The Legacy of Flight 93
An Army officer remembers his cousin Rich Guadagno and the other 39 heroes who died in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, on September 11
After two divorces, did I really know what I wanted in a relationship? Did I even know who I needed to be?
“God Will Bless Your Business
George Turner was sure the pandemic would spell the end of his struggling bike shop. His pastor had other ideas
The 46th Peak
We decided to do this last hike of the challenge together. Partway down, I heard my husband scream
Challenge Yourself to...Connect More!
Eager to emerge from the loneliness of lockdown and socialize again? We’ve put together a list of 15 challenges for reconnecting with the people you care about—and making new friends too. Focus on a few activities, or pick one each day to try over the next two months. Pay attention to how your relationships flourish!
Reason for Hope
I feared my son would never get off drugs. Until an art class changed my heart
He was the dog I always wanted. But he came with baggage, a little like me
ALONE WITH MY FAITH
The pandemic left a lot of us feeling isolated. Including me. But it opened the door to something deeper in my music and in my soul
How two strangers found friendship and healing as they came to terms with the legacy of slavery
70 Years of Hope & Inspiration
Elizabeth Sherrill’s life as a writer has been a journey of the soul, a journey that also became the very soul of Guideposts magazine
The Pastor's Wife
Her perfect family life wasn’t turning out so perfect
It started out as a favor. It became a burden. How could I learn to say no?
To the stars
Like father, like daughter. This pioneering space shuttle astronaut always looked up to her war-hero dad. The inspiring lessons he taught her
The Rewards of Caregiving
Three family caregivers share their most important spiritual takeaways
The Art of the Apology
Feel good about saying you’re sorry
The Most Powerful Words
Depression affects 16 million Americans. And I’m one of them. Here’s what I’ve learned
Speak My Word!
The whole house shook. The windows rattled as if they’d give way any second. Then I heard a command
Our Trip to Branson
“Whether I live or die, I know I’ll be okay,” my best friend said. What I wondered, though, was, would I?
My Old School
Why was I the only one who cared about my son’s graduation ceremony?
All in Good Time
Meet Ruth Logan Herne, an author in Guideposts’ new mystery series, Miracles & Mysteries of Mercy Hospital
My husband gave me a sledgehammer for my birthday. Yes, a sledgehammer. Turns out, it was exactly what I needed
The Language of Love
I could no longer communicate with my husband. But someone could…
Q&A Nikki DeLoach
Her Hallmark movies end happily ever after. How this actress finds hope in the real-life story of her father’s dementia
“Put It on the List”
I went over everything Alex needed to do while I was away. Burp the pickles. Water the plants. Drain the compost. All he said was…
She had seen him through some difficult times. Could he help see her through the pandemic?
The Dreams We Shared
Was there any way I could bridge the gap between my daughter and me?
In the Moment
I’ve cared for my husband for nine years. Here are the five most important things I’ve learned
Hope in the Heartland
Amid the struggles of rural America, a lifelong farmer sees signs of renewal
Forgetting to Remember
Forgetting to Remember
A Wretch Like Me?
After years of drug abuse, I finally got sober. I had no idea what God had in store for me