Child

Schuyler Ossman and a Guideposts Comfort Kit
Comfort Kits

Guideposts Outreach: Comfort Kits For Kids

Two high school seniors in Pennsylvania work with first responders to bring a bit of joy to traumatized children.

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Andy, Rachel, Wesley and Josie (from right to left)
Service Animals

How a Dog Helped Her Son with Autism

Rachel Webb Turner shares how bringing a dog into her home enabled her son Wesley, who has autism, to connect with the world around him.

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How a Community Comes Together to Entertain Housebound Boy
People Helping People

How a Community Comes Together to Entertain Housebound Boy

Three-year-old Quinn can’t have any physical contact with the outside world, yet meets new friends daily⁠—through his window.

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Shawnelle Eliasen with her sons
Teenagers

The Best Life Advice from Mom

Be excellent, stand tall and have faith—Shawnelle Eliasen's five boys share the best piece of advice they each received from their mom.

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Eric Guel
God's Grace

Could His Vision of Having a Daughter Come True?

He saw an image of himself as a father a decade before he married, but wondered if it was just his imagination.

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A Comfort Kit from Guideposts
Comfort Kits

How Comfort Kits Bring Smiles to Kids' Faces

These boxes are designed to bring hope, inspiration—and a sticker or two—to hospitalized children.

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Children

Kids in the Kitchen: Tanya Steel, Part III

Author Tanya Steel advises parents to encourage their kids to try everything and open their palate. 

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Kids in the Kitchen: Tanya Steel, Part II
Children

Kids in the Kitchen: Tanya Steel, Part II

Cookbook author Tanya Steel reveals what her kids love to eat.

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Kids in the Kitchen: Tanya Steel, Part I
Recipes

Kids in the Kitchen: Tanya Steel, Part I

Tanya Steel shares tips for making quick, healthy meals for kids.

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Kids in the Kitchen: Nancy Piho on Eating Out
Children

Kids in the Kitchen: Nancy Piho on Eating Out

Nancy Piho gives her advice for eating at restaurants with children. 

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