Inspiration

Setting your own pace
Life Advice

How to Set the Perfect Pace for a Positive Lifestyle

Why quitting the comparison game is important for moving at your own speed.

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Helping pick up trash in a park
Life Advice

Why You Should Never Give Up on Doing Good

Doing a good deed may not change the world, but it can change you.

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Marine veteran and long-distance runner Micah Herndon
Military Outreach Stories

Micah Herndon on Training for the New York City Marathon

Marine veteran and long-distance runner Micah Herndon shares how he is preparing to compete in his first New York City marathon on November 3, 2019.

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Prayers for an elderly mom
Family Caregiving

How to Pray for an Aging Parent

Six simple prayers to lift your parents up. 

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Divine connections
Inspiring Stories

When God Connects Us in a Very Special Way

Sometimes our encounters with others are not just by chance.

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Chester Gould, creator of the comic strip Dick Tracy
Stories of Hope

Guideposts Classics: Chester Gould on the Value of Persistence

The comic strip Dick Tracy made its debut on October 4th, 1931. Here's a story his creator wrote for Guideposts in April, 1976.

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Jeannie and Jim with their kids, Marre, Jack, Michael, Patrick and Katie
Stories of Hope

Jeannie Gaffigan: Life Lessons After a Brain Tumor Diagnosis

The wife of comic Jim Gaffigan and busy mom of five changed her priorities following a health crisis.

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A black and white portrait of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Stories of Faith

7 Inspiring Quotes from Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The German pastor's words provide comfort and hope for people of faith. 

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Helping a friend
Friends

When God Picks You to Solve a Problem

It might be inconvenient. It might take time out of your day. But here’s why it’s a blessing.

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Marilyn DeLisle Strube in her classroom
Living Longer, Living Better

This Teacher Received an Education—from Her Students

A college professor is called out of retirement to teach middle schoolers, but who has more to learn?

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