Guideposts.org Wins National Award

The redesigned website has won industry recognition


- Posted on Nov 1, 2017

Guideposts.org Wins National Award

Guideposts.org has won a MIN 2017 Editorial and Design award! The website won in the Design category, for best Website Redesign.

The website was redesigned this year with users in mind—to help site visitors find the original, inspirational content they want easily, whether it’s inspirational stories or celebrity interviews or faith and prayer.

The new Guideposts.org homepage features several lead stories, where users can enjoy original interviews with celebrities like Kristin Chenoweth and Devon Franklin. And authors like Jen Hatmaker and Debbie Macomber as well as practical advice for positive living.

Featured prominently on the new site are inspirational stories, and special content our readers love, like their favorite recipes and stories about beloved pets.

The redesign of the site was also an opportunity to launch new features to meet the needs of users, who often submit prayer requests.

One of these features is the new Help for Every Need section.  The section offers prayers, devotions, and Bible verses specifically designed to meet the needs of users, whether they are coping with anxiety, or looking for hope or healing.

The new site also includes some content from beloved Guideposts devotional books like, Daily Guideposts and Mornings with Jesus.

In addition to the website, Guideposts maintains a vibrant digital community with the Guideposts Facebook page, which has more than 450,000 followers and the OurPrayer Facebook page with more than 1.6 million followers.

About Guideposts:

Guideposts is a non-profit organization that inspires the world to believe anything is possible with hope, faith and prayer. Through magazines, books, prayer networks and robust outreach programs, Guideposts reaches people in their time of need, with timely and timeless messages of hope, reassurance and faith.  For more information on Guideposts, please visit www.guideposts.org and follow Guideposts on Twitter, and Instagram.

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