Glenn read this incredible story on radio:
Palmer, Alaska, Anthony Ersk is not one to sit and wait for life to happen to him or anyone else. Not only does the ambitious young man have a bachelor's degree, but he has a book published on deep sea creatures that's coming out in the next year. This weekend he hopes to accomplish what no other has in the valley, no other has ever done before. A member of the Palmer church of God has invited 37 ‑‑ 37 members of Palmer churches for more than 30 local ministries and several public servants to gather for the first Palmer Springspiration at Raven Hall on the Alaska State fairgrounds. This one‑of‑a‑kind colony days event is meant to unite in song and inspiration a variety of faiths and services for the good of the community. He's an outgoing man who isn't shy about his beliefs, this according to his paper. He said conservative radio personality Glenn Beck was the one who initially inspired him to take action to help churches become a special shield in their communities to protect residents from negative outside influences.
Oh, I left one thing out of this story. He's 11. He's 11 years old. He already has a bachelor's degree. Is that right? 11‑year‑old ‑‑ no. No, no. I'm sorry. 11‑year‑old ‑‑ wait. Not only is he ambitious 11‑year‑old, yeah, aim to have a bachelor's degree by the time he's 18, but he also has a book coming out. Yeah, he's 11. That's insane.
These are the ‑ these are the kinds of things that are happening all around the country.