Inspiring Stories

Lee Iacocca in 1984

Guideposts Classics: Lee Iacocca on the Blessings of Freedom

In this story from September 1985, Lee Iacocca, bestselling author and former chairman of both the Ford Motor Company and the Chrysler Corporation, recalls how his immigrant parents survived tough times through hard work and faith.

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Highland Terrace Baptist Church in Greenville, Texas, was damaged in a tornado on June 19

Teens Survive Possible Tornado in a Texas Church

The roof of Highland Terrace Baptist Church in Greenville, Texas, was ripped off in the violent storm but nobody was hurt.

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Deborah Anderson with examples of her iconography

Watch the Creation of Deborah Anderson's 'Sinai Christ'

Artist and iconographer Deborah Anderson shows the progress of a work called Sinai Christ. In explaining the eyes that appear mismatched, Deborah said, "It is to show the two natures of God, one eye looks directly at you in judgement, the other eye turns away in mercy." To see more of Deborah’s work, click here.

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K. T. and Jeannine are reunited after 75 years

World War II Sweethearts Reunited After 75 Years

K. T. Robbins returned to France to commemorate the anniversary of D-Day, not expecting to get a second chance at love. 

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‘Emanuel’ Documentary is a Moving Testament to Forgiveness

The film pays tribute to the victims of the Charleston shooting—on the fourth anniversary of the unfathomable tragedy—and their families.

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From Deborah's icon depiction of The Annunciation

She Found God's Word in Religious Icons

This artist shares the beauty of iconography and how it helped her regain her faith.

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Praise God even when you're tired

Praise God, No Matter What

Whether we are stressed, worried or overwhelmed, God asks us to love Him in the moment.

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Faith of our fathers

A Father’s Day Celebration of Faith

Great examples of love in action from fathers and father figures.

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The power of Flag Day

Flag Day and the Power of a Symbol

When we let a symbol stand for something, we honor the better parts of our human nature.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle

I Met Ernie Pyle in a Foxhole

A cowboy soldier experiences a foxhole encounter with a legendary journalist in the days following D-Day.

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A pair of tickets to a Journey concert

The Heaven-Sent Concert Tickets

Months after losing her sister to cancer, she won tickets to see their favorite band perform.

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Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains, where Douglas Scott Clark grew up

The Inspiring Tales of Douglas Scott Clark

Enjoy this collection of inspiring stories by Douglas Scott Clark.

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