On Faith

Pollyanna found joy amid hardship … what’s so wrong with that?

You probably remember the story by Eleanor Porter of the little girl Pollyanna, orphaned and living

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Possibility of good exists even in our imperfections

There is an old legend from India about a servant in the household of a wealthy man whose duties inc

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Fear and depression wilt in the face of fresh perspective

We recently came across an intriguing poem by American author and poet Richelle E. Goodrich. Here is

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Believe in the power of persistent prayer

One day, at the McNair Discovery Learning Academy, bookkeeper Antoinette Tuff found herself face to

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Remember who you are: Ignore the lure

When we were teenagers, our parents presented us with a stern admonition whenever we left the house

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Misunderstanding results from turning a blind eye

The legend has long been told about the famed Czarina Catherine of Russia who, at the urging of her

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Remember: When we seek Jesus, we shall find

We’re told there is a little plaque attached to the top of the pulpit in the Chapel of Columbia Th

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Are there miracles? Sharing abundant grace is one in itself

Have you ever witnessed a miracle? The dictionary defines a miracle as “a surprising and welcome e

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Don’t obsess over your permanent record … God doesn’t

Do you remember being told as a child that you must never, ever get into trouble in school because a

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Local houses of worship key to building bridges

We often hear people lament that our communities just aren’t what they used to be. People have mov

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Are you a creature of habit? Time to get out of that rut

Are you a creature of habit whose every behavior is measured, predictable, and planned? Although we

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Don’t entomb yourself in misery and apathy …‘Come Out!’

Have you heard the humorous story about the friends who were discussing death? One of them asked the