Father

Whether he's Daddy, Dad, Pop, Papa, or simply a father figure, your father is an influential person in your life, the man who helped give you your life and who has the power to set you on your life's path.
Comforting a friend
Stories of Faith

How a Faith Community Can Support Us Through Grief

A set of beliefs, practices, rituals and traditions can meet us where we are during a time of terrible loss.

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Divine connections
Inspiring Stories

When God Connects Us in a Very Special Way

Sometimes our encounters with others are not just by chance.

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Bible verses about relationships
Life Advice

6 Bible Verses That Will Help Strengthen Relationships

The ancient wisdom of Scripture has a lot to teach us about communicating with others. 

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Simple celebrations for Father's Day
Life Advice

3 Simple Celebrations for Father's Day

Meaningful ways to thank the father or father figure in your lifewithout breaking the bank.

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Faith of our fathers
Family

A Father’s Day Celebration of Faith

Great examples of love in action from fathers and father figures.

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Robert and Son Vo today.
Blended Families

How This Veteran Discovered the Son He Left in Vietnam

Decades after the war, this veteran took a DNA test that forever changed his life. 

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Devon with his daughter, Leah, near his Houston home
Answered Prayers

What Devon Still Learned from His Daughter’s Cancer Battle

The former NFL star never expected to get this faith lesson from his sick daughter

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Former NFL player Devon Still and his daughter Leah
Power of Prayer

Devon Still on Strength, Faith and Community

Former NFL player Devon Still talks about what he learned about faith and strength and the importance of community while his young daughter was going through difficult treatments for cancer.

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Robert Nore (right) and his son Son Vo
Family

46 Years Later, a Heartwarming Father-Son Reunion

He'd long thought nothing good had come from his Vietnam experience. Forty-six years later, an e-mail proved him wrong.

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