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January 05, 2013
Jan. 5: Writing in the New Year
The start of a new year may fill you with feelings of both anticipation and...
January 04, 2013
Jan. 4: A Spiritual Detective
When the late Johnny Cash's wife, June Carter Cash, died in 2003, many of the...
January 03, 2013
Jan. 3: An Uneventful Day?
In his novel From the Corner of His Eye, best-selling author Dean Koontz shares thoughts...
January 02, 2013
Jan. 2: The Kindness that Changed Two Lives
In 2008, New York Police Officer Susan Porcello and her partner responded to a 911...
January 01, 2013
Jan. 1: The Road Not Taken
In 2008, high school basketball phenomenon Elena Delle Donne started attending the University of Connecticut,...
December 31, 2012
Dec. 31: Going to Everyone with Love
Father James Keller, the founder of The Christophers, had this to say about the guiding...
December 30, 2012
Dec. 30: The Power to Give
The Power to Give It’s said that it’s better to give than to receive. But...
December 29, 2012
Dec. 29: Dreams Fulfilled
When Vonetta Flowers competed for a spot in the 2000 Summer Olympics, she never imagined...
December 28, 2012
Dec. 28: The Right to Believe
During the mid-1950’s, a group of atheists demanded that the words “under God” be removed...
December 27, 2012
Dec. 27: Germs Like Worriers
“Worry is the interest we pay on trouble before it is due.” This is an...
December 26, 2012
Dec. 26: A Little Thank-You
In today’s paper-less society, it’s no small wonder that the art of writing thank-you notes...
December 25, 2012
Dec. 25: Finding God in Unexpected Places
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen once shared these thoughts about Jesus’ birth: “[Joseph] searched for a...
December 24, 2012
Dec 24: A Life Lesson for Christmas
Former American Idol contestant and Grammy-nominated gospel singer Mandisa remembers one Christmas when loneliness threatened...
December 23, 2012
Dec. 23: Christmas Keeps People Alive
When Elizabeth Scalia’s brother was dying in a hospice in December, 2004, he read an...
December 22, 2012
Dec. 22: Divine Inspiration
George Frederick Handel lived to see his oratorio, The Messiah, become a cherished tradition. First...
December 21, 2012
Dec. 21: Christmas for Forgotten Angels
Christmas for Forgotten Angels Though Clarence Adams didn’t know much about homelessness when he got...
December 20, 2012
Dec. 20: Children Should be Seen and Heard
There is a Victorian saying stating that children are to be seen but not heard. ...
December 19, 2012
Dec. 19: The Blessing of a New Family
Twenty-one-year-old Haylee Cain felt alone and hopeless. Afflicted with cerebral palsy which affects her arms...
December 18, 2012
Dec. 18: The 12 Days of Christmas
With so much focus on December 25, we sometimes forget that the Christmas season doesn’t...
December 17, 2012
Dec. 17: An Interfaith Gesture at Christmas
Many years ago, Albert Rosen, a Jewish salesman in Milwaukee, decided to help a Christian...
December 16, 2012
Dec. 16: Angel for an Evening
Philip Stover and Father Charles Ehrenbach were strangers stranded at the Philadelphia Airport because of...
December 15, 2012
Dec. 15: A Prayer for Parents
Today we’d like to share with you a Christopher prayer for parents: “Heavenly Father, You...
December 14, 2012
Dec. 14: Take a Chance on Faith
Actor Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ) was always outspoken about his Christian beliefs. ...
December 13, 2012
Dec. 13: Giving Sight to the Blind
Twenty-nine-year-old tree trimmer John Wilkinson only had vision in one eye due to a sports...
December 12, 2012
Dec. 12: Smoke Signals
A shipwreck survivor washed up on a small, deserted island. The man prayed to God...
December 11, 2012
Dec. 11: Feeding the Human Spirit
Every weekday morning, volunteers from Holy Family Church in Omaha, Nebraska, make approximately 900 sack...
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