A Father's Death
A Father's Death
Jaël Naomie · Oct 26 3 minute read

My loving father was sick. How sick? I didn't know at the time. Upon hearing the news, my brother had immediately booked our father a flight to New York City to seek treatment. He was soon diagnosed with bone marrow cancer. I was filled with worries and stresses...

The Uncomfortable Before the Miracle
The Uncomfortable Before the Miracle
Nathan G. Kellyman · Oct 12 3 minute read

How many times have you asked for a miracle? How many times was that request met with a season of discomfort? A miracle rarely seems to happen immediately. There seems to often be uneasiness and hardship before we are granted what we seek. We believe in God's plan for our lives, yet we hate the uncomfortable while we wait...

Nothing Is Too Hard for the Lord!
Nothing Is Too Hard for the Lord!
Edith Kiggundu · Oct 2 3 minute read

I opened my mouth in an attempt to sing, but my voice creaked like the hinges of a rusty iron gate. I panicked! I tried different songs, but I could not get the pitch right. It sounded as though my vocal cords...

War of 1812 Miracles
War of 1812 Miracles
Ashley Perry · Sep 22 6 minute read

Just a few decades after miraculously winning the American Revolution in 1783, the United States of America once again was at war with Great Britain. Hoping to punish the Americans for their previous rebellion, the British were intent...

Snakes, Planes and Bananas
Snakes, Planes and Bananas
Keith LaRoy · Sep 17 8 minute read

There was no plane in sight. Where was it? He could still hear it. Then it dawned on them. That wasn’t the sound of a plane, that was the sound of high-powered mowers in the local village. His heart sank. Disappointed, drenched in sweat, and hungry, he wondered...

Miracles Come in “Cans”
Miracles Come in “Cans”
Vicki Griffin · Sep 17 5 minute read

In every human heart, there are longings for release from inner troubles: addiction, chronic worry, anger, fear, or depression. There are longings for healing from difficult relationships, for courage to go on in the face of loss, maybe multiple losses.

Does God Care About a Blender?
Does God Care About a Blender?
Nathan G. Kellyman · Sep 10 3 minute read

As we go through life, we encounter problems that may seem small or insignificant. We may find ourselves reluctantly going to God because we believe that our seemingly insignificant trials will not matter to him. We may ask ourselves...

The Miracle of a Promise
The Miracle of a Promise
Jaël Naomie · Sep 2 3 minute read

Dan and Carly soon discovered that Dan had a one in a million chance of ever being able to father a child...Now most couples would accept their fate and live the best life they could, childless. But Carly and Dan decided to take that one in a million chance. They knew the God of Abraham could work things out.

The Miraculous Life of George Washington
The Miraculous Life of George Washington
Ashley Perry · Aug 24 4 minute read

George Washington should have never made it to adulthood. Raised in the Virginia countryside in the eighteenth century, he lost both a father and a brother at a young age.

The Miracle of Providence
The Miracle of Providence
Keith LaRoy · Aug 13 8 minute read

It was Tuesday morning, 10:00 a.m., and my shift had just begun at the mall. The shift from singleness to companionship. It was the morning I met my wife.

The Necessity of Prayer
The Necessity of Prayer
Jaël Naomie · Aug 3 2 minute read

My drives to work or church always start with a simple prayer for protection and the Lord to be with me. Little did I know how much that prayer was needed on this particular day!

Miracle of the Blind Man
Miracle of the Blind Man
Barbara M. Weimer · Jul 27 8 minute read

Miracles — genuine miracles — change our perspective or deepen our understanding. They give us hope to believe that impossible blessings can happen through the power of God.