Story of the Week
While living in Turkey, Madeline Cornett and her husband began to visit a Protestant church on Sundays. “I attended with people from an American Air Force base,” she says. “The church was in Iskenderun, and when the Turkish congregation saw us arriving each week, they would break into songs that we knew. They sang in [...]
Hello, friends. We’re resuming our angel stories after a few weeks of overwork. If you received a Nook or Kindle, I can help you with books to read. Start with ANGELS, MIRACLES and HEAVEN ON EARTH and see where you’d like to go from there. Lou Berry’s story also appears in this new book. THIS [...]
Hello, angel friends. As we begin Advent, think for a moment of what Christmas might be like if there are no angels taking part in any of the joy! Visions, songs, prophecy, all occur when angels speak . Their roles are truly important, —Have I told you recently that if you click on an ad [...]
“Dale’s father had been gone for more than a month when Dale went to bed one night. He lay in the darkness with that familiar hurt feeling in his stomach. Was he ever going to see his dad again? “Just then, Dale saw something glowing in the corner of his room. He sat straight up [...]
Hello, angel-lovers. —Recently a nice lady wrote to ask if we had heard about “pillowcase dresses.” She had made 50(!) and sent them to African girls, but was planning to send the next batch to the girls in Thornton, Arkansas. You need pillowcases (used ones at Goodwill, etc,) thread and some sewing ability, (which lets [...]
Rose Williamson, of San Francisco, said goodbye to her girlfriend, who stepped off the bus and disappeared into the night. The two young women had seen a movie together after work, and were taking the bus home, as they often did. It was dark and by now the streets were quiet, but even though Rose’s [...]
It was almost spring, and Jeannette and Mimmo Aracri, of Newport News, Virginia, were preparing for the season. â€œMy husband, who is Italian, always insisted that wherever we lived, we would have to have a large back yard so he could plant his vegetable garden ,” says Jeannette. This particular lot had all of that, [...]
—“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 [...]
Dale found something unexpected at a garage sale.
When does a hard fall feel like cotton?