QUOTE OF THE DAY

Think about the comfortable feeling you have as you open your front door. That's but a hint of what we'll feel some day on arriving at the place our Father has lovingly and personally prepared for us in heaven.

Charles Stanley, pastor and founder of In Touch Ministries

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Positive Living

How Birdwatching Can Benefit Our Health

Look around and listen up to let your health and well-being take flight.

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Movies and TV

13 Exciting New Movies to Stream on Netflix this Summer

Battling robots, finding hidden treasure, discovering forgotten love letters; there’s a film for everyone in the family this season.

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Recipes

How to Prune Herb Plants to Feed You All Summer Long

Fresh herbs are a summer joy. Keep yours busy and bushy all season long with these easy techniques.

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Aging Parents

5 Ways to Give Back on Father’s Day

Whether you’re celebrating the day as your dad’s caregiver, or honoring his memory, consider these special ways to return and share his love.

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Why Our Memories Are So Important to Us

An overwhelming response from Guideposts readers about how we remember, how we forget and the enduring presence of God

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Adult Children

A Father's Unexpected Advice on Parenting

He was certain that his approach to parenting differed greatly from his father's, but they were more alike than he knew.

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Exercise

How to Avoid Exercise Burnout

Changing the way you think about exercising can be the key to making it a permanent part of your daily routine.

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Travel

Greetings from Small-Town America: Casey, Illinois

From a giant mailbox to an oversized wind chime, this little Midwestern town has twelve things that are the largest in the world.

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Positive Living

The Art of the Apology

Take responsibility, be real, and other tips to turn saying “I’m sorry” into a meaningful conversation.

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Stories of Faith

Was She Suited to Be a Pastor's Wife?

She finally had the family she had always prayed for. Why wasn't she content?

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Emotional and Mental Health

How Singer Michelle Williams Copes with Depression and Finds Joy

The Grammy-winning artist outlines five actions that helped her cope during tough times.

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Addiction and Recovery

Faith Fueled Her Recovery from Opioid Addiction

Hospitalized after a serious car accident, she had to face withdrawal from the painkillers she was prescribed.

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Addiction and Recovery

A Miraculous Release from Alcohol Addiction

After reading a certain Psalm over and over, he began a new life journey to overcome his addiction.

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Addiction and Recovery

How This Teacher Helped Her Student Through Alcohol Addiction

She prayed that God would give her a student that needed what she had to give...but now she worried she was in over her head.

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Addiction and Recovery

Rev. Pablo Diaz on Hope and Recovery

The Reverend Pablo Diaz addresses addiction, its effect on communities and the role hope can play in overcoming it.

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