Spring

The whole world is fresh in the spring. Breathe in the new, fragrant air and give thanks for the springtime renewal of our beautiful world.
Thank God for the ability to hear, taste, touch, smell and see.
Positive Living

Thanking God for the Gift of 5 Senses

Sound, sight, taste, touch and smell may not seem like a big deal, until you lose them.

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Mother and daughter in a field of flowers; Getty Images
Seasonal Prayers

3 Prayers for Spring

May a new season of prayer blossom in your heart and in your life.

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12 Simple Pleasures of Spring
Positive Living

12 Simple Pleasures of Spring

Spring is a season rich with blessings: mild temperatures, birds singing in the trees, flowers blooming and a sense of rebirth form a rising tide that lifts all moods.

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Guideposts: Butterflies gather around brightly colored spring flowers in a sun-drenched field.
Positive Living

15 Inspiring Quotes for Spring

These inspiring quotes about spring, along with the beautiful photos, will warm your heart, whether spring is in the air or you're surrounded by snow.

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the faith to withstand winter with God's love
Seasonal Devotions

Warm Your Heart as You Prepare for Winter

Most of us dislike winter, endless days of unchanging, frigid weather, threatening to shrivel our faith and discourage our spirits

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Spring violets. Photo: Thinkstock.
Family

May Day Baskets and Sweet, Easy Love

One way to bring a small measure of simplicity and joy to another’s heart and home.

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Bee on a cherry blossom. Photo by Judy Royal Glenn.
Positive Living

He’s Always Listening

How one woman persisted for 24 years to bring cherry trees to the U.S.

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Muddy baseball field. Photo: Thinkstock.
Positive Living

Perimeter of Praise

Raking away the debris of winter offers up the opportunity to praise the Lord.

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Wisteria blooming among Rome's ruins. Photo courtesy Rick Hamlin.
Travel

When in Rome

The spirit of Paul–and the promise of faith–lingers 2,000 years later in a wisteria-scented city.

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