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.

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.

A framed antique sampler that reads, Jesus Loves Me
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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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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Cathy Lewan

God Was Her Co-Pilot: One Woman's Miraculous Landing

We're still hard at work on this inspiring video. Check back very soon to watch it.

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A wondrous sign on a New York City sidewalk

A Little Sign of Light

An unexpected reminder of God on the sidewalks of New York

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African Burial Ground

A Mysterious Confirmation of Purpose

She uprooted her life to write a novel she believed in. But did she make the right choice?

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How people can be miracles to other people

Have You Ever Met a Miracle?

How God can speak to us through other people.

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Waking up in the night to a strange smell

Could a Mysterious Smell Be a Sign of Something Spiritual?

Was the smell of burning wood chips just a figment of my imagination? Or something spiritual?

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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.

Gratitude for safety

Gratitude for Safety

A friend's close encounter with a poisonous snake prompts reflection.

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The miracle of you.

The Miracle of YOU!

Sometimes I search far and wide for a miracle and completely forget that my very existence is pretty miraculous already.

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 A Heaven-Sent Pizza Delivery

A Heaven-Sent Pizza Delivery

I worried about my daughter traveling on her own. Until I got a sign in a most unusual way…

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Roberta Messner

Experience Has Taught This Nurse to Trust Her Intuition

A highly trained nurse reveals one of the secrets to her success: Trusting her instincts.

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