Death

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.
Jan Thomas at the football field named after her late husband
Positive Living

One Simple Step Toward Forgiveness

How could she face the family of the young man who murdered her husband?

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Life after Death blogger Trudy Harris
Friends

Those Friends You Never Forget

When you are raising children, you realize just how important some people are to them...

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Life after Death blogger Trudy Harris
Life After Death

God's Love and God's Plan

Robin was nearing death and wanted to talk about love before he went on to heaven.

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Life after Death blogger Trudy Harris
Life After Death

God Is in Every Moment

Despite her dementia, the day before her death she finally recognized her daughter once again.

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A single gray cloud in an otherwise blue sky
Life After Death

Mysterious Ways: Showered with Love

A brief rainstorm assures a wife that her departed husband is there for her.

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Life after Death blogger Trudy Harris
Life After Death

Knowing God's Peace at the End

He was beginning to decline, but he had a peace about him that showed he had come to know God...

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Kathryn Slattery
Emotional and Mental Health

Important Things: September 11, 2001

A Guideposts editor recalls the lessons learned on the morning of September 11, 2001.

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A server's tray with a lone glass of ginger ale on it
Life After Death

An Angelic Ginger Ale

Pop Pop was gone, but his presence was still felt—in the form of his favorite soda.

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Chess pieces on chess board
Adult Children

Chess Provides the Healing Bond

The game that brought a father and son closer together.

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Cover for Simon and Garfunkel's album Bridge Over Troubled Waters
Managing Life Changes

A Heavenly Bridge Between Mother and Daughter

Her departed parent's favorite song reminds a woman that she is never alone.

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