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

Lives are touched and changed every day through words of hope and strength, faith and inspiration.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

I am grateful for all that Guideposts Outreach does to soften the edges for so many–including me.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

We can all find a bit of faith, hope and love in our everyday lives if we remain open to them.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

How many reunions of soldiers and their families are taking place this holiday season?

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Edward Laurson during his time in Vietnam

A former soldier is reminded of the comfort Guideposts brought him during his stint in Vietnam.

by Edward Laurson
, Denver, Colorado

I started making a list of things people can do to put a smile on others' faces... little ways to do outreach.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

People celebrating 100,000 comfort kits given out
Join us in celebrating the distribution of 100,000+ Comfort Kits to children in hospitals across the country!

We all need inspiration, no matter who we are or what we do.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

They’re fun, faith-filled, inspirational, creative, giving people. I feel blessed for the time shared with them.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Rhonda Boreman

She was frantic with financial woes, but strangers praying on her behalf made all the difference.

by Rhonda Boreman
, Carlsbad, California

Sometimes the right words or an act of kindness can have manifold benefits.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

There is no way to be completely free of worry or stress or anxiety, but we can take control of how we respond to them.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Joe Cymerys gives a haircut to a homeless man.

"Joe the Barber," a retired real estate investor, gives the homeless haircuts for hugs.


I am grateful for reminders—like this one from my grandfather, Norman Vincent Peale—of how to fill myself up to give to others.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

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