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Motivational Stories

Everybody has a dream.
And every day there are people, just like you,
turning their dreams into reality. It’s their
inspirational stories that we tell here.
You’ll read about the faith, hope and
perseverance that helped these people get
to where they are, the families and friends
that supported them, the adversities they
overcame, but most importantly, in these
motivational stories you’ll find the inspiration
to do the same.







Recent Motivational Stories

How one woman led a family from complacent Christianity to fired-up followers of Jesus.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

God didn’t make us like the bears–allowing us to hibernate all winter.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

Years ago, God’s plan for a young girl's life was taking shape.

by Michelle Cox

Instead of focusing on losing weight and exercising, how about spiritual goals?

by Michelle Medlock Adams

How a small wooden ornament unleashed a flood of miracles!

by Judy Royal Glenn

Our dreams can suffer if we try to give birth to them before their time.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

Father Edwin Leahy with student Cullen Jones

The monks at St. Benedict Prep have an unconventional teaching style, and it's working.

by Guideposts.org

As Mary Kay Ash put it, "what you believe, you can achieve." Spread the word.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

Make sure your dreams are God-sized and not you-sized. Don't limit Him.

by Michelle Cox

Honor our Founding Fathers by showing up at the voting booth.

by Edward Grinnan

Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times Best-Selling Author, The Best Yes

Lysa TerKeurst’s book The Best Yes teaches how to discern God’s plan

by Brooke Obie
, Senior Digital Editor

A lesson on learning that God's ways are better


by Michelle Medlock Adams

Mark Hapka in 23 Blast

The sports-themed film tells the true story of blind high school football star Travis Freeman. 

by Jessica Toomer
, New York, NY

Going where kindness and hope are rare commodities

by Michelle Cox

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