Dennis McNicholas, who in his fifties was inspired to change his play-it-safe approach to living, shares why it's important to continue to take risks later in life.
The respected news anchor discusses why he considers the positive stories he shares under the Inspiring America banner to be a vitally important part of his job as a journalist.
In The Cowboy Way, INSP's new original series, these wranglers live by true American values of life: faith, family, and hard work. Get a sneak peek at the new show, premiering August 10.
Brandon McMillan, professional dog trainer and Emmy Award-winning host of CBS's Lucky Dog, shares how he got involved in the training of service dogs for returning veterans.
Acclaimed actor John Corbett discusses his new film, which is based on a true story about an Episcopal priest torn between the directives he's been given by the church hierarchy and the parishioners he serves.
Dottie Pratchard recalls a harrowing close call she experienced while rafting down the South Fork of the American River and the prayer that changed everything for her.
Guideposts Contributing Editor Marion Bond West and her husband, Gene, share how compiling of a pair of lists, each detailing what the other partner did to make the list-maker feel loved, helped to strengthen their marriage.
The popular actress, singer and friend to Guideposts introduces us to her new canine companion, a rescue dog named Thunder, and discusses the joy and comfort her dogs have brought her.
Olympian Tom Lough may be 75 years old, but that doesn't keep him from remaining active. Listen as he discusses his workout routine and explains how each of us can benefit from remaining active.
The acclaimed actress-singer discusses her third appearance on the cover of Guideposts, offers a thank-you to mothers everywhere, and talks about her favorite Mother's Day tradition.
To strengthen her bond with her son, Lisa Wasinger created a Minecraft quilt that combined her love of quilting and his enthusiasm for online gaming.
Actor and country music star Tim McGraw discusses how he was inspired to accept the role of Willie in the new film based on William P. Young's bestselling novel.
A woman who too often turned to sarcastic judgement of other people shares how her daughter convinced her to give up "snark" for Lent. Look for Laura's story in the March 2017 edition of Guideposts.