Inspiration

During hard times, such as parenting challenges, marital problems, illness, or financial struggles, we can all draw on deep sources of comfort and hope to help guide us forward.
Grumpy

How to Help a Grump

You never know what someone else is going through. Have you ever gotten a divine nudge to ask?

Martin Luther King

4 Ways to Love Like Dr. King

For the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, speakers at the Revolutionary Love: Reclaiming the Dream Conference in New York City shared how to love like the civil rights icon.

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Musician, author, activist, humanitarian and CEO Justin Dillon

Justin Dillon on His Efforts to End Human Trafficking

Musician, author, activist, humanitarian and CEO Justin Dillon discusses the issue of human trafficking and the efforts he has made to put a stop to it.

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Author and Holocaust survivor Michael Bornstein

The Miracle of the Kiddush Cup

In this excerpt from his book, Holocaust survivor Michael Bornstein shares how the preservation of a beloved and sacred family heirlook bolstered his family's faith.

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Seniors sitting at a coffee table

This Alzheimer's Memory Cafe Is Giving Caregivers a Break

Amy's Place is the first free-standing Memory Cafe in the U.S. and its goal is simple: to give caregivers a little TLC. 

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Kindness

Clothed in Compassion

Imagine how different our world might be if we got up each morning and wrapped ourselves in kindness before we left home. 

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A pair of scrolls found in the caves of Qumran, near the Dead Sea in Israel

The Journey of Archbishop Samuel and the Dead Sea Scrolls

A famous Middle Eastern archbishop changed the biblical world as we know it by safeguarding the famous Dead Sea Scrolls.

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Carolyn gives two of her donkeys some tender loving care.

A Sicilian Donkey's Courage Gave Them Hope

When Carolyn and Alan LeGrand were going through a tough time trying to care for their Oklahoma family farm, it was one of their Sicilian donkeys that reminded them they could persevere.

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Struggle

Are You on the Verge of Giving Up?

Remember that God is beside you. Let Him help.

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Cherry blossoms in spring

Why Spring Is the Most Positive Season

We can all embrace the exuberance of the world waking up to hope.

A hunter green mailbox with its red flag raised indicating that there's mail inside

Special Delivery: You'll Never Guess What Was in Their Mailbox

Finding this adorable pooch was an unlikely but pleasant surprise.

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Susan Burton

How Susan Burton Is Helping Women Rebuild After Prison

The founder of A New Way of Life Re-Entry Project details her own story of life behind bars and why she's helping women find their clean slate after prison in a new memoir.

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Reading the Bible

What to Do When the Bible Is Hard to Understand

Confusing Bible verses, after prayerful meditation, can ultimately reveal more than expected.

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A portrait of Eric Motley on the wheat plains of Madison Park, Alabama.

4 Principles for Success and Leadership from Eric Motley

Listen as Eric Motley, executive vice-president of the Aspen Institute, shares how his life and career were guided by his four principles of leadership.

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