Frank B. Whitney’s Divine Idea
Learn about Frank B. Whitney, the founder of Daily Word, Unity’s flagship publication. Discover how he came up with the idea for devotionals.
Finding God in Wide-Open Spaces
Rebecca Johnson reflects on finding the Silence within and her spiritual journey as guided by her grandfather’s wisdom and love for Mother Nature.
We Belong Together
Teresa Burton reflects on the importance of embracing diversity and finding unity in our differences. Discover the richness and depth of living beyond our immediate circles.
Finding Peace Through Service and Surrender
Attorney Carol L. Stokes shares her journey of caring for her cousin with mental illness, highlighting the importance of surrender and divine guidance.
How Daily Word Went Global
Discover the global impact of Unity’s Daily Word magazine through volunteer affiliates and their unique methods of sharing inspiration worldwide.
Daily Word: Hot off the Press
Discover the story of Martin Fisher, chairman of the board for The Fisher Group Companies, the printer for Daily Word.
The Easter Story is Yours
Teresa Burton reflects on the Easter story and how we can find relevance for it in our own lives as we celebrate our resilience and strength.
BeUnity App: Inspiration at Your Fingertips
Take your spiritual practice to the next level with the BeUnity app where you can access Daily Word messages and inspirational Unity content.
I Release and I Let Go
Find true freedom by releasing the past—the beliefs that once served you but no longer do. Release and claim the freedom to choose new thoughts and beliefs.
Perfecting the Recipe for Success
Anamaría Morales (known as the College Confectionista) was an entrepreneur at an early age who baked her way through college “one cheesecake at a time.”
In the quiet of the morning, there is time. Time to hear a chirping song and feel the wind’s caress
There are all kinds of love stories, but the best ones allow us to open our hearts—and to care. Read more from Daily Word editor Teresa Burton.
From Fearing the Worst to Expecting the Best
After a lifetime wondering What’s the worst that could happen? Michaelle Washington begins expecting the best—and finding a healing mantra in the call to be still through meditation.
Finding Joy in Giving
Living with a poverty consciousness can keep us feeling isolated or embarrassed. But as Louisa Rogers has found, developing a prosperity consciousness can open our eyes to abundance—and to finding the joy in giving.