Military

Guideposts Military Outreach is dedicated to helping all branches of the Armed Forces, Veterans Administration personnel and military families achieve their maximum personal and spiritual potential.

Each year, we give more than one million copies of inspirational publications to help sustain the men and women serving our country. As more Americans risk their lives to defend freedom, dedicated U.S. Military chaplains continue to request copies of Guideposts magazine, the military-edition of Daily Guideposts, inspirational booklets and personally signed Christmas cards.

Our positive, faith-filled messages minister to those in harm’s way and provide the hope and help they need, by letting them know that they are not forgotten and by reminding them that God is with them every step they take. Your gift to support Guideposts Military Outreach will help us put the comfort and peace found in Guideposts publications into the hands of thousands of service men and women who defend our country.

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Soldiers Give the Fort Hood Hug Lady an Outpouring of Love

Elizabeth Laird, the Fort Hood Hug Lady, has made sure no soldier left for a combat zone or came home without getting a hug since 2003. Now, it's her turn to receive love. 

Guideposts Honors Veterans Awareness Month While Abroad in Portugal

While leading a Guideposts tour of Portugal, Norman Vincent Peale's daughter Maggie Peale Everett shares her experience celebrating U.S. veterans with Guideposts readers abroad.

An Inspiring Military Chaplain Spreads Hope to Our Troops

Retired Army Colonel Kenneth Sampson shares why military outreach is so important to our servicemembers. 

Guideposts Declares November "Veterans Awareness Month"

Guideposts seeks to bring national attention to the plight of US Veterans with the November cover story

Former NFL Player Keith Mitchell Uses Yoga to Help Vets with PTSD

Keith Mitchell works to empower veterans suffering with PTSD and stress using yoga and meditation.

Our Returning Troops: Vet with PTSD Comforted by Therapy Dog

Struggling with PTSD and alcohol abuse, Iraq veteran Randy Dexter was desperate for help. Could a dog named Ricochet come to his rescue?