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a woman looks out of a window wondering why God allows bad things to happen

Why Does God Allow Bad Things to Happen?

Edie Melson finds comfort in God's ways being too great to understand.

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God's Creation Is Endless

Just when we think we've discovered it all, God surprises us.

Dwayne Johnson shares about his mother's battle with lung cancer - Guideposts

11 Celebrity Caregivers Share Inspiring Lessons

From action stars to bestselling authors and TV personalities, here are a few celebrity caregivers sharing encouraging words of wisdom from their own experiences. 

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Take a Spiritual Vacation: 31 Days of Praise Challenge

Let go of stress, focus on your blessings and live a life of praise.

Guideposts: Kate Bosworth, as Eva Piper, prays over her husband in a hospital scene from 90 Minutes in Heaven

Kate Bosworth's Inspiring New Film

Kate Bosworth stars in 90 Minutes in Heaven, based on the book by Don Piper, a pastor who underwent a near-death experience following a horrific automobile accident.

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4 Positive Ways You Could Be Using Social Media

Social media is the perfect place to spread positivity and encouragement. Here's how. 

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12 Prayers for Summer

Guideposts Executive Editor Rick Hamlin is sharing 12 summer prayers he's praying. 

Rick Hamlin
Elizabeth Jordan (Priscilla Shirer) is a poised and polished real estate agent with a family falling apart until she meets a client named Miss Clara.

Don't Gossip, Talk to God

Christian speaker, best-selling author and actress Priscilla Shirer shares an inspiring lesson she learned on the set of her new film, War Room

Guideposts: Thomas Alva Edison, Maya Angelou and Steve Jobs

Famous Last Words

The often mysterious last words of the dying have long captured public attention. Are they merely final utterances? Or could they possibly hold a clue to the wonder that awaits us in the hereafter?