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
Guideposts executive editor Rick Hamlin explores the centuries-old practice of contemplative prayer, offering practical tips that may help you enrich your own prayer life.
Enjoy this pictorial overview of Guideposts founder Dr. Norman Vincent Peale's life and career and be inspired and enlightened by a sermon he delivered in 1982 on the subject of hope.
Listen as New York City barber Michael Haar converses with Anthony Mancinelli, the world oldest barber, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Anthony, born on March 2, 1911, has been cutting hair since the age of 12.
Karen Barber shares how God guided her toward the solution to a technical problem she was experiencing with a prayer website she had been led to create.
David Stoecker, recovering addict and outreach coordinator for the Missouri Recovery Network, shares an approach to overcoming addiction that he calls "the locker room."
Former couch potato Lisa Swan recalls how she began a more active life, first by walking, then by running and finally working with a coach and relying on faith to undertake the ultimate challenge: The New York City Marathon.
Are you looking for a way to renew your strength in 2018? Instead of placing your hope on people or things that can disappoint you, focus on the Lord and experience outcomes that exceed your expectations.
In this series of videos, New York Times bestselling author and motivational speaker Gabrielle Bernstein discusses miracles, divine guidance, and healing from addiction.
Listen as Eric Motley, executive vice-president of the Aspen Institute, shares how his life and career were impacted by the support, encouragement and guidance of the people of his hometown, Madison Park, Alabama.
Jan Rader, fire chief in Huntington, West Virginia, the town known as the "Overdose Capital of America," relies on faith and prayer to remain positive in the face of the opioid epidemic that has ravaged her town and the country.
We paid a visit to artist Ron Medley's Brooklyn studio to discuss the role that painting plays in his life and how he came to pick his paint brush again after years spent pursuing a career as a lawyer.