Daily Word Articles
What is your most treasured Christmas memory? What moment captured perfectly the love and possibility that the holiday is intended to express? Rev. Ed Townley says all the energies of Christmases past are still available to us today ...
Author and emotional eating expert Tricia Nelson says when our hearts are filled, we are no longer isolated ... our craving for excess food falls away ...
After decades struggling with addiction, Mackenzie Phillips is in recovery and dedicated to her work as a substance abuse disorder counselor. Phillips wants to help people remember who they really are and to be present in life. And she says the spiritual aspects of recovery provide the tools to do that.
Rev. Gregory Barrette says we are souls in evolution, not perfected, but perfect in our unfoldment ...
Sam Bennett, author of Start Right Where You Are, says we can take better care of ourselves starting right now. She offers a few simple tips ...
Greg "Coach Roz" Roeszler is founder of the Playmakers Mentoring Foundation, promoting character and leadership to at-risk kids. "You have to be willing to meet the kids where they are," Roeszler says.
Photographer Keegan Boyer captures faces of the world with his Sony A7. "We're all human beings," he says. "Sure, there are differences and different circumstances ... but people are people. That's what I try to capture in every photo."
Rev. Kelly Isola gave a series of Lenten talks on the story of Lazarus, noting that the narrative invites us to ask, "How do I move through something that appears to be impossible?" The question would save her life ...
Laura Pfeifer began to think her dog Willie was lost for good. But affirmative prayer provided peace of mind and divine answers ...
Millions of people are taking care of parents or other relatives with dementia or debilitating illness. Rev. Ellen Debenport asked some caregivers what they need in terms of support and compassion.