Destiny can be defined as the inevitable or necessary succession of events.
When Jesus walked on the troubled water towards His disciples in the boat, Peter asked if he could come out and meet Him. The Savior said, "Come."
Everyone who has ever lived on earth has experienced suffering. Suffering is a fact of life no one can escape. Even Jesus, the most perfect person to ever live, suffered greatly while He sojourned here.
God is your Father and He loves you so much. He is always there, always watching and always aware of your needs. He constantly reaches out to you to show you His love. But because you live in a fast-paced and crazy world, sometimes you can miss those special moments when God is trying to connect with you.
Sometimes marriage is a battleground. But because battles in marriage are always with someone you love, you have to fight differently. You want the outcome to be one where both sides are satisfied. Battles like this are rare in the real world, but if you want your marriage to work, you have to change how you view the battle.
Fasting and giving thanks from sunrise to sunset is always challenging, but it becomes even more difficult without a house, job and other creature comforts of a familiar homeland.
Christopher Ward Jr. has lived his entire life unable to see the face of his mother. Born with an underdeveloped optic nerve, he can only recognize colors and shapes and watches television by touching the screen with his nose.
Born without hands, 15-year-old Alexei Romanov is changing the way the world looks at people with disabilities.
Pope Francis became an Instagram sensation earlier this year, gaining 1 million followers on the social media service within 12 hours of signing up.
There are many organizations that fight hunger throughout the world, but Parkash Chhibber is working to fight hunger in his own neighborhood of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
My point today comes in the form of a question: Where is your focus today?
Family members of the victims of the Charleston, South Carolina, church shooting captivated the country last year when they offered the attacker, Dylann Roof, forgiveness instead of fury.
Kindness matters. Brice Royer is living proof of that statement. Four years ago, Brice was diagnosed with a stomach tumor that doctors said would eventually kill him.
Religious communities around the world can't agree on how best to respond to the refugee crisis, as they balance concerns about safety and resources with a spiritual call to serve people in need.
Do you ever look at your life and question why it’s so tough?
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It's no secret that the Olympic Games bring together a diverse pool of people from different ethnicities and cultures — individuals who have divergent beliefs ...