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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

A Sunday school teacher's words from years ago still stick.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

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

by Michelle Cox

The winds may be blowing hard in your life, but remember Jesus' words.

by Judy Royal Glenn

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

by Michelle Medlock Adams

A woman writes in her journal.

Keeping a journal can give your spiritual life a much-needed boost, especially during the cold winter months.

by Tanya Richardson
, New York, New York

4 tips that can help in a stressful situation

by Peggy Frezon

I don’t worry about the future because I trust the Lord will work out all the details.

by Judy Royal Glenn

How does a dog's life apply to your spiritual life? You'd be surprised! Or not.

by Peggy Frezon

You can plan and plan, but what shows up belongs to God.

by Judy Royal Glenn

But how about setting some goals for your spiritual life in the New Year?

by Michelle Cox

You don’t need luck–you’ve got Jesus. And, you have His promises.

by Michelle Medlock Adams

Sometimes, all we need is a little rest, but everything seems to conspire against it.

by Peggy Frezon

A Photo of Melissa d'Arabian talking about Suicide Prevention

The TV host and author, who has experienced loss due to suicide in her own life, shares tips and advice to help you intervene if you think a loved one may be considering suicide.

A black cat curls up on a wooden table.

An unusually attentive kitty gave her a moment of grace in her moment of grief.

by Lorraine Standish
, Lillian, Alabama

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