Angels on Earth

Tiny Twinkling Angels

Tiny Twinkling Angels

A woman is rescued by a thousand or more tiny angels in this excerpt from Best Angel Stories 2016.

Angels in the kitchen.

A Feast Fit for Angels

Angels made in honor of those who feed and nourish their families year after year.

A prayer from Angels on Earth for those who stitch and sew.

A Poem for Those Who Sew

A prayer from Angels on Earth that honors all stitchers and menders

Guideposts: Martina Bruno, angel of the NYC subway

Martina Bruno: The Angel of New York

Martina Bruno has been singing to NYC subway riders for the past ten years. Her incredible voice and spirit are making things a bit brighter underground.

Rainbow is a sign from heaven

Stairway to Heaven

In this excerpt from Best Angel Stories 2016, a daughter receives a much-needed sign from her mom in heaven.

Guideposts: Thomas Alva Edison, Maya Angelou and Steve Jobs

The Most Inspiring Stories of 2015

Enjoy the best and most inspiring stories from 2015. You'll find funny stories about parenthood from author Jen Hatmaker, fascinating celebrity profiles, quick prayers to say on the go, and much more. 

Guideposts: Frozen Angel, Ottawa, Canada

Inspiring Ice Angels

These angel ice sculptures offer inspiration, comfort, and beauty.

Guideposts: A graceful swan on a still lake.

Kun-Woo Paik: “Clair de Lune”

In the January-February edition of Angels on Earth, Louise Pariso writes of a time when an angel urged her to start playing the piano again after forty years without touching a keyboard, so that she could bring comfort and joy to a friend in a nursing home. Enjoy pianist Kun-Woo Paik's rendition of the beloved composition that Louise never forgot, Clair de Lune.

Guideposts: Transcendental Journey, the angel painting Renee gave her sister while she battled cancer

Healing Angels: The Paintings of J. Renee Ekleberry

Enjoy this collection of artist J. Renee Ekleberry's inspiring and hopeful depictions of angels, included the one that watched over Renee's sister as she battled (and eventually beat) cancer.

Guideposts: Lou Dean and donkey pal

In the January-February 2016 edition of Angels on Earth, cowboy poet Lou Dean shared a story about finding a place in her heart for a new donkey, just two years after the passing of her beloved first donkey, Jesse James. In the videos below, Lou shares some of her cowboy poetry with us.