Having courage means facing your fears, making difficult choices, and staying true to yourself and your faith at all times.
Cynthia Gandhi Dobbs
Stories of Hope

How Becoming American Helped Her Honor Her Past

Cynthia Gandhi Dobbs always felt American—until it was time for her to become a citizen. Now she wondered if she were leaving her Indian culture behind.

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5 Ways to Declutter Your Home with Joy
Life Advice

5 Ways to Declutter Your Home with Joy

Author Roberta Messner shares some of the discoveries she made while clearing out her space

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Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson

Guideposts Classics: Jackie Robinson on Facing Challenges

In this story from August 1948, Hall of Famer and American hero Jackie Robinson recalls the challenges he faced in breaking baseball's color barrier.

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Author Sarah Arthur
Living With Cancer

4 Things Madeleine L'Engle Taught This Author About Cancer

Sarah Arthur found comfort in the author's words as she went through cancer treatment. 

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Growing in faith

Can My Faith Evolve?

How exploration of our beliefs can lead to deeper faith. 

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How to keep your routine and overcome loneliness
Living Longer, Living Better

5 Ways to Overcome Loneliness

Keeping a daily routine and helping others are just a few ways to find comfort and strength as you get older

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Embracing difficult times
Stories of Hope

Embracing the Difficult Path

Finding meaning in the everyday struggles of life. 

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Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph Abernathy (far right) and unidentified men sing in a Selma, Alabama church.
Stories of Faith

Martin Luther King’s Favorite Hymn

Singing words of comfort for those who suffer

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