Winter

Wrap yourself in the warmth of winter comforts and enjoy this frosty, quiet, cozy time of year.
The miracle of winter flowers
Life Advice

The Miracle of Winter Flowers

Indoor gardening has never been my forte, which makes houseplant successes all the sweeter.

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Finding more light and connection with God in short cold days of winter.
Military Families

Finding Spiritual Sunshine

Through the short, dark days of winter, ways of finding more light and connection with God.

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Pray away winter.
Power of Prayer

Pray Away the Winter

When the cold and dark overwhelm, usher in a little Shakespearean summer via prayer.

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Finding a beach day in the middle of winter
Stories of Hope

The Wonders of Winter

How a gray, cold, city day morphed into a warm and wonderful sight

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Finding grace in the short, cold days of winter.
Positive Living

Finding Grace in Winter

Yes, there are positive elements to this season of short, cold days!

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Guideposts: A jolly snowman with a woolen scarf and cap and a carrot for a nose
Positive Living

10 Things to Love About Winter

From hot chocolate to snow angels and fireplace popcorn, enjoy these simple pleasures of the winter season!

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8 Favorite Winter Soup Recipes
Soup

8 Favorite Winter Soup Recipes

Nothing beats the chill of winter like a nice, hot bowl of soup, and we've gathered some of our favorite hearty and healthy soup recipes for you to try at home.

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the faith to withstand winter with God's love
Devotions for Women

Warm Your Heart as You Prepare for Winter

Most of us dislike winter, endless days of unchanging, frigid weather, threatening to shrivel our faith and discourage our spirits

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Black-capped chickadee. Photo by Judy Royal Glenn.
God's Grace

The Big Thaw

As winter turns to spring, our human nature also warms and is renewed when we accept Jesus.

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A robin on a branch.
Positive Living

Easter Always Comes

It was a long, cold winter. And hard to imagine Easter. Then Mom’s call came...

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