Creativity

The spark of creativity is such an inspiration--use your creative powers and see how the most complex problems suddenly have new solutions.
Inspiring Stories

Golden Inspiration

An 84-year-old jeweler puts his inspiration—and skill—to work in an unusual way.

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The Gifts of Multiple Sclerosis
Coping With Illness

The Gifts of Multiple Sclerosis

In honor of Poetry Month, we offer two inspiring poems by a Washington State writer with MS.

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Robert G. Heft and the American flag
Positive Living

The Surprising Story Behind Our Flag's Design

What started as a creative school project back in the late 1950s for 17-year-old Robert G. Heft ended up the nation's new flag—and a truly inspiring story.

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Inspiration

Moving Closer to God Through Needle and Thread, Butter and Flour

If God is the Creator of all things then when we play an instrument, tell a story or crochet an afghan, we are emulating him.

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Ricky Skaggs talks about his new record and his strong faith
Music

Ricky Skaggs Talks His Faith and His New Record, Mosiac

In this series of videos, legendary country and bluegrass musician Ricky Skaggs talks about faith, his spiritual life, and his new record, Mosaic.

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young woman looking out a window hopefully
Positive Thinking

How to Turn Your Goals into Habits

Follow these steps to make big changes and turn your life around.

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Recipes: Grandmother passes on love of cooking
Grandchildren

Cooking Up Memories

As a mother, then a grandmother, I had hope that my love of cooking would get passed on.

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Inspiration

Do You Make Handcrafted Jewelry?

Does it inspire you? Do you do it to relax, or to lose yourself momentarily in something beautiful?

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Positive Living

The Quilt of Life

How making quilts reuses fabric and keeps memories sewn in.

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Positive Living

Can You Tie a Bow Tie?

It occurs to me that maybe God made bow ties—or likes to have me wear one every once in a while—so that I’ll know how to ask for help.

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