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Angels

Recent Angels Stories

Sometimes your prayer could be the difference between life and death.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

When a mom is down with the flu, the roles are reversed.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

Gabriel the angel dog, who comforted so many, gets his turn.

by Peggy Frezon

A flock of friends–and angels?–comes to help find a missing ring.

by Colleen Hughes

A long red scarf floats on the breeze.

Under the weather and worried, her spirits were lifted by a scarf that took a long ride on the breeze.

by Paula Dyer
, Stillwater, New Jersey

Statue of an angel. Photo by Katty King, Thinkstock.

She loved the idea of angels. But did she really believe in them? 

by Colleen Hughes

Shrimp and Corn Bisque

This creamy soup has got a spicy kick that will keep you warm on cold nights and also makes a nice winter Sunday supper.

by Marilyn Turk
, Niceville, Florida

Ingrid Michaelson

Emma Fulenwider's engineer boyfriend likes things just so. When he decided to propose to her, he spent a year learning to play this song on the ukulele. Read Emma's story!


A family's generosity turns out to be not just a good idea, but a God idea.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

Carin LeRoy checks out the fashions in an Indian marketplace.

He was the only person she knew in all of Delhi—how did he keep turning up?

by Carin LeRoy
, Orlando, Florida

One of Abby's angel drawings

Her daughter's latest drawings were quite different from the stick figures she usually favored.

by Jane Kuhn
, Fresno, California

An artist's rendering of an angel with a small bird on its finger

They gathered in the branches outside her father's window, the songbirds he called God’s choir.

by Shilia Hale
, McMinnville, Tennessee

A neighbor's kind deed saves a dog and inspires an owner to stop a bad habit.

by Colleen Hughes

An artist's rendering of an angel in a dinghy tossing out a lifeline

Two lives, both stormy as the sea, are put back on track by a mysterious stranger.

by Stuart Reininger
, West Mystic, Connecticut

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