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It’s been said that “we act as we see ourselves to be.” But it’s so easy to allow that picture to be shaped by lies. Natalie Grant has written a new book called, “Finding Your Voice.’ She really began that discovery in college.
Hope is more than we think it is sometimes. It’s been called being sure of things we can’t see. That takes on special meaning for Gail McWilliams, who was faced with the choice of keeping her eyesight, or having kids. She chose the kids.
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Someone once said, “I wish people would look into each other’s eyes, instead of each other’s walls.” With so much technology, maybe our kids are missing out on a key quality…empathy. Dr. Michele Borba thinks so.
It can be quite disconcerting when something you’ve believed for years is suddenly announced to be wrong! Our friend Steve Brown agrees, but also says there are things that will never change.
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You may have had someone say to you before ‘you make a better door than a window.’ While that’s usually said in the context of you blocking someone’s view, it may also apply to the way you block others from your thoughts and feelings. Shannon DeGarmo has learned the power of transparency.
The greatest journeys in life begin with a single step. But too often, we’re tempted to skip some important steps because…we want to LEAP! Our friend Chris Tomlin joins Louie Giglio, Matt Redman and many others for Worship Night in America…a special theater event for one night only designed to bring us together.
When we make a mistake, we have a choice: Beat ourselves up about it…or figure out the deeper issue and grow. Christa Black Gifford shares her struggles over the years.
What if you knew how much time you had left? Would you live a little differently? Rory Feek and his wife Joey made up the country duo “Joey and Rory.” Joey passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. Right before her diagnosis, Rory decided to film their life and came away inspired.
Balancing work with our family relationships is one of those things we hear a lot about, but there are so many things…GOOD things that need our time and attention. Andy Andrews has learned that sometimes it’s okay to say “no” to even good things.
It’s been said that “we’re all just a turtle on a fencepost. No one gets where they are by themselves.” This is especially true when it comes to second chances. Mike Foster says one of the things they do is throw parties for people who are getting out of prison, people like Heavy.