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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 
millions of inspirational
 publications free to 
the military,
nursing  homes, prisons, a
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

The room was full of positive energy—the energy of joy, of excitement, of community...

by Katie Allen Berlandi

We can all play a part in reaching out to one another, sharing a kind word or gesture.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Elizabeth Laird hugs returning soldiers at Fort Hood.

In more than ten years, Elizabeth Laird has hugged more than 500,000 soldiers deploying and homecoming in Fort Hood.

I feel so fortunate that my 4 1/2-year-old son has so many opportunities to see outreach in action.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Shannon Sonnhalter

A child-life specialist at a Cleveland hospital shares how Comfort Kits from Guideposts Outreach give sick children–and their families–hope.

by Shannon Sonnhalter
, Cleveland, Ohio

May we all have the conviction of those running in the Boston Marathon as we reach out to help our country heal.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Krista Campbell wearing her MIA bracelet

A woman, a bracelet and an airman missing for almost 50 years.

by Krista Campbell
, Old Town, Florida

Through our Military Outreach program, we hope we can inspire our soldiers as they inspire us.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

A woman's hands at a laptop keyboard, logging into OurPrayer.org

She never knew how much her prayers meant until she needed the prayers of others.

by Janelle Spooner
, Keeseville, New York

Nothing made sense that day. All I could do was comfort my children—and pray.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Colonel Greg Gadson

Thousands of our returning soldiers face incredible adversity. Meet one who found a way to grow strong in it.

by Colonel Greg Gadson
, Fort Belvoir, Virginia

However you define it, outreach involves extending ourselves, our talents, our resources, to help others.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Grandma and Grandpa, Norman Vincent Peale and Ruth Stafford Peale, would’ve been thrilled about another way to share hope, faith and inspiration.

by Katie Allen Berlandi

Savannah Madison Ogden

An 11-year-old Florida girl is inspired to launch a campaign that encourages children to write to soldiers stationed abroad.

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