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Modern abolitionist and former U.S. special agent Tim Ballard now personally rescues hundreds children from the sex and slave trade around the world through a private foundation, Operation Underground Railroad. Watch how his story of faith unfolded in the face of great fear.
When my therapist asked if I meditated, I said yes. I thought reading scripture and praying counted, but I was missing an easy, faith-affirming, stress-reducing third step.
Gratitude: A foundation from which your life can take flight.
Words of faith by former inmates. Part 3 of 4 – “Keeping Safe” by Jesse Anderson.
Words of faith by former inmates. Part 2 of 4 – “Letter to God” by Charles.
What to do when faith and science don’t seem to align.
Words of faith by former inmates. Part 1 of 4 – Marketta’s poem, “Untitled.”
A recent humanitarian trip to the developing, third-world country of Zambia was a lesson for me on faith. Faith is not about our timing, but it is trusting God’s timing for the blessings we hope to receive.
Gandhi was a wise man whose life lessons far extend past the 79 years he spent spreading messages of peace, acceptance and love on Earth.
We’re told daily how to act and feel, what to eat and drink, how to be happy. But there’s a way to sort through myriad of messages hurled from every direction.
Intuition is an inner sense of knowing that can’t be easily explained or explained away. Here are four ways to find your intuition—and more peace of mind.