Stories Of Hope

      Guideposts co-founder and best-selling author Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
      once turned around the old saying, “Where there is life there is hope,”
      to “Where there is hope there is life.” Why did he do this? Because, as
      he put it, “You’re never beaten down as long as you have hope.”

      The real-life stories of hope here show how individuals in desperate
      straits 
clung to a glimmer of hope and were richly rewarded. Read on
      and discover the message 
of hope in these truly inspiring stories.

 

 

 

 

 

Recent Stories of Hope

If you're looking for some hope and inspiration, I’m excited to recommend a book that can help just about anyone: 25 Books Every Christian Should Read.

by David Morris

Matthew West

Singer-songwriter Matthew West shares the behind-the-scenes stories of two of his songs on his latest CD, The Heart of Christmas.


Some books stay around for decades. But why haven’t more books telling stories of hope and faith come along? Has God stopped doing extraordinary work in our lives?

by David Morris

I was recently reminded that sometimes I see the world through anxieties and fears, which drive me to act in ways that are anything but tender.

by David Morris

Guideposts staffers lift their voices in song to share the spirit of the season.

In this series of videos, Guideposts staffers lift their voices in song to share the spirit of the season with our readers.


If we can’t offer words of hope at the right time and place, with power and passion, then let's not say them.

by David Morris

Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan with his dog Millie

Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan discusses his book, The Promise of Hope, and tells his own inspiring story of change.


As we recover from an unusual early snowstorm, here are ten signs of hope I didn’t expect from life coming to a halt like this.

by David Morris

David Wilkerson's The Cross and the Switchblade is a classic true inspirational story and a testament to the astonishing things that can happen when you claim a bold faith.

by David Morris

Like many other people, I sometimes find reading the Bible just a bit overwhelming. But when I pick it up and chart my own way in encountering what it has to say, I find things there I never really heard before.

by David Morris

Do you ever read just to grab a factoid or catch up on celebrity gossip? Have you ever read a book just to say you read it? I know an antidote to that kind of reading.

by David Morris

Museum of Biblical Art in Manhattan

The King James Bible celebrates its 400th birthday in a unique exhibit at the Museum of Biblical Art.

by Rick Hamlin
, New York, New York

A stranger answers a woman's prayer, igniting her faith.

by Yvonne Willis
, Chesterfield, Virginia

Beth Moore on positive affirmation

Why couldn’t my husband give me the affirmation that I needed?

by Beth Moore


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