Today, we share an encouraging message from King David that's sure to help ease your struggle.
George Borrow, for example, led a borderless life of instability and exploration. His eventual discovery of the Lord was equally unpredictable.
Explore the humble beginnings of Southern Baptist leader Lee Scarborough today on Hugs From Heaven.
Explore the trials and tribulations of British philanthropist George Mueller, who sat helplessly by as his only child suffered from a life-threatening illness.
The Passion Translation is celebrated Pastor and Missionary Dr. Brian Simmons' contribution to the accessibility of the God's word.
The natural splendor of God's creation provides us with countless opportunities to escape, explore and discover ourselves.
Today, we learn to remain patient in waiting for the justice of the Lord and discover a few things about the natural world around us.
Today, we explore the role of faith in the Lord and how it aids the aging process. We'll also share some wise words from the mouth of King Solomon, too.
Today, we explore the true love story of 20th-century missionaries Francis and Edith Schaeffer as the perfect example of divine inspiration.
Though he would endure great setbacks and much adversity, his tireless work in the name of The Lord would result in over 18,000 conversions and 125 schools in China.
The warmer weather presents us with a fantastic opportunity to witness the wonders of the natural world.
Nearing the end of her life, Mary Antionette was left with a very important choice to make: allow her past misgivings to dictate her afterlife or seek salvation in the arms of God.
Whether it's through tweets, interviews, or incendiary online outbursts, people are discovering the negative power of their own tongue on a daily basis.
Though she struggled with her health for most of her young life, songwriter Elizabeth Clephane exuded positivity every single day.
Today, we celebrate the Heavenly Father with the iconic hymn written by Anthony Brown and Joseph Patrick Martin Barrett.
By enduring (and surviving) conflict, we emerge more polished and more prepared to handle the future conflicts that lie ahead.
Today, we look to the Bible for guidance on the unpredictable nature of nature!
Difficult situations push us to our limits so that when we come out on the other side, we're stronger, more resolute and more and even more confident God's plan for us.
Explore how authentic, human connections impact your overall quality of life and your spirituality on another brand new episode of Hugs From Heaven.
On a recent neighborhood stroll, I encountered a seemingly out-of-place critter that inspired today's reflections on the adaptability of nature and the resilience of the human spirit.
Today, we unpack the most poignant messages from Bishop Michael Curry's timeless sermon which was, without a doubt, a welcome Hug From Heaven.
Today, we explore a number of people just like you, who set their goals with God in mind and accomplished great things. Get empowered by this brand new episode of Hugs From Heaven.
George Matheson, the blind Scottish hymnist, and pastor behind the timeless hymn, "O Love That Will Not Let Me Go." Matheson channeled his suffering and created a song that's helped others endure their own trials and tribulations.
The modern digital landscape has made millions of day-to-day activities easier and more efficient. But, our new found productivity has certainly come at a cost.
In 1948, the Far East Broadcasting Company set out to broadcast the Gospel across the world via shortwave radio.
With memorable lyrics and a strong message, let this popular song provide you with some welcome hymnspiration today on Hugs From Heaven.
The focus of this episode, though a horrific tragedy, details the importance of community, togetherness, and prayer.
Though Desiderius Erasmus isn't exactly a household name, his life's work would greatly impact that of Martin Luther. Erasmus's life saw him grow from an insignificant Dutch orphan to one of the most celebrated theological minds of his day.
Though it may seem impossible to navigate the endless flood of misinformation, there is one truth that has the power to bring us all together.
The Bible often uses natural imagery to paint a picture of the resiliency of human beings. The Oak, for example, can tell us a whole lot about who we are, where we've come from and how we can achieve a balanced life. Hike through the timeless wisdom of the natural world in a Spring...