Edward Grinnan

Edward Grinnan

Edward's Feed

Edward Grinnan, editor-in-chief of Guideposts

When Dying Is Taboo

Suicide is the loss of love, maybe even the failure of love.

Continue Reading
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

When Compassion Rules the Day

With fear mounting around the Ebola outbreak, the virus of exclusion can be as deadly as any.

Continue Reading
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

Chance Encounter?

When did you first discover Guideposts? For editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan, it was just in time.

Continue Reading
Edward Grinnan and his dog Millie

A Love Like Millie's

How to help the homeless? Change them? Or change ourselves? One dog shows the way.

Continue Reading
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

A Faith-Filled Response to a National Crisis

Countries may rightfully have borders, but Christ’s love does not.

Continue Reading
detroit tiger pencils that were a gift

Midsummer Classics and Love That Never Dies

Watching baseball's All-Star game with a special gift

Continue Reading
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

Soccer Is Boring

Once again this World Cup I have tried to get excited about soccer (don't call it football). I still prefer to watch paint dry.

Continue Reading
Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Van Varner with Edward Grinnan

Go Chrome!

If it wasn’t for horse racing–and Van Varner–I never would have come to Guideposts.

Continue Reading
Guideposts editor-in-chief Edward Grinnan and his dog, Millie

Why Mom Didn't Really Care About Mother's Day

It was a spiritual act, a practice of humility, a way for my mother to say that even in our humblest choices we can honor God.

Continue Reading
Millie leading Guideposts editor in chief Edward Grinnan up Squaw Peak Trail

My Gratitude List

Today I am grateful for the crisp bright May morning when the sun cuts the spring chill.

Continue Reading