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Recent Friendship Stories

Happy are those who are thankful! A happy heart is a joyful heart.

by Rev. Pablo R. Diaz, D.Min

Make every situation of daily life–or as many as possible–an occasion for praising God.

by Bob Hostetler

Michelle Mahnke poses with a platter of her Christmas Cut-Out Cookies.

She was 22 and far from home. How would the holiday spirit ever find her there?

by Michelle Mahnke
, Marine on St. Croix, Minnesota

A bathroom door sign reading Friends with two female stick figures holding hands

Weak from cancer treatment, she relied on her best friend, and Patti always came through.

by Cathy Mogus
, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada

Mrs. Laird (center) and some of her former fourth-grade students reunite.

“Imagine how you would feel, alone in a country where you don’t have family or friends,” she said to her class.

by Johnna Laird
, Fremont, California

For one, miracles are dynamic and ongoing, not unlike our own spiritual journeys.

by Diana Aydin

A miracle is God’s connection with us that ripples outward, in ever-widening circles.

by Diana Aydin

Jon Woodhams, Editor, Guideposts Books

Discover how this heartwarming Guideposts fiction collection came to life.

by Jon Woodhams, Editor, Guideposts Books

Miracles range from the everyday to the thunderbolt variety. Here are some examples.

by Diana Aydin

The cues are out there, here's how to look beyond the expected and share the wonder with others.

by Diana Aydin

The Miracle Chasers share what they've learned during a 10-year quest.

by Diana Aydin

Frank Burke pitches for San Francisco Giants during the World Series

Frank Burke gave back the home-run ball that put the San Francisco Giants in the World Series but he got something even more special in return.

by Lisa Swan
, Staten Island, NY

Guest blogger Ginger Harrington on one of the hardest, but best, parts of military life.

by Edie Melson

Karen (left) and Sharon in their new glasses

The unique (and expensive) glasses that changed these twins’ lives, and the ladies whose generosity made it happen.

by Karen Young
, Swansboro, North Carolina

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