Generosity: Triggering God

Generosity: Triggering God

Psychology has helped us understand that even a subtle gesture or the tone of someone’s voice can trigger a memory or a reaction. Some memories are good, such as times with a loved one, an especially fun vacation, or a time when God’s presence was very real....
The Dash

The Dash

In the faint light of the attic, an old man, tall and stooped, bent his great frame and made his way to a stack of boxes that sat near one of the little half windows. Brushing aside a wisp of cobwebs, he tilted the top box toward the light and began to carefully lift...
A Burden Shared Is a Burden Lifted

A Burden Shared Is a Burden Lifted

As a mother, my desire has always been that my children would grow into competent, independent adults, but not at the expense of developing compassionate, caring hearts for others. I saw that idea beautifully demonstrated in a small nursery school in Malawi. Shrieks...
Keep Moving Forward

Keep Moving Forward

The struggle we have today, we have to fight,The whole family is looking, the whole society is looking, everything they are understanding too… Everyone is present also, but no one will come forward to help…Everyone just keeps looking at us while we struggle, God may...
Two Brothers

Two Brothers

On one of the Danish islands, where old Thingstones, the seats of justice of our forefathers, still stand in the cornfields, and huge trees rise in the forests of beech, there lies a little town whose low houses are covered with red tiles. In one of these houses...
Little Brothers Of The Air

Little Brothers Of The Air

The man of whom I am now going to tell you was famous, not for his wealth or his power or his deeds in war, but for his great gentleness. He lived more than seven hundred years ago in a quaint little town of Italy. His name was Francis, and because of his goodness,...