The Life-Changing Power of Speaking a Blessing

I am speaking to you continually: words of Life . . . Peace . . . Love. Tune your heart to receive these messages of …

Love Works

Learn to relate to others through My Love rather than yours. Your human love is ever so limited, full of flaws and manipulation.My loving …

Why You Need a Cross-Cultural Coach

Look at other people through lenses of Love; see them from My perspective. This is how you walk in the Light, and it pleases Me.…

Becoming Godmothers Who War

I infused meaning into your mind and harmony into your heart. Join Me in singing My song. Together we will draw others out of darkness …

Empathy: A Key to Loving Our Neighbors

“Learn to relate to others through My Love rather than yours…Instead of trying harder to help people through your own paltry supplies, become aware …

Make Sure the Holiday Is What You Desire

The Christmas season is so, so exciting. It gets us in touch with so much that is important: the message of God’s gift of Jesus …

Giving Away Good News Across the Street and Around the World

In my daily devotionals growing up, somehow I missed the good news that Jesus could save me on earth in physical and emotional ways—even though …

Life’s Sweetest Graduation by Dr. Cindy Ryan

Dr. Cindy Ryan shares the inexpressible joys and fears of her experience becoming a grandmother. Her thoughts on parenting and grand-parenting.…

Still Letting Go – A Mother’s Goodbye to Her College Bound Daughter

Sherri Gragg, Writer’s Digest award winner and author of Arms Open Wide: A Call to Linger in The Savior’s Presence, continues the story of …

Letting Go – My Daughter Goes to College

Writer’s Digest award winning author, Sherri Gragg, reflects on the struggles and triumphs parents face as she prepares her oldest daughter for her journey to college. …

A Lifestyle of Service To A New Generation

Utther Finau: My Mother’s Example I could tell you so much about my mom. I can still feel her amazing hugs that seemed to …

The Wickes Honor Their Mother After Her Cancer Battle

‘Active and engaging’ would be two words to describe our mom, Amy Wicke. Outgoing and personable, she made friends quickly, and most of those friendships …