QUOTE OF THE DAY

Always remember that dead last is better than did not finish, which is way better than did not start.

Tara Parker-Pope

New York Times health columnist

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Answered Prayers

Sarah of the Bible: When God Makes You Laugh

An example of what can happen when we open ourselves up to God's presence. 

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An artist's rendering of Jochebed from Guideposts’ Ordinary Women of the Bible
Books

New from Guideposts Books: Ordinary Women of the Bible

An inspiring new fiction series imagines the fascinating lives of the Bible’s lesser-known women, including Moses’ mother, Jochebed.

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Three Lessons of Beatitudes
Finding Life Purpose

Three Lessons of the Beatitudes

To live in the present, access peace and the many blessings available through faith—are just a few of the lessons of His teachings.

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What The Revelation says about prayer
Power of Prayer

What the Last Book in the Bible Says About Prayer

When it comes to wondering how God receives your prayers, turn to The Revelation.

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Cindy Abel
Inspiring Stories

How ‘The Power of Positive Thinking’ Shaped One Family’s Future

Cindy Abel shares the impact Dr. Norman Vincent Peale had on her father—and their entire family.

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How to Recognize Depression in Seniors

Learn the warning signs of depression and how you can offer support to your loved one.

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Positive Thinking

Positive Thinking Tips: Reboot Your Resolution

Fallen off with your New Year’s resolution? This weekend is the perfect time to start fresh.

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How to rest when you have the flu
Health and Wellness

How to Get Enough Rest When You’re Sick

It’s hard to step out of your routine for a few days, but deep rest is the fastest road to healing.

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Addiction and Recovery

Laura McKowen on the ‘Magic’ of Sobriety

The ‘We Are the Luckiest’ author shares how faith and a new perspective helped her recover from alcohol abuse.

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Addiction and Recovery

The Angel in the Woods That Saved Her Son from Addiction

Alcohol and drugs had taken her son from her so often that she doubted that he’d ever get sober.

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A black and white portrait of a senior veteran in a park.
Addiction and Recovery

A Chance Encounter Kept Him Sober

For 30 years he had tried to drink away his memories of Vietnam. But there was only one thing he didn’t want to forget.

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Earl Smith brought healing and forgiveness to prison at San Quentin.
Addiction and Recovery

The Powerful Story of Golden State Warriors Chaplain Earl Smith

Before he was known as chaplain of the Golden State Warriors, Earl Smith faced a wrenching challenge when he came face to face with the man who shot him.

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