Inspirational Quotes

If you or a friend is in need of a quick pick-me-up or change of attitude, inspirational quotes can save the day.

Jim Wallis Quote, God

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Geneva Nelson Quote, Pray

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Dabo Swinney Quote, Life

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9 Bible Verses for Coping with Grief
Coping With Grief

9 Bible Verses for Coping with Grief

Allow God's Scripture to speak words of comfort and hope in your time of need.

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7 Bible Verses to Help You Forgive Yourself
Managing Life Changes

7 Bible Verses to Help You Forgive Yourself

These Bible verses will help you remember that God's love covers a multitude of mistakes.

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Managing Life Changes

9 Inspirational Quotes to Help You Forgive Yourself

Have you ever noticed how you can hold on to past mistakes long after they occurred? Forgiveness is a process. It does not happen over night and the process will be different for everyone. But no matter how long it takes, there's hope. Here are some of our favorite quotes to help you on the journey to forgive.

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A young girl holding a string of brightly lit lanterns in prayer.
God's Grace

9 Inspiring Quotes from Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972) was a philosopher and civil rights activist best known for his writings on ethics and mysticism. Born into a family of Hasidic rabbis in Warsaw, Poland, he was called to the spiritual life at a young age. In 1939, weeks before the Nazi invasion, Herschel fled to London and then New York City. His mother and sisters died in the Holocaust, a tragedy that greatly shaped Heschel’s theology. Most significantly his conviction that people can choose to live in a state of constant awe and gratitude, and act alongside God to create a better world. A belief that led Heschel to march alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in Selma, of which he famously said, “I felt my legs were praying.” Heschel’s words continue to spur new generations to live in radical amazement.

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