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Nancy Gibbs
Managing Life Changes

What Prayer Can Do: Love Never Gets Old

A grandmother finds her smartphone is the ideal way to stay in touch with her grandkids.

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

Unexpected Inspiration

At first, the details of this story struck me as likely fabricated. But a little more digging revealed an intriguing, mysterious twist...

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Artist's rendering of cell phone tower

Mysterious Ways: Divine Dialing

A brother and sister are reunited via telephone—but who called whom?

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Bill Murray and Andi MacDowell in Groundhog Day
Movies and TV

Reel Inspiration

The film Groundhog Day helps a writer begin to appreciate the blessings in his life.

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Garry Zalesky poses with his restored table.
Managing Life Changes

A Miraculous Makeover

He quickly came to realize that the discarded table wasn’t the only thing in need of restoring.

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The driftwood heart Nancy found at the lake where she and Jim vacationed
Coping With Grief

A Heart-Shaped Sign of a Champion

He was the love of her life. How could she go on without him?

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Christina Schofield and her husband, Allen
Managing Life Changes

By Faith Alone

She begged God to let her husband walk again, but a different kind of healing was at hand.

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Guideposts executive editor Rick Hamlin
Power of Prayer

What Prayer Can Do: I Am Loved

Guideposts' executive editor recalls how prayer helped him say goodbye to his father.

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Denise Allen
Coping With Illness

The Bible Study Cure

Why, after three years of sobriety, was she still depressed?

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Coach Rousseau offers guidance to one of her Pepperdine players.
Positive Thinking

Game-planning for a Successful Life

What a championship women’s basketball coach learned on and off the hardwood.

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