GLENN: Let's go to Jim in Virginia. Jim, how has your life changed since 2006?
CALLER: Well, I'm -- what I've decided to do is just focus more on charitable giving and helping those that are struggling. And that's what I appreciate about your work through Mercury One. Years ago, you know, the church did most of that work. And the government has taken that away from us. But I like that through Mercury One, you're working with charitable organizations to go in and help people that are in need and building back homes and doing things that you can to -- especially in disaster relief. And my family has gotten involved with a group -- a local group here that's a Christian-based disaster relief organization called God's Pit Crew, that goes around into these areas that have been devastated by disasters. And they worked helping restore and rebuild people's homes and churches. And just -- it's --
GLENN: How -- how has that changed you, or how has that affected you?
CALLER: Well, it's given me a closer walk with Christ, for one, because I feel like I'm doing his work. You know, when you go into these places where people have lost everything and you can give something back to them -- and, you know, the looks on their faces and how thankful they are for the work that we've done for them actually, they don't realize that it's kind of selfish on my part because I feel like I'm getting more out of it than they are.
GLENN: I know.
CALLER: Because I'm able to help them and give something back to them.
GLENN: Jim -- Jim, thank you very much. It is one thing that we seem to always forget, and that's what service gives back. And it's gratitude.
Grace, in Pennsylvania, how has your life changed since 2006?
CALLER: Well, I'm 26 years old. So I have gone to college, graduated, gotten a job, and gotten married. (chuckling)
GLENN: Wow. Congratulations.
CALLER: Thank you.
Yeah, I think the biggest thing that's helped change my life and bring perspective is that relationship with Christ, like the last caller was talking about. And I just want to say, you always talk -- it seems like you focus sometimes on the negative. And I just want to help you encourage you as well because there are a lot of good things going on in the world. And you have really been a family to a lot of us out here. Very conservative and very focused on my faith, and there aren't a lot of voices that I can go to and hear, talking about the politics and the faith, and just being a good person, being consistent. So thank you for that.
GLENN: You're welcome, Grace. Thank you. Inspiring to hear somebody that's 26 years old and listening and active and working hard. Thank you so much, Grace. Congratulations.
CALLER: Yeah, thank you.
GLENN: You bet. Buh-bye.
I will tell you that Mercury One started an intern program. And we could really use your help at Mercury One. That is something that is all reliant on you. And we would sure appreciate your donation at mercuryone.org. But we have -- we have started a -- a leadership program with David Barton. And the millennials that are coming through our door are truly remarkable. Truly, truly remarkable.
And we're going to continue to introduce you to them, all through the summer. And you'll want to help and be involved for the next generation. Mercuryone.org.