With November being the month of Thanksgiving, there always seems to be a gratitude or thankfulness challenge that pops up on social media. Columnist Heather Feeler writes about trying a “thank you project.”
Please and thank you are phrases that we all are used to saying. We say them so much that they may seem like formalities. Even if they are formalities, they are important to say and hear. In a way, Psalm 116 emphasizes the importance of
For most people, the day of thanksgiving may bear little resemblance to the earliest days of gratitude for a good harvest celebrated almost as long as times of harvest in rural settings in cultures that long predated America itself.
Veteran’s Day is one of the few holidays that our staff does not have as a paid day off. This year on Veteran’s Day, I found myself on my way to work earlier than most days. I stopped at a nearby grocery
For believers, true gratitude is an attitude and a discipline to be cultivated day by day, even moment by moment. It is integral to actually living a Christian life. Thanksgiving is a way of life -- and a way of living life
By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor Gratitude is a powerful commodity, not unlike the power of forgiveness. People who either receive forgiveness or forgive someone else usually realize they have experienced something significant — even life-changing. Likewise, one could debate whether it is more of a