Guideposts Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan's talks to Larissa Wohl and the Hallmark Channel's Home and Family crew about his love of dogs and his memoir, Always by My Side: Life Lessons from Millie and All the Dogs I've Loved.
Author Janice Thompson, a contributor to Guideposts Books' new fiction series, Mysteries of Martha's Vineyard, shares how writing the second book in the series, Like a Fish Out of Water, was a positive and inspiring experience at a difficult time in her life.
Licensed alcohol and drug counselor Mary Spaulding discusses and debunks some of the myths and misconceptions associated with addiction and recovery.
Musician, author, activist, humanitarian and CEO Justin Dillon discusses the issue of human trafficking and the efforts he has made to put a stop to it.
Listen as we speak with Dave and Deborah Beddoe, pastors who saw their lives thrown into turmoil due to Dave's addiction to painkillers.
Listen as Eric Motley, executive vice-president of the Aspen Institute, shares how his life and career were guided by his four principles of leadership.
An 85-year-old woman trying to avoid an oncoming winter storm in the Rocky Mountains makes a wrong turn and finds herself stranded for five days with her cat. Would her faith be sufficient to see her through?
Taylor Swift debuts her 2017 single "New Year's Day" for the Tonight Show audience, a performance that proved to have a special and unexpected meaning for host Jimmy Fallon. More below...
For Mother's Day, Mysterious Ways and Guideposts employees share stories, both amusing and amazing, of instances when their moms displayed mother's intuition to a heightened degree.
From the "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin to Harriet Quimby "America' First Lady of Air", here are some inspirational women throughout history that have pushed society's boundaries. For more inspirational women, check out: http://bit.ly/womenshistory2018
Katie Minter Jones, who as a child spent years in foster care, shares how she came to make an annual tradition of giving Easter baskets to kids who might not otherwise receive them.
Nurse Janice Dennis, who lost one son to opioids and saw another struggle for years with addiction, brings the lessons she learned from those experiences into the ICU.