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Inspirational Stories

We are constantly immersed in stories—from
television news to films, novels and
TV programs. The inspiring real-life
stories we tell here are stories of faith,
hope and love, stories of challenges 
overcome as well as small unexpected
moments of grace.

More importantly, our inspiring true stories
are about and by people like you.
People who have discovered how to
live their lives with more hope and joy
and, through their stories and experiences,
have helped others to do the same.


Recent Inspirational Stories

As grandparents dote on the needs of their grandchildren, so God dotes on you!

by Michelle Cox

A chance for felines and their humans to understand each other a little better!

by Peggy Frezon

Robert Frost

In this story from August 1955, John Sherrill profiles the beloved poet, an experience he found "meaningful, almost haunting."

by John Sherrill

Beth Howard

The holidays aren't over for this professional baker and author—not with National Pie Day upon us!

by Beth Howard
, Los Angeles, California

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

by Michelle Medlock Adams

There are countless ways the Lord can use us to have a great impact on our world. 

by Judy Royal Glenn

A scene on American Idol reminds us of God's unconditional love.

by Michelle Cox

Facebook and Amber Alerts create a partnership that's a "game changer."

by Edward Grinnan

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

by Michelle Medlock Adams

A cardinal's contrast against the snow can serve as a reminder to Christians.

by Judy Royal Glenn

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

by Peggy Frezon

If a pet parent is struggling financially, giving up the pet is not the only option.

by Peggy Frezon

Does God care about little details like a skin care product? Yep!

by Michelle Cox

Encourage the children in your life to dream big, and then follow their example.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

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