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Your choice of entertainment can help you live a more positive life. The movies and TV you watch, books you read, sports teams you support, and music you listen to all shape the way you see the world. Each time you log on, hit the bookstore, or reach for the remote, ask yourself, what do I want to see?

The authors were told there was no interest in their devotional for women.  Now it’s sold over one million copies.

There’s a special joy to spending a warm afternoon in the shade with a book—and a set of headphones.

This bestselling Guideposts devotional centers your prayers around a specific word each day.

Alabama’s literary capital has much to offer tourists, especially if they’re fans of To Kill a Mockingbird.

She’s best known for playing a 2,000-year-old genie, but Barbara Eden, who celebrated her 91st birthday on August 23, 2022, has enjoyed a rich and varied careerand she’s still going strong!

After his own close brush with death, an author seeks to understand life after death.

Cave diver Rick Stanton—played by Viggo Mortenson in Ron Howard’s new film—shares details of the dramatic rescue in a Thai cave.

This documentarian examines the lives of five historic prophetic voices—from Reinhold Niebuhr to Howard Thurman—and shows what we can learn from them today.

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In these videos, actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth talks about her new holiday album, “Happiness Is … Christmas,” recalls her first audition and shares why Guideposts magazine holds such a special place in her heart.

Residents of Leavenworth, Washington, share what’s special about their hometown and why it attracts many thousands of visitors each year who are drawn to its Alpine atmosphere during the Christmas season.

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The Christian singer talks about his new album, working with Dolly Parton, and the moment that changed his life.

The country singer talks about finding healing after the tragic passing of her mom, Naomi Judd.

Ben E. King’s 1961 recording is a beloved pop hit, but the inspiration for the song may surprise you.

This inspiring song has long been a favorite of Beatles fans around the world, but not everyone understands its origin.

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