Watch as experts including C. S. Lewis and Billy Graham offer insights on Mysterious Ways magazine's latest Big Question: Do miracles still happen today as they did in Bible times?
USMC Sergeant (Ret.) Kirstie Ennis, who suffered traumatic injuries—physical, mental and emotional—during a tour of duty in Afghanistan, discusses the lengthy road she has traveled toward recovery.
Listen as ABC's Linsey Davis shares what inspired her to write a children's book, The World Is Awake: A Celebration of Everyday Blessings, and what she hopes children who read the book take away from it.
Following the birth of her first child, broadcast journalist Linsey Davis experienced anxiety so pronounced that her blood pressure rose to dangerous levels.
The founder and owner of an industrial steel processing company in Carnegie, Pennsylvania, shares how his own daughter's struggles with addiction inspired him to change his hiring process to give recovering addicts a chance at a decent job with a working wage.
USMC Sergeant (Ret.) Kirstie Ennis, who suffered significant injuries while serving in Afghanistan, shares how the loss of her left leg has inspired her to keep pushing herself by summitting the tallest peaks on all seven continents.
Listen as three Guideposts employees talk about the role of faith in their daily lives. Follow three life-long friends as they solve mysteries with the support of faith in Guideposts' newest fiction series, Secrets of Wayfarers Inn.
Melba Pattillo Beals, one of the Little Rock Nine, a group of African-American students who in 1957 enrolled at the previously all-white Little Rock Central High School, discusses her memoir of that time, I Will Not Fear.