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  • by Laura Peabody
You have probably known someone close to you who has faced the end of their time on this earth. Maybe you were their caregiver, or perhaps you know of a caregiver who gave all his or her time caring for someone they love who faced this challenging period. It’s a difficult circumstance—lives are changing, and not for the better.
  • by Janet Treadway
Does life seem unfair to you? Would you like to know one sure way to overcome problems and trials?
  • by Amanda Stiver
Serving others is self-sacrifice. Modern culture tends to just throw money, not service, at a need.
  • by United Church of God
It is a tough life, and we all need each other to help us finish the race.
by United News
  • by Robert H Berendt
Hospitality seems to be a lost art in our modern times, but we must learn to offer something of ourselves to others. Not everyone shows hospitality in the same way, but we must learn to share as God has shared with us.
  • by John Fox
The story has been told of a mother who, wishing to encourage her young son's progress on the piano, took him to a concert by the famous Polish pianist, Jan Paderewski.
  • by Aaron Dean
While working with Herbert Armstrong (a minister and evangelist) as his personal aide, I assisted him with many philanthropic projects. This project in particular continues to yield amazing fruit.