Death

When a loved one dies, sorrow and grief surround us. But your memories of happy times together survive the sadness, and your belief that death is not the end can comfort you following a loss.
Rick Hamlin and his friend Bob Fisher.

Battle Won

The war with illness is one of faith and finding hope when there is no hope, praying though pain and fear.

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Elliot being nourished and loved by his mother.
Children

God Shows His Grace Through This Baby Boy

Watch this moving story of a baby who inspired millions despite living just 99 days.

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Kevin and Yurtie reunited.
Dogs

A Final Wish Fulfilled

Watch as a homeless man's dying wish is granted: seeing his dog one last time.

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artist's rendering of an angel in the sky.
Angels

Guided to Heaven by His Guardian Angel

In her husband's final days, a heavenly visitor healed him of pain and fear.

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Ady embraces her daughter's killer.
Positive Living

The Power of Forgiveness

Watch this Florida mother hug her daughter's killer, in an inspiring act of forgiveness.

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God's Grace

A Little More Time

Dad died six weeks before my wedding… how could I celebrate without him?

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Wanda’s Buddy at home on the farm
Dogs

Buddy's Welcome Home

She knew what it was to relinquish love to heaven. But this time she couldn’t let go.

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Photo from firefighter Darrell Ellwood's funeral.
God's Grace

Mysterious Ways: The Firefighter's Coat

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

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A table tent with a large E on it
Coping With Grief

Table for Five

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

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A table with a sign on it, lit by sunlight.
Family

Table for 5

It was their first family trip since their mother's death, and they hoped it would help heal their grief. Click through the above images to read the whole story.

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