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?
As I was looking through the gospels the other day, I noticed that those who came to Jesus Christ were usually coming to him out of desperation.
This coming Sunday evening, our church embarks on what is the largest and most important outreach activity that we do every year. It is called vacation Bible school.
In our country, we have just observed Memorial Day. It is fitting to remember all those who have served to make sure freedom can be enjoyed, and to remember those who have given their very lives for that freedom.
The story of the ten virgins has always been one of my favorites Jesus told. I love the symbolism and especially the comparison it makes to our day.
The University of Miami will soon launch its search for a scholar of atheism, humanism and secularism after a $2.2 million donation paved the way for the nation's first academic chair for the study of nonbelief.
School is usually a place where adults are in charge and kids are expected to follow. Adults make the rules, adults make the consequences and adults are the leaders.
Life gets busy and sometimes, in the middle of trying to stay afloat, we drift away from God.