Recent Thanksgiving Stories

Tricia Goyer, Mornings with Jesus author

Words of wisdom to help you leave today's worries in Jesus' capable hands.

by Tricia Goyer
, Little Rock, Arkansas

It may still be summer, but we’re ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving!

by Adam Hunter

Mornings with Jesus contributer, Susanna Foth Aughtmon

Replace your doubts and negative thoughts with the calming peace of Jesus.

by Susanna Foth Aughtmon
, Redwood City, California

Daily Guideposts contributor, Karen Barber

A woman discovers that there’s no such thing as strangers when it comes to those for whom you pray.

by Karen Barber

Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

Replace your worries with the Lord's strength with insight from this excerpt of Positive Living Day by Day.

by Norman Vincent Peale

Author Stormie Omartian

In this excerpt from The Prayer That Changes Everything, you'll discover the importance of praising God, even when your heart is discouraged.

by Stormie Omartian

It’s always a good idea to write what you’re grateful for. It’s part of the prayer process of thanksgiving.

by Rick Hamlin

woman praising God

Try these techniques from the Women's Devotional Bible to help you reap the benefits of daily prayer.

woman with arms clasped in prayer

Give your faith life a boost with these prayer techniques and tips.

by Elizabeth Peale Allen
, Pawling, New York

Devotional writer, Ashley Wiersma

Instead of resolutions, I choose a theme for the New Year.  This year my focus is thankfulness.

by Ashley Wiersma
, Monument, Colorado

Kate’s Coconut Cream Dream Pie

This delicious pie was declared the winner in a Thanksgiving Pie Bake-Off competition here in the Guideposts New York City office.

by Kate Norris
, New York, New York

It’s only fitting, writes guest blogger Diana Aydin, that as we celebrate the season of wonder, we receive surprise blessings.

by Adam Hunter

You can live without music like I suppose you can live without prayer, but why would you?

by Rick Hamlin

In this guest blog, staff editor Meg Belviso says that the only rule of the holiday is to get together with people you love...

by Colleen Hughes

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