Hope

Post Cards 9-11 memorial on Staten Island in New York City (Alamy)
Stories of Hope

9/11 Memorials Around the Country

From New York to Hawaii, towns and cities across the nation have constructed moving memorials so that we never forget the thousands who were lost during the September 11 terrorist attacks. 

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Anniversary of 9/11
Coping With Grief

On the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, What Do We Yearn For?

The Jewish “Days of Awe” offer wisdom to help us reflect on the loss of that September morning.

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Edward Grinnan
Stories of Faith

20 Years After 9/11, How One Truth Remains

There is one lesson about that terrible day above all else.

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Grandfather holding grandson
Prayers for Family

6 Prayers for a New Grandchild

A first-time grandfather ponders his deepest wishes and hopes for his grandson.

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Kabul, Afghanistan; photo Getty Image/christophe_cerisier
Military Families

How a Military Chaplain Is Finding Strength After News in Afghanistan

The importance of seeking encouragement through prayer, connection and camaraderie during these challenging times.

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Edward Grinnan and Gracie
Power of Prayer

Memory Loss and the Power of Prayer

In the months of sharing fears about dementia, a ray of hope.

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Mother Teresa in 1965 (Credit Trinity MirrorMirrorpixAlamy)
Stories of Hope

Meeting Mother Teresa Led Him to a Life of Service

Hal Donaldson’s inspiring nonprofit, Convoy of Hope, feeds millions of people around the world.

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How to Get Through a Medical Crisis
Healing

How to Get Through a Medical Crisis

When it comes to healing, key pieces of advice from someone fresh out of the hospital.

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Journey's Jonathan Cain
Stories of Hope

Don’t Stop Believin’

A rock song that has inspired millions for decades sprang from a bit of fatherly advice.

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George Turner, Jr.; photo by Dan MacMedan
Stories of Hope

God Blessed This Bike Shop Owner with a New Path

He was sure the pandemic would spell the end of his struggling bicycle shop. His pastor—and the Man Upstairs—had other ideas.

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