Sisterhood of the Traveling Quilt

With her husband gone and her friends dispersed, there had to be a way to reconnect.

by Myra Sanchez

An artist's rendering of an angel in a quilted dress and with quilted wingsKate and Pippin cuddle up in the back yard. Edie and her son Jimmy at his second deploymentThe Vault's unique set up where customers serve themselves coffee.
An artist's line drawing of Curt's salesman friend

His business career began with a chance encounter with a sight-impaired salesman who taught him to believe–in his products and his customers.

by Curt Wellumson
, Hopkins, Minnesota
Blade embraces DD with love and gratitude.

A veteran believed suicide was the only respite from his pain–until DD, a rescue dog,showed up.

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Chesapeake Antiques Mysteries

In this warmhearted Guideposts original two-book fiction set, widowed Miriam Maxwell returns to Chesapeake Bay to take over her late sister's antique store and reconnects with an old friend. A discovery hidden in a desk drawer belonging to Miriam's family sends the pair off on delightful adventures in mystery and history.

Suggest a Soldier

BRING HOPE AND INSPIRATION TO A MEMBER OF THE U.S. MILITARY. Suggest an active duty soldier to receive a gift of Guideposts, America’s favorite inspirational magazine, and we will do the rest.

Touchpoint Bible

Introducing the Bible that touches you at your point of need. The TouchPoint Bible directs you to places where God can touch and heal any need, issue or situation you are wrestling with. By featuring easy-to-use reference tools, you’ll be quickly guided to the perfect passage right when you need it.


Griffin encourages others to follow their dreams no matter what.

Homeless Florida teen, Griffin Furlong, becomes valedictorian of his high school class, sending an inspiring message to "never give up."

operating room photo with three angelic lights in background

I was afraid because I didn’t know what lay ahead for me...

by Barbara J. Shoemaker
, Tulsa, Oklahoma

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