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Refresh your prayer practice
How to Pray

6 Biblical Qualities of God to Use in Your Prayers

If you’re trying to breathe new life into your prayer routine, focus on these words to grow in your faith.

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Daily Devotions

Amazing Love

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Saved by a mother
Family

How a Mother’s Cancer Helped Save Her Daughter’s Life

Finding eternal love and support after an unplanned doctor’s visit

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Edward Grinnan
Addiction and Recovery

Free from Guideposts: A Daily Devotions Booklet on Recovery

Whether you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, this collection of 60 devotionals offers a message of hope and inspiration.

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Raylene Nickel and her farmer friends, Sam and Tony; photo by Kristine Rau
Stories of Hope

A Farmer Mentors the Next Generation

Amid the struggles of rural America, a lifelong farmer sees signs of renewal.

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Everyday Coping for Caregivers

A Caregiving Q&A with Nikki DeLoach

Her Hallmark movies end happily ever after. How this actress finds hope in the real-life story of her father’s dementia

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Luanne Holzloehner and her husband Hans. Credit: courtesy Peggy Frezon
Everyday Coping for Caregivers

A Caregiver Is Reassured by the Universal Language of Love

Her husband changed as his dementia advanced, but a tender gesture proved he still cared.

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Mayra Fernandez; photo by Katie Hogin
Adult Children

She Realized That God Was Working Wonders in Her Son's Heart

A devout Catholic, she worried when her adult son declared himself an atheist.  But then he attended a family quinceañera.

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Praying through addiction
Power of Prayer

12 Scriptures to Help You Pray Through Recovery

We are all recovering from something, if not addiction. Here are some Bible verses to help.

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Devotions for Women

Rediscover Your Childlike Wonder

Notice the miracles around you, big or small, and thank Jesus for what you see.

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