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.
Listen as Guideposts Executive Editor Rick Hamlin sings Johannes Olearius' inspiring hymn Comfort, Comfort Ye, My People in the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle of New York City's Times Square.
A pastor who saw his life thrown into turmoil due to his addiction to painkillers discusses the role that honesty plays in recovery and the importance of making amends.
A heart condition ended Sherry Colgin's career as a hand surgeon, but Colgin soon began to work as a swimming coach with Paralympic athletes and returning veterans.
Producer, actor and author Tyler Perry discusses his new book, in which he shares some of the spiritual lessons he's learned over the years, including the importance of family and the value of humor.
Tiera Guinn Fletcher is very accomplished, becoming a rocket engineer as part of NASA's space program at the young age of 22, but she readily acknowledges the people who helped her to achieve her dreams.
The multitalented Tyler Perry speaks with Senior Digital Editor Brooke Obie about the enduring appeal of his Madea character and the role that faith plays in his career.
We spoke to actors Gina Rodriguez, Patricia Heaton and Zachary Levi about their new animated film 'The Star,' a retelling of the Nativity story from the viewpoint of the animals.
2017 marks the 75th anniversary of the classic motion picture Casablanca, which premiered in NYC on November 26, 1942, and opened nationwide on January 23, 1943. Here are 14 things you might be surprised to learn about this beloved film.
Guideposts Senior Digital Editor Brooke Obie speaks with Denzel Washington, co-star Carmen Ejogo and screenwriter-director Dan Gilroy about their inspiring new motion picture, Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Edward Grinnan, Guideposts' Editor-in-Chief and author of The Promise of Hope, recalls his first drink and his last and discusses the difference sobriety has made in his life.
In this series of videos, surgeon and bestselling author Dr. Mary C. Neal recounts in detail the near-death experience she went through in 1999 and how it has impacted her life in the years since.
Rodney Smith Jr. uses his lawn care service to help seniors, the disabled, single mothers and veterans, while also mentoring young men and women about the importance of service to others.
Born in a Japanese internment camp, Midori Hall had long had a persistent memory that involved a trio of young boys and a cart full of fruit. But what did the memory mean?