Norman Vincent Peale

Norman Vincent Peale, author, minister, and founder of Guideposts, was a champion of the power of positive thinking, and he continues to inspire new generations with his legacy of inspiration and optimism.
Rick and his New York neighbor, Pamela
Power of Prayer

Praying for a Neighbor in Need

Rick Hamlin reminds us that when we pray for a stranger, they become a friend.

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An illustration of a plane leaving a heart-shaped smoke trail
Positive Thinking

Pass It On: Earning Her Wings

A trip to see her family was put off when she saw the chance to help a wounded soldier.

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An artist's rendering of a dog and cat with empty food bowls.
Dogs

Pass It On: Free Kibble!

She found a way to help care for dogs and cats in shelters, one bit of kibble at a time.

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Palm trees covered with snow
God's Grace

Heaven's Music: White Christmas

With her father gone, she longed for a white Christmas—but in Southern California?

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A semi truck barrels down the highway.
Power of Prayer

What Prayer Can Do: Early Warning

It soon became clear why she experienced a sudden impulse to pray for protection.

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Jan Dunlap with Gracie
Dogs

Saved by Gracie

She didn’t need anything else to worry about. Especially a dog—or so she thought.

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Bobby Henline in Iraq, before he was injured.
How We Help

Meet the Situation and Mind Changers

Making a difference in the lives they touch

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Man with arms outstretch at sundown.
Bible Resources

How Abundant Is Your Life?

Scriptures and faith tips from Norman Vincent Peale to help you live a prosperous life.

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DeVon Franklin poses with the landmark Hollywood sign behind him.
Movies and TV

DeVon Franklin on Greenlighting Faith

This movie producer achieved success not on his own terms, but on God's.

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Josh Sundquist
Managing Life Changes

Advice to My Younger Self

He had tried to be upbeat about his disability. Then one day nothing seemed funny.

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