Travel

To travel is to see the world for the big place it is. Embrace travel as an opportunity to expand your worldview and your attitude--not to mention your appreciation of everything you love about coming home.
Daily Devotion: Don't Let Fear Hold You Back
Devotions for Women

Daily Devotion: Don't Let Fear Hold You Back

Do you know the most-used command in the Bible?  The answer will surprise you!

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Susan's dad in uniform, posing by a lake with her mom
Books

A Parting Gift of Love

This writer knew all of her father's stories—except the most important one.

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A still from the movie 'Tracks' depicting camels being led through the desert.
Movies and TV

One Woman's Inspiring Trek in Pursuit of a Dream

[REVIEW] Tracks tells the true story of Robyn Davidson's 1,700-mile outback journey.

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Anthony DeStefano beside the Trevi Fountain
Travel

From Rome with Love

His only day to see the Eternal City and he was in a lousy mood. Then it started to rain.

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Inside the dome of The Basilica of Saint Thérèse in Normandy, France.
Angels

The Simple Saint

A trip to France proves the power of Saint Thérèse's "little" ways.

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Seeds of Devotion blogger Julia Attaway

The Two-Mile Mark

We each have an inner odometer that measures the distance we must travel from inner discomfort to peace.

 
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Carol and her husband, Jack
Positive Thinking

Positive Thinking at the Last Frontier

Prayer and patience were the keys to success during her stint work-camping in Alaska.

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Assistant editor Daniel Kessel
Miracles

Three Summertime Wonders

Assistant editor Daniel Kessel shares three Mysterious Moments that wowed him this summer!

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Aerial view of Angel of Independence, Mexico City
Angels

Angels Along for the Ride

I was afraid because I didn’t know what lay ahead for me...

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An artist's rendering of Aline's crystal earring
Miracles

A Gift Gone Missing

She lost her earring just as she was to transfer to another train. Was it a lost cause?

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