Daily Word Articles

  • May 2021
    By Jennifer Link

    Experience one’s journey through cancer diagnosis, friendship support, healing, realization of mind, body and spirit and how to take it slow, stay in the present, and most important, ask for help.

  • April 2021
    By Jane Salodof MacNeil

    Looking back on a life well-lived, a friend attends a funeral to say goodbye and receives an unexpected message of comfort.

  • March 2021
    By Meg McConahey

    Artist Krista Gawronski learned vital lessons on love, living, choice, and acceptance in helping with her mother-in-law’s transition while in hospice care.

  • February 2021
    By Brenda Wade, Ph.D.

    The wounds of racism can cause us to shut down and not live our fullest lives. People of color cannot bypass inner work to heal shame and open fully to the love we are.

  • January 2021
    By Christine Drohan, R.N.

    Working in a community hospital with a bursting ICU, registered nurse Christine Drohan finds herself forced to leave her comfort zone and face down COVID-19. In Daily Word®.

  • December 2020
    By Karmen Bennett

    Recovering in the hospital, a new mother reflects on another birth that did not go as planned—the birth of Jesus. She finds every experience can bring forth the Divine—to see the good and the blessings.

  • November 2020
    By Rev. Thomas Shepherd, D.Min.

    What did we learn in 2020? If nothing else, learning how to say thank you, to have gratitude for what we have, and to give thanks in all circumstances.

  • September 2020
    By Meg McConahey

    Meet Beatriz and Frank Bell, who travel flood-ravaged Argentina to share Daily Word’s message of positive spirituality.

  • August 2020
    By Daryn L. Wells

    The crucible of divorce can help in forging new horizons in self-understanding and self-care, turning a painful ending into a bright, new beginning.

  • July 2020
    By Trish Yancey

    A health challenge can be a profound catalyst for healing and self-knowledge. Read how the path to realizing wholeness includes surrender, forgiveness, acceptance, and, finally, gratitude.

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