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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
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r At Serve Daily, we like to bring to your attention people who do good things for people in need of good things in their life. Such a person is Nadia Khristean. As an 11-year-old girl she began understanding the wars in the world and that some soldiers who are daddies do not come home to their daughters. Deeply troubled by that thought she developed great love and empathy for soldiers who have gone to war. She decided she wanted to write a song and she kept working at writing that song and singing that song and perfecting that song until it became a “real” song. It became a song that we now know as “Daddy Come Home” and was professionally recorded when she was 15 years old. She co-founded the Daddy Come Home Foundation to raise money to honor families of fallen soldiers. That is where Nadia began her dedication to helping others.

She has recorded three music videos through Soularium Studios and Go Big Films. Each song is dedicated to a cause, such as anti-bullying, inner beauty in women, abused children, and how small acts make a difference. She does speaking engagements at schools and LDS functions. She served an LDS Mission in Peru. She is currently going to BYU majoring in Commercial Music. There is no spare time in her life as she pursues one good cause after another. For Veterans Day weekend she teamed up with Ryan Stream and made a spectacular music video. Most recently she has worked on a music video to raise money for a 20-year-old girl with a very debilitating bone cancer known as “osteosarcoma.”

When asked why she does what she does Nadia said that “She wants to be a voice for the voiceless people in need.” At 20 years old, Nadia Khristean is a pretty amazing person and great role model for young people. You are encouraged to check her out online at www.nadiakhristean.com, www.youtube.com/nadiakhristean, and www.facebook.com/nadiakhristean.

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Chris Bairdhttp://www.servedaily.com
Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.

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