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Why I Returned to Faith

Leaving my faith was easy, and coming back was difficult. But greater happiness has come from the difficulty.

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The Bridge

The first step to creating change, is believing that it’s possible.

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The Bridge

The first step to creating change, is believing that it’s possible.

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Why I Returned to Faith

Leaving my faith was easy, and coming back was difficult. But greater happiness has come from the difficulty.

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Film Your Faith Grand Prize Winner 2017

The Grand Prize winner of the Film Your Faith Video Contest is . . . “Common Thread” by Simon Rivera! In response to being awarded the top honors, Simon Rivera of Moseley, Virginia said, “Storytelling through videography allows me to express my creativity in a way...
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Religious Organizations Respond to Flooding in Texas After Hurricane Harvey

Faith in Action: Religious Organizations Respond to Flooding in Texas After Hurricane Harvey Islamic Society of Greater Houston Give relief to those affected by #HurricaneHarvey• Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY• Text "STORM" to 51555• Donate online at...
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Be Faithful in Small Things

Life can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Remember, it’s the little things you do each day that can add up to make a big difference—for yourself and others. Mother Teresa taught by word and deed that personal strength is found by faithfully giving your time...
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What it Means to be Jewish and ‘Keep Kosher’

Ultimately, keeping kosher isn’t just about food. Rather, it’s a daily reminder of our faith. 

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Dishing Out Faith, Food and Service

From what my Sikh friends told me, the idea of a communal kitchen ties together the past and the present of their faith.

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Raksha Bandhan: Ancient Festival, Sacred Bond

National Sibling Day has been around for a few decades in the United States, but siblings in India have been honoring the unique bond between brothers and sisters for centuries.

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Slowing Down in a 242 Mile Per Hour Zone

Are there devices that help us slow down in a world that gets faster and faster every day?

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