When celebrities have true stories of hope and inspiration to tell, they tell them to Guideposts. In these stories by celebrities, in their own words, they open up about the uplifting moments that inspire them and the challenges they've overcome. Celebrity stories are not about glamour and fame. Instead, they are about real people who made their dreams come true.
A mysterious woman in his mother's beauty parlor had a premonition that he will never forget.
She was a designer; he was a woodworker. Together, the hosts of Home Town stepped out in faith to shine a spotlight on Erin’s hometown of Laurel, Mississippi.Continue reading
When life presents challenges, the popular radio host turns to her faith and her listeners for strength and comfort.Continue reading
Here's your chance to see popular radio host Delilah being photographed for her cover story in the October 2018 issue of Guideposts magazine.Continue reading
The popular radio host shares just how important Guideposts magazine has been to her and her family.Continue reading
This groundbreaking sports broadcaster learned that a relationship with her higher power helped her to navigate life's ups and downs.Continue reading
In this story from November 2002, Oscar winner Marlee Matlin shares how she refused to let her deafness prevent her from pursuing her passion for acting.Continue reading
The groundbreaking sportscaster has seen ups and downs in her life and career, but her relationship with God helps keep her feet on the ground.Continue reading
She was one of the first—and the biggest—child stars in the movies. Now, she is celebrating her 100th birthday a year after publishing her first novel.
Red Bull Supercross star Ashley Fiolek talks with host Doug Snyder about her brand new autobiography, in this episode of Inspiration Acceleration!Continue reading
Singer Amy Grant talks about her new album, "Somewhere Down the Road" and the meaning behind it.Continue reading
In this story from October 1994, the Charlie's Angels star recalls how her faith impacts her love of golf—and, occasionally, vice versa.Continue reading