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Devotional writer, Julia Attaway

Julia Attaway ponders her devotional life and asks, "Do I know God better than I did a decade ago?"

by Julia Attaway
, New York, New York

Three of Mark Coxson's jet-skiing buddies

Jetskiing buddies who jet ski band together to raise money for charity.

by Mark Coxson
, Belmar, New Jersey

Mysterious Ways icon: An open windown revealing clouds and blue sky

A struggling mother of three receives a quick and unexpected answer to her prayer.

by Christy Caldwell
, Nazareth, Kentucky

An artist's rendering of a cat

A puss named Patches enjoys an unlikely reunion with a young boy.

by Tarn Wilson
, Sunnyvale, California

An artist's rendering of an iPod

A woman's faith is restored when she finds her missing iPod with an assist from above.

by Audrey Razgaitis
, Montclair, New Jersey

Remembering three inspiring people, and the effect they’ve had on my life—and all our lives.

by Edward Grinnan

Andrea enjoys a ride on a swing with her father, Warren, assisting.

A specially designed amusement park proves a blessing to kids who are too often left out.

by Sheryl Smith-Rodgers
, Blanco, Texas

bride and groom wedding cake figurines

Grandma made a startling prediction about my sister's husband-to-be ...

by Sami Austin


On Passover and Easter, we repay God's love with song...

by Adam Hunter

Ray Bradbury

Author Ray Bradbury is always giving his readers surprises. How he came to be a writer is one of them.

by Ray Bradbury


An easter basket filled with colorful candy eggs

A sweet surprise in the right place at the right time...

by Harry Hills
, Sacramento, California

Guideposts for Kids Comfort Kits logo

Pastoral professionals talk about how Guideposts Comfort Kits help sick children.


Stickers from a Guideposts Comfort Kit for Kids

Donna Young talks about the impact that Guideposts Comfort Kits have on children.


A baseball in the grass is an answered prayer.

I wanted this weekend to be a time for our kids to feel special, especially Lauren, our middle child. But nothing was going right for her.

by Barry Woods
, Summerville, Georgia

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