t even talk about the Christians who are suffering in Muslim countries."
"This school has many international students, so it seems like they respect the diversity of students."
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