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.

Travel to Los Angeles with Angels on Earth

Join us as we explore the role that angels play in L.A.'s artistic and cultural life.

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Cheryl Bart (left) with daughter Nikki

Seder on the Mount

Their quest to climb the Seven Summits was nearly complete. Now they had to knock off Everest, the highest and the most deadly.

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Mona Lisa's hands holding one of Cindy's painted tote bags
Finding Life Purpose

Her Mona Lisa Moment

She'd long hoped her artwork would hang in the Louvre–and it did, in an unexpected fashion.

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L to R: Brandi, Laura, Laurie and Kathy

"B" Inspired

They had traveled everywhere together. Could it be the same with one of them gone?

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Amanda and Trace at Indian Dunes, Indiana
Managing Life Changes

Chasing Joy

Her broken marriage inspired a 2,000-mile road trip across the country with her son.

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Mysterious Ways guest blogger Daniel Kessel and fellow teacher in Argentina

A Lucky St. Patrick's Day

Guest blogger Daniel Kessel’s grandmother was worried. Little did she know he’d gone to just the right place for Saint Patrick’s Day.

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Rick Hamlin with Pastor Cornelious and some of his church congregants in Kenya
Positive Living

A Pastor's Blessing

A Kenyan pastor and his congregation welcomed him with open arms–and hearts.

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The Duomo in gorgeous Siena

Images of Italy

We have seen so much history and art and culture, hidden-away little churches and magnificent cathedrals...

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Chuck Turk and his wife, Marilyn, pose in front of the Little River Lighthouse.
God's Grace

Guided by a Divine Navigator

The fog grew thicker, until it was all he could see. He didn’t know where they were.

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Rosanne Cash

Inspiring Places That Sing

Singer Rosanne Cash's exploration of her southern roots became a musical pilgrimage.

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