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There is truly nothing better than the sound of a baby laughing. I don’t even have kids, and I chuckle every time I see something like this. I saw this YouTube video making the rounds on Facebook a few days […]

I’ve had a love for the written word ever since I was a child. I guess that’s why I became an editor for a living. My parents used to read to me every night, and I can remember every nursery […]

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It is all in the name of Autism. America’s first fast-food hamburger chain, White Castle, and NEST Fragrances, a specialized home fragrance company, have once again joined forces to serve up another round of The Original Slider®-Scented Candle to benefit autism […]

Guest Blog by Sandra Lee Schubert    Radio personality Sandra Lee Schubert drafted these for a Beliefnet project a while back. Wanted to share these great, life affirming statements about prosperity, love and self-appreciation.   Money is energy. You have […]

Non-profit organizations do wonderful work to help in so many ways. For some people, a non-profit organization provides a service that is like a pot of gold and a rainbow that follows life’s difficult storms. The Three Tomatoes.com, a website […]

According to my new special sources at Westminster Abbey, Kate Middleton will become Mrs. Prince Will at this altar. It is called the High Altar.   She will glide into the Abbey through these grand doors. Of course, there should not […]

People are stressed, short on time and – especially in today’s economy – short of money. Yet many of us still seek fulfillment in giving back, whether through our churches, volunteer organizations or donations. Technologies and online social media like […]

Guest Blog by Paige Parker   Some men are jerks. Some women are just plain crazy.    Now that I’ve acknowledged the two biggest stereotypes that people think are to blame for screwed up relationships, let’s look at the real […]

By Steve Rabey   (RNS) Believers have been writing about their spiritual journeys ever since St. Augustine invented the autobiography 16 centuries ago. Today, spiritual memoirs are enjoying a popular resurrection.   Exhibit A is Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love,” […]