Throughout our lives, we will face difficult circumstances and obstacles. Sometimes, the road we choose leads us to a place of peace and prosperity. This Tuesday, we will spend time talking with two people who are impacting the lives of others and leaving a legacy for generations to come.
Derrick Wilburn is the founder and chairman of Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, American Conservatives of Color, and BlackandConservative.com. His organizations and personal mission bridge the gap that exists between conservative political causes and parties and ethnic minorities in the U.S.
Jenny Wilkes Ferguson is a 44-year-old mother of two, who, despite adversities, refused to let society label her children's home "broken." She continues to encourage and inspire parents--especially single parents--as they strive to raise successful, God-fearing children in the midst of society's negative messages. Inspired by God and her own parents, she carries a message of hope and value to not only her children, but to every child she comes into contact with. She and her daughter Bailey Strong co-founded EduKids, Inc., to instill a love of learning in young children by teaching them hands-on science, art, and computer classes.
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