Daily Word Articles

  • February 2010
    By Martha Smock

    Martha Smock (1913-1984) served as editor of Daily Word for 35 years. This article is adapted from one originally published in June 1946. In it she explains how even though all of the events of our lives are intertwined, life continues to move forward, like a stream that meanders, ebbs and flows.

  • January 2010
    By Senior Reverend Dr. Udo Igwe

    Unity minister Rev. Udo Igwe shares the power of love and nonresistance as he describes his captivity and torture at the hands of terrorists.

  • December 2009
    By Rev. Will Bowen

    What started out at one church as a simple concept to help people focus on the good in their lives, spread to a worldwide movement—that keeps on giving.

  • November 2009
    By Dr. Rick Barrett

    Chiropractor and author Dr. Rick Barrett has participated in medical missions for more than a decade. By his life's example, he shares his message of living fully by giving freely and unconditionally in service to others.

  • September 2009
    By Daniel Nahmod
    Through music and uplifting messages, a singer and songwriter asks a few questions about his life's purpose.
     
  • July 2009
    By Rosa Johnson

    The niece of Maya Angelou shares about growing up with Daily Word.

  • June 2009
    By Brian Espy

    As a teenager who had survived years of abuse and neglect, Brian was embraced as a son by a man who taught him honor, responsibility, and his rightful place in a loving universe.

  • May 2009
    By Esther Koch

    Esther was fulfilled in her career as a gerontologist and elder care advisor to many, but it was in her role as the tender, loving caregiver for her mother that she experienced her greatest joy and created lasting memories.

  • April 2009
    By Rev. Duke Tufty

    One man reflects upon Jesus' ministry of inspiration and conscious awareness to help him see that even in the midst of the darkest of times, we have the power to choose the effect the situation has on us and determine how we are going to respond.

  • March 2009
    By Dr. Judith Orloff

    After watching her mother, who despite being very successful allowed fear, anxiety, and self-doubt accelerate her own death, a woman recognizes her own similar traits but decides to embark upon a spiritual path along her own life journey.

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