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I Wish You Enough
What to say when "good-bye" is hard
How OTHER people's good deeds
can make YOU a better person
The Meaning of A.S.A.P.
A quick way to deal with life's rough spots
Johanna Skilling writes about The Night That Changed My Family Forever
Beliefnet users tell us their favorite Acts of Kindness
Why is there a statue of a boll weevil in downtown Enterprise, Alabama?
The Joy of 24/6
If the Lord could rest on the 7th day, why couldn't I?
By Robin Campbell
Everything I Know I Learned at Hanne's Breakfast Nook
Pour yourself a cup of joe and set a spell!
by Teri Goggin
The Two Hugs of Destiny
Or, how I learned to stop worrying and lost weight
A Brick, a Toy, a Comb, a Feather: I Carry Hope With Me Dr. Jane Goodall talks about her hopes for our planet in the new millennium
When Someone Dumps a Milkshake on Your Head
...and other stories about learning to respond with compassion
Bibles and Biscuits
The lessons learned at Grammy's house weren't always those she meant to teach.
By Charles Memminger
There Are No Accidents
Sometimes it's good to be in the wrong place at the right time.
By Robert H. Hopcke
Remain Calm and Share Your Bananas
You don't have time to get the world to approve of you. You only have time to become the person you dream of being
by Anne Lamott
The Threads That Bind
Sometimes a child's blankie means more than just tattered cloth.
By Kerrie Flanagan
Women are allowed to demonstrate faith on the silver screen, but men? Apparently we're too busy making things explode.
by Randy Petersen
Getting Connected-- Except With God
Despite reports to the contrary, God doesn't have a website. He doesn't even have e-mail. So, is being connected causing a rift?
by Erich Bridges
What Can I Love Today?
A simple question transforms a man's life.
By Richard Bauman
A new mother answers a mysterious summons into a dark wood where she comes face to face with a new appreciation of God's unexpected detours.
By Elizabeth Flynn Campbell
Things Aren't Always What They Seem
Two traveling angels stopped to spend the night...
Live life to the fullest in spite of the obstacles.
As Young As You Feel
Grandma Rose teaches her young classmates how to live.
Coming of Age
Two looks at life lessons, ages 3 through 93.
A Different Prayer
Thanking God...for dirty dishes?
Ice Cream Dreams
It's never too late to have a happy childhood.
By Teri Goggin
Two gardens in the fall and two outlooks on life
By Susan Krawitz
Can anything good come out of Traffic Court?