Faith

Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan
Stories of Faith

Easter Greetings

Holy Thursday marks the night of the Last Supper, and I always remember the day I visited Leonardo’s famous fresco in the little convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan...

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Powerful Six-Word Bible Prayers
Quotes & Verses

Powerful Six-Word Bible Prayers

The simplest prayers can sometimes be the most powerful.

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Psalm 95: Sing for Joy to the Lord
Psalms

Psalm 95: Sing for Joy to the Lord

Celebrate your faith journey! Rejoice and praise God in the words of Psalm 95, which delivers an uplifting message of thanksgiving.

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan
Stories of Faith

Faith, Sacrifice, Spiritual Journeys and the Oscars

Finding inspiration in the faith journeys described in two classic movies.

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A Little Something Special for Lent
Inspiring Stories

A Little Something Special for Lent

You have more to offer God this Lent than you might think.

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Mysterious Ways blogger Adam Hunter
Inspiration

Is True Love a Reason to Break a Vow?

How a former monk and a former nun broke their vows, but kept the faith.

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Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan
Stories of Faith

Relapse Redux

I know firsthand how Josh Hamilton must feel today and how important it is for him to hold fast to his faith and his sobriety.

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Stories of Hope blogger David Morris
Stories of Hope

"Heaven Is for Real"

How are we changed by reading a story that seems to lift the veil of our everyday world? Does a vision of a heavenly future bring us hope to live out our faith in the present?

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Cover of Guideposts Book "The Loom," by Shella Gillus
Inspiring Stories

Inspiring Guideposts Book Nominated for NAACP Award

The Loom tells a moving story of faith and freedom based on a true, mostly forgotten element of American history.

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Stories of Hope blogger David Morris
Stories of Faith

Faith on the Inside

I sometimes wonder about the books we publish: Do we create content that helps us keep our faith the same, just as it was, at the expense of others who have yet to find a vibrant walk with God?

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