Health & Hospitals

Have a blessed and glorious Easter, and I will meet you next weekend.

Marti Stafford is a Licensed Practical nurse, and has three natural children and two stepchildren. Life has been a struggle primarily against poverty, but Marti has kept her faith and recently things had begun to change. Then in January, Marti became ill with a “mystery disease,” not too many symptoms but enough that she missed […]

Where Angels Walk, Feb 24, 2012, Youtube

Usually I send my messages in text (printed). But recently one of my favorite subscribers, Gil Bar-On sent me an awesome story which had been posted on I would not want any of you to miss this story, so I am sending it via the Internet (just click on the link below to retrieve […]

WHERE ANGELS WALK, Jan 7 2012, Extra Angels?

—“I can’t stand to think what we and the poor would do without you,” wrote Joannie Cayce just a few days after Christmas. Once again, she and her extended family had managed to bring food, clothing and gifts to over 700 children in Thornton Arkansas, thanks in part to donors like you.  For those of […]

Storyof the Week, June 24, 2011, Garage Sale Signal

Dale found something unexpected at a garage sale.

Story of the Week, March 9, 2011, No Batteries Needed

Debe’s mother in law passed away in Wisconsin during January, not the easiest time of year for a funeral. With so many friends and family members traveling to say their last goodbyes, the family decided to hold a memorial service at the funeral home chapel instead of at the gravesite. “We put her photos and […]

Story of the Week, February 19, 2011, Angel in Hiking Boots

ANGEL IN HIKING BOOTS Angels don’t always announce their arrival.  And sometimes the helper is an ordinary person acting like an angel. Either way, they change our lives.  Tammy Kline would agree. Tammy, her husband Rich and several others had embarked upon a climb on the Grand Canyon.  An experienced hiker (and married to one), […]

Story of the Week, January 2, 2011, Hospital Helper

Many angel stories occur in hospitals, and that’s logical, isn’t it? Where better to look for helpers of the spiritual kind? Mary LaGrange, of Greenfield, Wisconsin, would agree. She was concerned when her brother George was admitted to the hospital to have laser surgery on his lower eye lid. Frank had had a previous surgery […]

Story of the Week, February 13, 2010, Angel of Mercy

Eva and her mother were at the hospital, sitting at the bedside of her father.  He was very ill and hadn’t spoken in several days, and although she and her mother had prayed so hard, it looked as if her father was not going to recover. “Suddenly Dad began speaking, and praising the Lord!” Eva […]

Story of the Week, December 18, Christmas Comes

Hello, angel lovers.  This is the last of our stories for 2009.  Is it my imagination, or did this year fly by?  We have a serious prayer need this year: our friends, the Cayces—who we help support in Thornton, Arkansas—have a son Daniel, who is himself an earth angel.  Many of us have watched him […]

Story of the Week, September 11, 2009 Remembering

—All through this day, 9/11/09, I have tried to come up with a theme for our angel newsletter due today.  It’s been difficult. —I had the honor and privilege of being able to interview the last survivor of the World Trade Center bombing, whose story ultimately appeared in my book, IN THE ARMS OF ANGELS.  […]