12th century Benedictine abbess, writer, philosopher, Christian mystic, visionary, and polymath Hildegard of Bingen is best remembered today for her sacred and liturgical musical compositions. Here are some of her most beloved works as performed by the vocal group Anonymous 4.
We asked the Mysterious Ways staff what they're thankful for in this season of gratitude. We think you'll be inspired by their answers.
How can you survive life’s “divine storms”—those times when it feels like everything in your life has gone wrong? We Skyped best-selling author and life coach Mastin Kipp for advice.
Dr. Edith Eva Eger, author and clinical psychologist, shares her memories of the Holocaust and reveals how those experiences inspired her to pursue a life of service and healing.
Listen as husband and father of two Andrew Siegel, having started small by growing a single tomato plant years ago, explains why he now finds great joy in time spent in the garden with his family.
Karen Stobbe and Mondy Carter, who provide training to dementia caregivers, share how they use techniques learned from improvisational theatre to engage with Karen's mother, who has Alzheimer's.
The acclaimed ESPN reporter shares how important sports have been to her as she deals with cancer and how her faith and the support of friends, family and fans help to keep her positive and hopeful.
Dennis McNicholas, who in his fifties was inspired to change his play-it-safe approach to living, shares why it's important to continue to take risks later in life.
The respected news anchor discusses why he considers the positive stories he shares under the Inspiring America banner to be a vitally important part of his job as a journalist.
In The Cowboy Way, INSP's new original series, these wranglers live by true American values of life: faith, family, and hard work. Get a sneak peek at the new show, premiering August 10.
Brandon McMillan, professional dog trainer and Emmy Award-winning host of CBS's Lucky Dog, shares how he got involved in the training of service dogs for returning veterans.
Acclaimed actor John Corbett discusses his new film, which is based on a true story about an Episcopal priest torn between the directives he's been given by the church hierarchy and the parishioners he serves.
Dottie Pratchard recalls a harrowing close call she experienced while rafting down the South Fork of the American River and the prayer that changed everything for her.