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4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective

Bridge the gap with these helpful resources to give the very best of yourself to your loved one.

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A Veteran's Emotional Visit to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial

He lost his legs in Vietnam but his commander lost his life. Would he ever be able to forgive himself?

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How to Pray

6 Prayers to Let Go and Let God

Relieve fear and anxiety and remember Who is in control.

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Positive Living

George Washington’s Inspiring Definition of Friendship

Our first president understood that a true bond is cultivated and nurtured over time.

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A Loving Farewell to a Dream Job

How God led the way to inspirational work—and colleagues!

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Choir Brings Caregivers and Dementia Patients Together

Several choirs have opened their doors to people with memory loss—and research shows the benefits abound.

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Practical Tips to Cultivate a Successful Marriage

Marriage experts Dave and Ann Wilson share different ways couples can handle conflict in healthy ways.

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The Cost of Not Forgiving Others

Why forgiveness is essential to emotional and spiritual health.

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Addiction and Recovery

Her Path to Sobriety Started with One Look

She saw herself in the eyes of a little girl.

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Addiction and Recovery

How a Police Veteran's Faith Helped a Victim He Knew

This vice officer wasn’t going to give up until he found the girl he used to babysit again.

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Earl Smith brought healing and forgiveness to prison at San Quentin.
Addiction and Recovery

The Powerful Story of Golden State Warriors Chaplain Earl Smith

Before he was known as chaplain of the Golden State Warriors, Earl Smith faced a wrenching challenge when he came face to face with the man who shot him.

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Addiction and Recovery

Is A.A. for Alcoholics Only?

In this story from 1947, Bill Wilson, cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous, looks at how that group's principles apply to all.

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