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Headlines have grabbed our hearts with stories of Europe’s growing migrant and refugee crisis. One way we can all respond is with prayer that is selfless, unbiased, and universal.
Prayer that acknowledges the intelligent and complete care provided for all by our infinite Father-Mother God removes the fearful belief that compassionate acts will benefit some people at the expense of others. When we look to God for a clearer understanding of His ever-presence and limitless love for all His creation—His spiritual ideas, embraced in His allness and goodness—we are establishing in our thoughts a spiritual foundation for constructive actions to help refugees, and to help those helping them.
Renee, Madelyn Harvey, Seacrane, EWS, Betty Lehman
Conquering the addiction to caffeine
Steven Milson Johnston
All creatures moving in harmony
Kim Crooks Korinek
A healing at college
Panning for gold
Praying through the night—with Psalm 91
Lori Ann Jakuc
Swim lessons and spiritual growth
A husband’s love—and my healing
Healings from my childhood
Love dissolves anger, brings healing
Dolores Carol Ost
Trust the Eternal
Photograph by Steve Ryf
The loving source of health
David C. Kennedy