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Spirituality and Prisoners of War: The Ultimate Freedom on Veterans Day

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John Wyndham’s uplifted thought and trust in the Divine not only freed him from the terror surrounding him, it kept him healthy and safe. Read More »

Veterans Day and the Gospel of Food for Hungry Children

A teddy bear accompanies a halal meal in a C-130 Hercules before a humanitarian airdrop over Iraq, Aug. 14, 2014. An American child donated the teddy bear to offer support for children trapped in the Iraq conflict. U.S. airmen assisted with the airdrop, which included bottled water and food for displaced citizens of Sinjar, Iraq. Brawley is a loadmaster assigned to the 746th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron.

On Veterans Day and every day let's remember these life-saving missions by soldiers fighting hunger. Read More »

Vigor at Every Age

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Instead of continuing to look at the mind-body connection to understand how to control the body and produce health, an understanding of our relationship to the Divine Mind is in order. Read More »

Relying on God in the Foxhole of a Health Crisis

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Many people believe that the condition of their spirit affects their health. Read More »

Calamity Leads to a Search for Happiness

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Daily gratitude is a very healthy exercise that produces joy and happiness. Read More »

Emmy-Nominated Film ‘Escape Fire’ and Treating the Whole Person

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Increasingly studies confirm that nurturing love, forgiveness, humor, gratitude and other spiritual qualities promote health. Read More »

Interview: Linda Kurtz of the Campus Kitchens Project

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Linda Kurtz of the Campus Kitchens Project talks about getting involved in the fight against hunger in America. Read More »

Food Ambassador Brings Urgent Message to UN General Assembly

WFP director (Etharin Cousin (left) in South Sudan discussing the mission to prevent famine in the war-torn country (World Food Programme photo)

The General Assembly has the power to save millions of children from the physical and mental damage of malnutrition. Read More »

Syrian Refugees in Turkey Need Humanitarian Aid

This Syrian family used to lead a happy life in Aleppo. Now the parents and children sleep on the streets of Istanbul in Turkey. They are among the 3 million refugees from Syria, many of whom live in desperate conditions. (UNHCR/S.Baldwin)

It's vital that refugees from Syria's war receive humanitarian aid. The future of the Middle East depends on how we respond to this emergency. Read More »

Syrian Refugee Children Lose School Food Program

Syrian refugee children in Iraq will not be able to get food at school because of funding constraints (World Food Programme photo)

Syrian children attending school in refugee camps in Iraq will be without a feeding program when classes start next week. Read More »