Daily Word Articles
Knowing firsthand the struggles of growing up in the foster care system, a young woman helps other former foster care children succeed.
A couple facing their son’s unknown illness learns that life is often an adventure in faith.
Once Angela understood that “grace comes through us when we have compassion for others that surpasses our own comfort level,” she was able to fulfill her lifelong dream of caring for others.
Spiritually awakened, Michael Beckwith turned from drug use and drug deals to following his inner voice in living and teaching a God-centered affirmative way of life.
According to Rev. Tom Thorpe, spiritual discipline for the purpose of learning a skill or growing in some other way leads to growing awareness of the divine nature we share with Jesus.
“The best Christmas gift we can give ourselves is to fulfill the possibility of being all that God created us to be.”
Her key to success? A foundation of faith and spirituality.
Through the three stages of transformation, Joan shows us how change offers the possibility of growing beyond our perceived limitations to the fullness of our divine potential.
In 1952 I was a popular young woman who had lots of friends and a busy, active life.