THE PUSH by Shelby Ballif We were driving the familiar roads through our childhood city, heading home after work for a family party. Conversation was easy after a long work day, and we were just on the homestretch, we saw something that took our breath away. There was one of those, blind-you-with-beauty sunsets going down,…

We love this account from our Good News reporter that she received from a friend. We hope you feel inspired to look for the 70 cent miracles in your life today.   One of my favorite testaments of God’s love and awareness came in a small, but glaringly real way. I was spending the day…

We all experience setbacks in our lives: emotional, mental, spiritual and even physical. But what if you knew your setbacks could allow others to succeed? Post-polio paraplegic statistics might suggest that Wally Cantrell was destined for a wheelchair and not for the sports scene. But Wally thwarted all odds and used his trial of being…

We’ve loved sharing our good news stories each week and rather than just share a story with you today, we have a story combined with thoughts from guest author Jessica Poe. We hope today’s post is a great illustration of why telling our stories and connecting with each other is so important. On the side of my…

As a 6th grader, Haley Steed remembers listening intently as her parents discussed the importance of setting goals one night. They urged Haley and her siblings to write down their short and long-term goals. On the list was a goal that meant a great deal to her: she wanted to earn a full-ride basketball scholarship….

By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. (John 13:35) Picture this: you’re going through a difficult time. You feel all alone. You’re desperately wondering where to find hope. And then it comes: a love letter. Someone selflessly, tenderly reaches out to you with written…

Gino Rich understands the power of service and is a passionate individual who believes in enabling others to change their circumstances. For 25 years Gino has been involved with an organization called Sew Much Hope. The project is dedicated to converting older electric sewing machines into hand-cranked models. These modified machines are sent all over…

“Behold, I have refined thee, but not with silver; I have chosen thee in the furnace of affliction.” (Isaiah 48:10) Sam Bracken is a living example of what it looks like to be refined in the furnace of affliction. While today he is a successful author, speaker, husband and father, his journey to success was…

While reports of domestic violence are often shared through the news, we hope you will enjoy the following case of “domestic love.” Marjorie and Grant: 93 years old and 95 years old. Grandpa Grant and Grandma Marjorie live in a small and quiet farming town of Northern Utah. They spend their evenings sitting on their…

The miracle of growth is all around us. Tiny seeds grow into towering trees, single sparks turn into rip-roaring fires, and helpless infants become leaders of nations. But there’s a catch: each of these examples require outside support. A young and tenacious Sarah Harris is an example of someone who’s dedicated herself to supporting such growth. As a student…

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