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Elizabeth and John Sherrill
Power of Prayer

Prayers for Elizabeth Sherrill

With her husband John Sherrill, this husband and wife writing team helped turn a little magazine called Guideposts into a spiritual powerhouse.

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Three flower pots representing three stages of growth.
Addiction and Recovery

He Didn't Fit the Stereotype of Someone with an Addiction

He is the son of renowned journalist Bill Moyers, and was a successful journalist himself, but he had to face the facts of his own addiction to recover.

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5 Ways to Help Seniors Embrace Technology
Aging Parents

5 Ways to Help Seniors Embrace Technology

Follow these practical tips to help seniors use technology to stay connected to family and friends.

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How a Caregiver Found Surprising Support on Facebook
Stories of Hope for Caregivers

How a Caregiver Found Surprising Support on Facebook

Taking care of her husband after surgery sometimes felt overwhelming, but she found help in an unexpected place.

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Musician John Legend on the set of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Movies and TV

Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert

John Legend and Sara Bareilles share how faith influenced their starring roles as Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

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Waiting at the doctor's office
God's Grace

A Little Sign in the Waiting Room

A surprising but familiar sight comforts an anxious Guideposts editor at the doctor's office.

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A red rose rests on a closed Bible.
Power of Prayer

A Sign of Answered Prayer

The landlady's prayer advice helped this family save their store.

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Guideposts.org Wins National Award
Guideposts News

Guideposts.org Wins National Award

The redesigned website has won industry recognition

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Smoke and the Base Operations Section Marines at Camp al Taqqadum in Iraq
Service Animals

Bringing Smoke Home

Marines never leave anyone behind. Not even a donkey.

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