Recent Faith Stories

three friends walking on the beach

Scripture and tips to improve the relationships in your life.

by Elizabeth Peale Allen
, Pawling, New York

Devotional writer, Tricia Goyer

A devotion for times when you're having a difficult time accepting God's plans for you life.

by Tricia Goyer
, Little Rock, Arkansas

A boy folding a flag at military camp. Photo courtesy CRISTA Operation Xtreme

Military kids grow up knowing what it means to serve an idea greater than self. But it's not always easy for them...

by Edie Melson

Stories of Faith blogger Shawnelle Eliasen's grandmother, Mamo

I sit and think about treasured moments, the times Mamo whispered encouragement. She was like that–gentle love flowed into the relationships she had.

by Shawnelle Eliasen

rick Hamlin, author of 10 Prayers You Can't Live Without

Rick Hamlin explains how spending a few minutes of meaningful quiet time with God can lessen your worries and strengthen your faith.

Actor Robert Stack

In this story from August 1968, the popular actor reveals how he learned to relinquish control over his life and career.

by Robert Stack

Noah is arguably the original Mysterious Ways story; assistant editor Daniel Kessel explains why.

by Adam Hunter

woman with hands clasped in prayer

In this excerpt from Pray Big for Your Life, you'll learn how to jump-start your relationship with God.

by Will Davis, Jr.
, Austin, Texas

It takes a lot of love to see a longing heart and speak a gentle but firm “no”...

by Shawnelle Eliasen

Devotion writer, Rebecca Barlow Jordan

Simple steps to find gratitude instead of negativity... no matter what challenges you face.

by Rebecca Barlow Jordan
, Greenville, Texas.

Elizabeth Peale Allen

Scripture and tips to help your spirit blossom and flourish.

by Elizabeth Peale Allen
, Pawling, New York

Russell Crowe as Noah in Darren Aronofsky's film

The Russell Crowe film offers a new perspective on the struggle to follow God's will.

by Jessica Toomer

Elizabeth Sherrill leans in to smooch her husband, John.

She had every reason to be happy. So why wasn’t she?

by Elizabeth Sherrill
, Hingham, Massachusetts

Antoinette Tuff

She could have run. She could have been killed. Instead she talked, and more than 800 students were spared.

by Antoinette Tuff
, Atlanta, Georgia

Syndicate content