Stories of Faith
Inspiring stories are the fuel that powers our daily motivation, positive outlook, and can-do attitude. The more inspirational stories you take in each day, the brighter the world will look. Stories of faith are also inspiring and they offer comfort and hope in almost every circumstance. With inspiring stories in our minds, and hearts, is there anything we can't do?
Features About Stories of Faith
The Silence star shares how his friendship with a Jesuit priest saved his acting career and why he's playing one (again) on screen.
The singer opens up about losing a child and how her family's latest record is one of healing.
The gold-medal athlete shares how finding faith helped him gain perspective on life and his sport.
Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen may appear to be on top of the baseball world, but his path to the Majors wasn't without its setbacks. His family and his faith kept him on track.
The more challenges Today show coanchor Savannah Guthrie faced—as a lawyer, news anchor and new mom—the more she turned to Scripture for inspiration and hope.
He watched his loving, talented son become addicted to painkillers before finally succumbing to a heroin overdose. How could he make sense of such a tragedy?
In this story from January 1947, Harold Russell, who, after losing his hands to a TNT explosion during World War II, went on to win not two Oscars for his portrayal of Homer Parish in the classic film The Best Years of Our Lives, shares the importance of faith during wartime—and after.
The Christian worship singer diagnosed with kidney cancer early last year shares how the experience taught him a surprising lesson about faith.