Miracles don't just come from ancient stories and myths--everyday miracles are all around us, if we only have our eyes open to see them.

A chocolate, teacup poodle posing for the camera.

A Sign She Was the Right Dog

Was the teacup poodle meant to be a part of our family?

Image in a photo

A Mysterious Sign in a Family Photo

After a family tragedy, a reassuring image brings comfort.

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A red suitcase

The Case of the Missing Suitcase

Two air travelers, exhausted after a string of canceled flights, learn that someone is looking out for them after all.

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Floodwaters of Harvey bring unexpected protection

After Hurricane Harvey, a Visible Sign of God's Protection

How floodwaters delivered unexpected protection to a widow's evacuated home.

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An assortment of laughing faces

Divine Humor: How Laughter Benefits Us Spiritually

A good belly laugh goes a long way toward making most of us feel better, but is there a spiritual benefit to it?

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Bestselling author, motivational speaker and life coach Mastin Kipp

Mastin Kipp on Embracing Life's Divine Storms

The bestselling author and functional life coach shares how a series of events that rattled him to the core proved to be the best thing that could happen to him.

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An artist's rendering of her mother's hand reaching for Debbie's ankle

Mother Knows Best: A Visit from Mom Put Her Back on Track

Entangled in a series of troubled relationships, she didn't know where to turn—until a surprise visit from her mother pointed her in the right direction.

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Hildegard von Bingen

The Inspiring Music of Hildegard of Bingen

12th century Benedictine abbess, writer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath Hildegard of Bingen is best remembered today for her sacred and liturgical musical compositions. Here are some of her most beloved works as performed by the vocal group Anonymous 4.

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“We can never be sure of the big picture. We can only live in faith and trust,” says Ricardo, here with his wife, Jennette

Ricardo Sanchez: Did Prayers Heal His Son?

Recording artist Ricardo Sanchez's son was hospitalized. He could not have imagined how prayer, a dream, and mysterious coincidence would change his son's life.

Diana Aydin, Managing Editor of Mysterious Ways, shares some of the things she's greateful for

Thanksgiving: Mysterious Ways Staffers on What They're Grateful For

We asked the Mysterious Ways staff what they're thankful for in this season of gratitude. We think you'll be inspired by their answers.

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In dark, otherworldly caves under World War I battlegrounds, Jeff Gusky could feel the soldiers’ faith, the hope they clung to despite the devastation of the war.

World War I: Secret Underground Cities

While photographing the remnants of World War I along the Western Front in France 2012, doctor, artist and explorer Jeff Gusky was shown a cavern covered in carvings made by soldiers a century ago.

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Jesuit priest and best-selling author Father James Martin

Father James Martin on the Sacredness of Laughter

Is the Bible…funny? That’s a question we asked Father James Martin, best-selling author of Between Heaven and Mirth.

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Bestselling author and life coach Mastin Kipp

Mastin Kipp on Overcoming Life’s Storms

How can you survive life’s “divine storms”—those times when it feels like everything in your life has gone wrong? We Skyped best-selling author and life coach Mastin Kipp for advice.

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