Mysterious Ways

     There is evidence of God’s love all around us, we just need to recognize
     
it. A stranger’s all-too-perfectly timed random act of kindness. A deceased
     loved one who appears to you in a dream just when you need her most. A
     delayed flight that leads to an unexpected family reunion.

     These events are more than mere coincidences. They are proof that
     God’s love, God’s grace and God’s mercy are indeed revealed in
      Mysterious Ways.

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Mysterious Ways Stories

a tree uprooted in a storm

I thought it was finally safe to go outside… until I heard that voice.

by Bea Tarbox
, Pembroke, Massachusetts

Father and author Bruce Ham with his family

We had an army passionately praying for her full recovery, but God's lack of response led me to believe miracles were a farce...

by Diana Aydin

Mysterious Ways assistant editor Daniel Kessel

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares how a trio of balloons comforted three grieving children.

by Adam Hunter

A lunch-break miracle: brightly colored umbrellas suspended in the air in London

For two weary travelers, it was a sign that if we were patient, waited out the storm, God's wonder would find us. 

by Diana Aydin

Steve and Maria on their wedding day, 21 years ago. Credit: Daily Express.

The doctors had done everything they could... but a miracle could still happen, right?

by Diana Aydin

Photo from firefighter Darrell Ellwood's funeral.

It was a favor for a firefighter’s widow, but it turned out to be so much more.

by Chief Bob Kissner
, Kingsville, Ontario, Canada

Need a jolt of inspiration? Pick up a copy of Mysterious Ways magazine, writes assistant editor Dan Kessel.

by Adam Hunter

His Holiness Moran Mor Ignatius Aphrem II and Diana Aydin's family

He decided to keep this little miracle quiet. But he had no doubt about the results of the election...

by Diana Aydin

A boat is tossed in a storm.

He'd never believed the tall tales of his fellow seafarers, but a mysterious green light that led him to safety in a storm made him reconsider.

by Stuart Reininger
, West Mystic, Connecticut

An open doorway in a darkened room looks out on a lovely home in the distance.

The place looked the way she felt–seedy, debased, stripped bare. But something was pulling her out of there, toward a new life.

by Debra Person
, Syracuse, New York

Professor Stephen M. Barr

A discussion with professor of theoretical physics Stephen M. Barr suggests that science and faith can coexist.

by Adam Hunter
, New York, New York

An artist's rendering of of a glowing cell phone

Her husband was pessimistic about getting a promotion, but when an unlikely name appeared on her cell phone, it put him on the right path.

by Lisa Brinkworth
, Bedford, Indiana

An artist's rendering of Suzanne's family at the table with extra place setting

Their first vacation without their departed mother. Would she send a sign that she was along for the journey?

by Suzanne Tranquille
, Utica, New York

An artist's rendering of Julian

A 14th-century Englishwoman's mysterious visions still fascinate and inspire us today.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York, New York

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