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Everyone wonders whether or not there is one great secret for truly successful living. There is. And it is not a secret. It has been quietly, steadily telling itself right in front of us all along. We just couldn’t hear …Read More

Many times, my daughter, Grace Anna, has been referred to as a “cute, little baby.” She is a nine-year-old girl, not a baby. This kind of statement never goes over quite well. Grace Anna is becoming increasingly aware of how …Read More

I believe in the possibility of a life without sin or suffering. I believe a better world is available to us – Heaven, where all of us can live in harmony. This is possible if we make God the most …Read More

Change begins with one person, one step at a time. This is a principle Tarek Mounib takes to heart. Seeking to build a bridge of mutual understanding and friendship, Mounib – a Canadian-Egyptian entrepreneur of Muslim faith – travels across …Read More

I will never forget how I first glimpsed the presence of Jesus in my life. I did not experience a dramatic healing or a voice booming down from heaven. But it shook me up and left me unsettled just the …Read More

During this time of year, I tend to think of the many challenges this holiday season brings to so many people. You may have lost a loved one this past year or you may find yourself alone and spending Christmas …Read More

In 2009, at the age of 36, Michelle Steinke-Baumgard tragically lost her husband of 9 years in a small plane crash, leaving her widowed with two young children. She turned to exercise as an outlet for grief and a way …Read More

Robert Barr, an ordained rabbi of Judaism’s Reform tradition, is running for Congress. If Barr is elected, he will be the first rabbi to ever serve in Congress. If elected to the US House of Representatives, Barr hopes to bring …Read More