Daily Word Articles
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.
In this season of Christmas, says Rev. Rhonda Joy Gola, we should discover and develop a healthy gratitude attitude ...
Roy Nelson says the journey back from his self-imposed hell of addiction is the single most important gift in his life. He now finds unimaginable gratitude and joy in helping others find their way …
Aaron Ellisor and husband Charles lost their beloved home in a devastating fire. Their faith allowed them to set aside grief and find the blessings in the situation ...
Robin Chodak lost her husband to suicide. But she found out that love does go on ... and in the grieving process found that she can help others ...
Rev. Diana Kennedy reminds us that fear is just “False Evidence Appearing Real” … and we don’t have to get stuck in our limited human awareness …
Bodybuilder and health club owner David Lyons refused to be limited by a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Instead, he moved forward in faith.