Courage

Having courage means facing your fears, making difficult choices, and staying true to yourself and your faith at all times.
Robert G. Heft and the American flag
Positive Living

The Surprising Story Behind Our Flag's Design

What started as a creative school project back in the late 1950s for 17-year-old Robert G. Heft ended up the nation's new flag—and a truly inspiring story.

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Running for her coach
Sports

Teenage Athlete Crawls to Victory

Holland Reynolds, 16, was determined to win for her dying coach. Even if she had to cross the finish line on her hands and knees.

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young woman looking out a window hopefully
Positive Thinking

How to Turn Your Goals into Habits

Follow these steps to make big changes and turn your life around.

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Life After Death

Messages from the Afterlife: St. Stephen's Angel

Little did they know that they were visited by an angel who bore a message from heaven.

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Meb Keflezighi
Sports

Meb Keflezighi Keeps Running Towards Success

Olympic marathon runner Meb Keflezighi shares his inspiring story of achieving the American dream.

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An artist's rendering of a man with dog watching fireworks.
Managing Life Changes

A Burst of Hope

A divorced mom faces a lonely Fourth of July. But with a little faith, she discovers a new independence.

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Man hiking
Devotions for Men

Be Courageous

A Bible devotional about God's intentions for us

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Dolley Madison, the first "First Lady"
Emotional and Mental Health

The First "First Lady"

We're celebrating Women's History Month with the inspirational story of Dolley Madison, and how she inspired a nation.

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Faith the dog
Dogs

Faith the Dog's Inspiring Life

Watch as Faith the dog entertains and inspires everyone she meets. 

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Guideposts Classics: Peggy Fleming's Toughest Competition
Emotional and Mental Health

Guideposts Classics: Peggy Fleming's Toughest Competition

In this story from December 1969, Olympic figure skating champion Peggy Fleming shares a lesson she learned the hard way.

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