Outreach Ministries


Guideposts Outreach touches millions
of lives by bringing faith and hope to people
in need of God's presence and promise.
The articles here show the huge difference
 Guideposts Outreach ministries make
 in the lives of so many. Guideposts 
distributes 
millions of inspirational
 publications free to 
the military,
nursing  homes, prisons, a
nd
children’s hospitals, and the
 
OurPrayer ministry prays over 
hundreds of thousands of
 
prayer requests by name and
 
need each and every year.

Recent Outreach Ministries Stories

Another way God uses communities to remind service men and women that they are not forgotten!

by Edie Melson

To better cope with deployment, take care of yourself while your soldier is away. 

by Edie Melson

It's only in the middle of a conflict do you get the information you need to succeed.

by Edie Melson

Dori's daughter Elizabeth with her Guideposts for Kids Comfort Kit

This was her daughter’s third time in the hospital, and she wasn’t sure she could bear it.

by Dori Sharp
, Aurora, Missouri

A family dog offers insights into how God walks beside us, step by step.

by Edie Melson

For military families–or all families–moving can be God's training tool for learning to embrace change.

by Edie Melson

Learn the difference between forcing good times and just letting them happen by becoming an opportunity maker.

by Edie Melson

Dr. Norman Vincent Peale called it cultivating the "merry heart." So how so we develop the happiness habit?

by Katie Allen Berlandi

How God’s Word was the life preserver that rescued me from an ocean of fear.

by Edie Melson

When someone you love is deployed, the nights may be long, but sometimes it's the daylight hours you have to watch out for.

by Edie Melson

Jason (right) with his wife, Jennifer

Guideposts Outreach distributes thousands of free issues every year. Here’s one life the program really changed

by Jason Liu
, Mandeville, Louisiana

Military family financial advisor Ellie Kay

Here's a continuing list of financial and legal actions to take to protect you and your family before deployment. 

by Edie Melson

Eventually I stopped fighting back and began to listen to what our son had to say. He won me over with these simple words...

by Edie Melson

Military family financial advisor Ellie Kay

Before deployment, whether you are married or single, it’s important to take care of business before leaving the U.S. It will make all the difference for family members back home.

 

     
    by Edie Melson

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