At 7am & 7pm
When life gives us lemons, we have two choices…let them ruin our life OR make lemonade. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam shares how sometimes an imperfect life can actually be a blessing.
Sometimes we can’t quite put a finger on what we’re looking for, but we know for sure, it isn’t something fake. Joel Houston from Hillsong United shares what they believe is the key to spreading encouragement…that’s contagious.
At 8a & 8p
There’s a saying that goes “when it comes to worship, it’s better to have a heart with no words than words with no heart.” Ben Fielding’s songs are some of the most sung in the world. Ben shares a story of how one of those songs made a real difference.
Commitment…it’s the glue that holds relationships together. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam says that commitment is a lot more than words. Joe talks about “The Investment Recipe.”
At 9a & 9p
Someone once said that “fame is a vapor. Only one thing endures, and that is character.” Joel Houston of Hillsong United says that is something to strive for, no matter where you are in life.
The old saying goes, “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” But sometimes our fears leave us unable to move. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell has been there, she also found the courage to take that first step.
We may think we’re not hurting anyone when we don’t forgive others. When the unimaginable happens, can forgiving the one that hurt us so deeply really do any good? Matthew West shares the real life story behind one of his most popular songs.
It seems like everywhere you turn, there’s a new challenge, a new tragedy, a new problem. Max Lucado shares one of the biggest reasons he believes we should pray for the things going on in the world.
When things aren’t going your way, nothing can lift your spirits quite like a good, hearty LAUGH! Shannon DeGarmo has seen it time and time again. She tells us how laughter helped her bounce back after her husband’s betrayal.
It seems like we live in a world where there’s never enough. Our friend Steve Brown says it doesn’t have to be that way.