Power of a Pup
For the first time in 52 years of marriage, we truly had an empty nest. No kids, no dog and no patience with each other
A Test of Faith
GUIDEPOSTS celebrates its seventy-fifth anniversary this year.
The hardest assignment for this military wife— starting over
A spirit of power
As a journalist Tamron Hall knows sometimes the hardest story is the one you have to tell
Everyday Greatness: Maria Rose Belding
Her high-tech innovation is helping feed the hungry
The Help I Needed
I was one year sober and ready for a relationship. That’s what I told my sponsor. She had other ideas
Our Hanukkah Tree
A Jewish daughter searches for the perfect giftfor her Christian mother
Our Christmas Puppy
“I’ll never be able to love another dog,” my husband said. Somehow I knew better
In the first installment of our new series, longtime contributor Roberta Messner explains how pain and illness can isolate and how she overcame that loneliness
Love & Care
When I was laid off, I assumed I’d find another job. Little did I know what that job would be
Healing After Hate
She lost her mother to the Charleston church shooter. Would she lose her faith too?
Back when Fred and I were music majors and sweethearts, I never could have dreamed that someday there would be a movie about him
A Message Of Hope
For two years, Guideposts has told stories from the front lines of the addiction crisis. Here’s the most important thing we’ve learned
Something To Be Thankful For
God’s timing is always perfect, right?
I'll Be There
Kate Mulgrew has played some demanding roles. But her toughest came when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s
“I've Walked Through This Kind Of Firestorm”
As an Army psychologist, I was at Fort Hood in 2009 when a mass shooting occurred. Ten years later, I was a police psychologist in Dayton when nine people were gunned down. My specialty: PTSD
The Man I Knew
The trucks, our combines, our toolbars, his favorite Cat tractor. All of it to be sold
No Laughing Matter
I didn’t have time for a brain tumor. I had five kids!
Animals and Healing – 'We Need A Dog!'
Wesley was two when we got the diagnosis. I wasn’t sure how God expected me to help him
Cynthia Erivo On Being Harriet - 'It Was The Role I Was Born To Play'
It was the role I was born to play
She Wasn't Happy About Retirement. But The Alternative Seemed Crazy
I wasn’t really thrilled with retirement. I wasn’t thrilled about coming out of it either
She Was Angry At Every Cigarette She'd Ever Smoked, But She Was More Angry At God
I was a medical missionary for 25 years. I’d served God faithfully. How could he let this happen to me?
One Gambler's Story
We spend billions of dollars a year dealing with it. We don’t spend nearly enough time talking about it
Recovering From Gambling And Other Behavioral Addictions
RYAN HANSON Executive Director Caron Renaissance Florida
My husband’s competitive drive drove us apart. After his brain hemorrhage, it brought us together
La Sagrada Familia
Architect Antoni Gaudí died destitute after devoting his life to the completion of his masterpiece, “the people’s cathedral” in Barcelona. We are all richer for it, writes this author
MEET THE PEOPLE IN OUR PAGES
How you help us help kids in need
Tell No One
For 25 years, I’d tried to forget the most traumatic day of my life.
We're Like Sisters. We Laugh Together. We Cry Together. We Talk Every Day
The attacks of September 11, 2001, claimed the life of my fiancé, Dennis Mojica, a 50-year-old lieutenant at FDNY Rescue 1, a fire station in Manhattan.