Earth Angel

Angels walk among us every day, Earth angels who bring wisdom, love, and inspiration to our lives.
A stack of star-shaped sugar cookies with a Christmas ribbon tied around them

A Very Secret Santa

A new hire, she kept to herself at the office Christmas party until a sweet gift appeared.

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Ruby Holt on the beach for the first time

100-Year-Old Woman Gets Her 'Wish of a Lifetime'

A non-profit organization granted Ruby Holt's wish to see the ocean for the first time.

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A woman with a shopping cart full of groceries.

Thanksgiving Restored

A woman finding it difficult to feel gratitude is reminded that blessings abide, even in tough times.

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Valeria Olson, who was helped by a shopping mall angel

An Angel at the Shopping Mall

An Angels on Earth reader shares the story of a missing purse.

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Peggy Frezon's pups pose with 'Dogs to the Rescue' Book by M.R. Wells

'Dogs to the Rescue': A Devotional for Dog Lovers

M.R. Wells' latest devotional connects Bible lessons with our pets' unconditional love.

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Breast Cancer Walkers
Living With Cancer

Guideposts Celebrates Breast Cancer Survivors at Avon Walk

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hear the inspiring testimonies of people whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

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An artist's rendering of a bearded man walking a mountain road.
God's Grace

The Biker and the Hiker

She missed her chance to aid a traveling stranger. Would she get another opportunity?

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An artist's rendering of an angel holding gourds filled with purple martins

On Purple Angel's Wings

The birds returning every year to the gourds he'd made taught him a lesson about faith.

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Power of Prayer

Calling All Prayer Angels

An earth angel to others finds herself on the receiving end of the healing power of prayer.

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An artist's rendering of a winged angel tossing a salad with red lettuce

The Red Lettuce Angel

Tasked with feeding more than 50 people, she'd forgotten the salad. What to do now?

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