Recovery

Everyone suffers, whether it's from illness, emotional distress, or addiction. Recovery is the place of healing where you can come back to a state of wholeness.
People celebrating 100,000 comfort kits given out
Comfort Kits

An Inspiring Milestone for Guideposts Outreach

Join us in celebrating the distribution of 100,000+ Comfort Kits to hospitalized children!

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Daily Devotionals blogger Julia Attaway
How to Pray

The Faithful Choice

I suddenly noticed how different my prayers were, simply because I had no choice but to be there...

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Life after Death blogger Trudy Harris, Praying hard near death
Power of Prayer

"I Have Been Praying Hard for So Long..."

As she struggled to believe what was happening, Jesus walked over and placed his hands on top of hers.

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Caring for the Caregivers
Caregiver Stress

Caring for the Caregivers

Elizabeth Dole encourages us all to support those who care for returning veterans.

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Sue Gray with some of her students
Finding Life Purpose

Inspired to Provide Spiritual Nourishment

It was the challenge she'd been waiting for. But could she do it?

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan and Comfort Kits' Sparkle
Comfort Kits

Comfort in a Box: 100,000 and Counting

What I needed was comfort. I knew everyone was praying for me but something more tangible would have helped...

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Praying for Her Son's Sobriety
Addiction and Recovery

Praying for Her Son's Sobriety

She always relied on faith. But when it came to her drug-addicted son, was it enough?

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Delilah Has Love to Spare
Addiction and Recovery

Delilah Has Love to Spare

The popular radio personality has known many heartaches—a troubled childhood, crippling addictions. Find out how she triumphed.

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Kim Carpenter and his wife, Krickitt
Marriage

Memories Are Erased but Love Remains

A husband shares the amazing real-life love story told in the movie The Vow.

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Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
Addiction and Recovery

Is A.A. for Alcoholics Only?

In this story from 1947, Bill Wilson, cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous, looks at how that group's principles apply to all.

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