How an encounter with some fine-feathered friends reminded me not to worry.
by Diane StarkFaith & Friends
Is keeping birds off the road much like raising teenagers? This is what Diane Stark and her daughter, Julia, discussed one day while they were running errands in the family car. Their answer might surprise you!
An honest look at gratitude during trying times.
by Lieutenant Erin L. WikleWeb Exclusive
Gratitude is best cultivated when we take whatever time necessary to sit with our grief, embrace suffering and resist numbing out in the face of hardship. It’s these very things that become the means to cultivating an intimate and more honest connection with God.
For one woman's veteran father, The Salvation Army was everywhere during the Second World War.
by Jan KeatsFaith & Friends
From the time he returned from the Second World War until his death, Henry Bellegarde always donated to The Salvation Army. Recognizing all the work and dedication he had seen during the war had had an impact on him, and his daughter, Mary, inherited his love for the Army as well.
God protected my life during the genocide in Rwanda.
by Francine Tuyishime IngabireFeature
Soon I was alone, homeless and starving. All I could do was believe that God would take care of me and give me strength. That’s when I came to know him, as he protected me and helped me to find food and shelter.
We live in a culture of toxic positivity that thrives off memes that quip, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and T-shirts that read, “Good Vibes Only.” Some feelings are easier to bear than others, but trying to exist in a “Good Vibes Only” world isn’t realistic or healthy.