Stories Of Faith

Take a moment to lift your spirit and witness the many
ways God responds to our needs. These incredible
true stories of faith, hope and prayer will enrich
your spiritual life and inspire you to move forward
on your faith journey.

Recent Stories of Faith

Jim Cantore

The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore has had his share of struggles throughout his life. But he has always managed to ride out the tempests.

by Jim Cantore
, Atlanta, Georgia

Kathleen King in front of Tates Bake Shop

At age 40, she lost the business she'd started decades before. Today, she's back stronger and sweeter than ever.

by Kathleen King
, Southampton, New York

Gabby Douglas shows off her newly won gold medal

Meet this Olympic champion's most important coach.

by Gabby Douglas
, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Harry Denman

Though I was in his company for only a few hours, Harry Denman had a profound effect on my life.

by Richard H. Schneider
, New York, New York

Photograph of gravestones and poppies

Watch our visual rendition of the popular and poignant war poem "In Flanders Field."


Nik Wallenda

His parents wanted something better for him than the circus life. But what could be better?

by Nik Wallenda
, Sarasota, Florida

Rick Hamlin

A young man just out of college is inspired on a trip to Assisi, birthplace of St. Francis.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York, New York

Perry Como

In this story from December 1953, the popular crooner discusses the importance of faith in his life and career.

by Perry Como


Gene Autry

In this story from September 1949, the legendary singer, actor and businessman reveals how the faith others showed in him led to his success.

by Gene Autry


Susan Chalkias and a young orphan

A neighborhood reaches out to Thai children with AIDS.

by Helen Grace Lescheid
, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada

Jessica Cargill

Martial arts provided a way for her and her son to battle their fears.

by Jessica Cargill
, Edmond, Oklahoma

Mary Johnson

Meet a faith-filled Minneapolis woman who found the strength to forgive the man who murdered her son.


Adam Greenberg

In 2005, he was hit in the head with a 92-mile-per-hour fastball in his first Major League at-bat. He was determined it wouldn’t be his last.

by Adam Greenberg
, Guilford, Connecticut

Alberto Salazar and his medal winners, Galen Rupp and Mo Farah

This four-time marathon winner and world-class coach told his runners they had to compete for a reason.

by Alberto Salazar
, Portland, Oregon

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