Blog Directory

Angels on Earth

colleen-hughes

I have mixed feelings about working so near the Freedom Tower in downtown Manhattan.

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Daily Devotions

julia-attaway

One of my children texted me an angry message the other day, and it took a bite out of my heart. It’s the kind of thing that happens occasionally when you have teenagers.

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Inspirational Stories

Edward

I'm going to have to keep this blog short today because I am out in southern California for our annual meeting of the Guideposts National Advisory Cabinet.

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michelleadams

I can do all this through Him who gives me strength. (Philippians 4:13, NIV)

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Prayer

rhamlin

What is it about praying for your kids that you swing from wildly ambitious hopes to woefully mundane fears, never sticking to one or the other? At least that’s what happens to me.

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Pablo

Most of my professional life in ministry has been spent leading, speaking, or preaching. When this opportunity arose to write a weekly blog I thought hmm… this is a new platform for me. Then I realized my goal and focus could remain the same which is “to speak from my heart to the heart of others.”  

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Outreach Ministries

egmelson

On that day, when evening came, He said to them, “Let us go over to the other side.”

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KBerlandi

This time of year is one of transition…from long summer days to crisp and colorful fall ones, from summer camps and vacations to school. It is a time of change for all of us, yet surely more marked changes for some than others.

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Life after Death

trudy-harris

For three wonderful years I have been writing this blog, and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Hearing from people all over the world, with their own very personal experiences of life and death, has been extraordinary for me.

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Mysterious Ways

ahunter

Today’s guest blogger is assistant editor Daniel Kessel.

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daydin_1

It’s hard to believe that summer will be officially over in a few days. In fact, it’s been so chilly here this past week in New York that I think we might skip fall and go straight into winter. Eek!

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Stories of Faith

seliasen

The children are in bed and Lonny and I are in the schoolroom. He’s at one end of the boys’ school table, working on his computer. I’m on the other end, working on mine. I look up and see him there, work-face pulling his brows. The clickity-clack of his keyboard is the only sound.

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Positive Thinking

AmyW

One of the nicest perks of my job is all the interesting and inspiring books that cross my desk. Those that have a possible story for the magazine, I try to look at right away. The others have to wait until I have a free moment.

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