From giant leaps to tiny steps:
everyone has a story.
Cultivating relationships requires faith in the value of connection, faith in the power of the process, and faith in constant sources.
We all want life to be exciting and adventurous. Unfortunately, most of life does not consist of hiking Mount Kilmonagaro. So, how can faith can help you find meaning in the grocery store line?
The holidays don’t feel very merry sometimes after the death of a loved one. Going into my third Christmas after my mother’s passing from cancer, I’ve learned a few principles that don’t take the pain away, but do help me move toward healing.
The reality is that stress and worry are all a part of this thing we call life. But there are a number of ways to lessen its burden—including exercising faith.
Sometimes, simply remembering certain things can be what we need to feel greater peace and hope for the future.
Gratitude: A foundation from which your life can take flight.
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.
Have you ever felt betrayed? Although at times it may not be easy to keep a hopeful perspective, here is how I found the courage to move past betrayal and press on to brighter horizons.
I thought it was just another performance, until a stranger’s gratitude opened my eyes.
The surprising role of faith in finding love.
What we crave most is connection, not things. Here are five tips for keeping the holidays focused on what truly matters.
Sharing your faith with your friends, neighbors and even family can sometimes feel clumsy and awkward. Here are five ways to share your faith more easily this holiday season.
Whether you’re 17 or 70, love is made up of little things. Watch how two couples keep love alive.
People can be rude, insensitive, or downright mean. But holding grudges can weigh us down. Here are four tips to let go of grudges for good
How are parents sharing their faith with their families? The answer may have less to do with what they believe and more to do with how they believe.
Is sharing your faith on social media a little scary? Read on to discover why you should share anyway.
They didn’t have to spend their money or their time or their lives with me. But they did. I was a stranger, and they welcomed me.
Last week we asked how your mom has helped strengthen your faith. Here is what you had to say…
Taking the awkward silence out of interfaith friendships, one conversation at a time.
Remember to add this one secret ingredient to all of your relationships.
Here are three quick tips that can help you forget the February blues.