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Guideposts Classics: Ed Asner on a Role That Changed His Life
God's Grace

A Classic Story from Ed Asner on His 90th Birthday

In this story from October 1979, actor Edward Asner shares how his faith came to impact his work.

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Shawnelle and her son enjoy the first snow of the season.
Family

Unexpected Joy

First snow. And an invitation to play outside with her boys will not last forever...

 

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An artist's rendering of a Christmas tree decorated with angel ornaments
God's Grace

The Prodigal Daughter

A young woman, gone far astray, wonders if her family would ever take her back.

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Phyllis Tickle's The Divine Hours offers prayer throughout the day.
How to Pray

Pray the Hours

Phyllis Tickle's The Divine Hours plants the seeds of prayer language anytime, anywhere.

 

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Shannon Gurley O’Donnell enjoys a cup of tea.
Positive Thinking

Counting Her Blessings

A sleepless night is made tolerable by reminding herself how rich and full her life is.

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An artist's rendering of a family gathered at a candlelight service
Work Life

A Glowing Reunion

The four of them looked like a complete family. Was there was a place for her anymore?

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An artist's rendering of a piano and bench. An angel's feather is on the bench.
Emotional and Mental Health

Grace Note

It's said that music is the language of angels; here's a story that proves it.

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Live Laugh Love
Emotional and Mental Health

Live, Laugh, Love: A Domestic Violence Survivor’s Brave Mantra

These three words remind one woman of what a healthy, happy life should be.

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Trees with their autumn leaves
Positive Thinking

Taking In the Season

Fallits colder winds and shorter days contain the seeds of hope. 

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Erika Bentsen with an equine friend
Angels

A Rancher's Humble Prayer

No strangers to struggle, these ranchers didn’t know how they’d make it to Christmas.

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