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Angels on Earth


Today's guest blogger is Meg Belviso. She recently took a spiritual tour of France. Here's the fourth installment about her travels.

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Pet Stories


A blackboard sign leaned against tall golden cornstalks, fat pumpkins and a pot bursting with magenta mums. I paused at the chalk writing. Petting Paddock. The words instantly filled me with youthful glee. Then I squashed it back down inside.

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Daily Devotions


A friend of mine works for an elected official, and the other day she told me she’s been working on a problem brought to her office by a constituent with an extremely challenging personality.

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Inspirational Stories


Glen Campbell’s wife, Kim, stopped by the Guideposts office the other day to talk about the challenges of caring for a husband with Alzheimer’s and the just-released documentary, "Glen Campbell, I'll Be Me," about his final concert tour.

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They triumphed over him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony… (Revelation 12:11, NIV)

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Monday morning I sat down to my desk piled with books, files, notes, all screaming at me: “GET TO WORK, RICK! YOU ARE WAY BEHIND.” I logged on to the computer, girded for a backload of emails, all of them shouting, “OPEN ME! READ ME!  GET TO WORK!”

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Hymns and hymnals are disappearing from many churches nowadays. But hymns will always be an integral, daily part of my life due to my habit of using the hymnal as an aid to prayer.

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Why do some people have courage in the midst of great difficulty or danger while others do not? On 9/11 when people were going down the stairways of the World Trade Center away from the flames, New York fire fighters were going up into the fire.

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Outreach Ministries


Today's guest blogger is Ginger Harrington, a career Marine Corps spouse and mother of three grown children.

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Just shy of 10 years ago, my husband joined our local fire department as a volunteer firefighter, beginning a career as a first responder. He is committed to this role in impressive ways, just like the rest of his squad.

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Life after Death


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


Our staff is in Rye, New York, this week for our writers workshop, where we invite a chosen few to the lovely Wainwright House on the Long Island Sound. One of our new workshoppers, Christie Hughes, recently wrote on her blog about the "mysterious ways" that led her to winning the contest:

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“When I grow up, I’m gonna live in the country. I’m gonna have a bunch of dogs, cats…and a horse.”

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Stories of Faith


Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Galatians 6:9, NIV)

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Personal Growth


Do you know that if you Google search just the word "bullying," more than 24 million results pop up? It’s one of today’s hottest teen topics in the news, worldwide.

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Positive Thinking


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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The Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC, is a magical place because of the nature and wildlife that can be found to photograph. I make a yearly trip after leaving a writer’s conference in May.

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“Two of our women are missing!” Concern tinged the voice of the lady who had just walked up to our table. “They didn’t come back with the rest of the group. I hope something hasn’t happened to them!”

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