When a loved one dies, sorrow and grief surround us. But your memories of happy times together survive the sadness, and your belief that death is not the end can comfort you following a loss.
Assistant editor Daniel Kessel
Coping With Illness

A Little Red Ball of Hope

Daniel Kessel shares how one reader was comforted after Robin Williams’ tragic death.

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Inside the dome of The Basilica of Saint Thérèse in Normandy, France.

The Simple Saint

A trip to France proves the power of Saint Thérèse's "little" ways.

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A 9/11 memorial in New York City.
Power of Prayer

September 11: Don’t Just Remember, Pray

It's a date that changed everything, and our prayers can unite us once again.

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Assistant Editor Dan Kessel and his brother Mark

The Book That Bonded Two Brothers

The connection between siblings goes beyond a shared childhood, Daniel Kessel reports.

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Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth
Positive Living

Guideposts Classics: Babe Ruth on the Foundation of Faith

In this story from October 1948, legendary baseball star Babe Ruth shares how his religious training impacted his life and career.

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Cam Tribolet climbs a mountain.

Cam Tribolet Learns to Live After Dying

An amazing story of a young man who overcomes death 13 times and emerges with a love of God.

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Blogger Rick Hamlin

Five Ways to Pray for Others

How to keep your ongoing prayers for others fresh and strong–from smart phones to email and Facebook, even singing!

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Sarah gives Laura a warm thank you.
Positive Living

A Mother's Final Wish Granted

A nurse plans a wedding for a couple who want to marry before the bride's mom dies. 

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Carol Ann Sullivan on her wedding day with her mom.

Mom Knows Best

How her late mother led her to a whole new family!

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Rick Hamlin and his friend Bob Fisher.

Battle Won

The war with illness is one of faith and finding hope when there is no hope, praying though pain and fear.

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