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The Positive Power of a Weekly Food Routine

Making or buying a meaningful food is a way to mark time and reconnect with yourself.

Edward and Gracie in the woods

Finding the Antidote to Vaccine Frustration

After waiting in the bitter cold for a vaccine that didn’t arrive, this prayer proved the better option to blame and anger.

Rosa Parks in Montgomery, Alabama

What Does It Take to Be a Person of Courage?

We don’t have to be among the powerful and mighty to commit a courageous act.

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Church Leaders Get Creative to Serve Their Communities During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Two pastors on the challenges—and surprising benefits—of turning to technology to connect with their congregations. 

Jason Segel as Dane, Dakota Johnson as Nicole in Our Friend (Photo Credit Claire Folger)

How Faith and His Best Friend Helped This Husband in His Caregiving Journey

His wife had terminal cancer. His friend moved in to help. The true story behind the film Our Friend.

Power of forgiveness

3 Ways to Pray for the Power to Forgive

Forgiveness takes work. Here’s how we, with God’s help, can make it happen.

The power of solitude

What Jesus Said About the Importance of Solitude

Six examples from the Bible about finding perspective and power from spending some time alone

Emotional warmth in winter

The Importance of Warmth—And Staying Connected

Research shows a link between feelings of loneliness and physical cold. Here’s why, as well as four ways to bring more warmth—physically and emotionally—into your life.

Edward Grinnan

If Memory Fades, What Happens in Our Dreams?

In researching a book about Alzheimer’s, some questions for God.

Holly Lebowitz

Winter Warmth: Safe and Cozy Ways to Use Candles

Holly Lebowitz Rossi demonstrates how, just by lighting a tiny wick, you can bring comfort and peace into your home.