At 7am & 7pm
Some of us are outgoing, others shy. Some love control, others like to follow. So what about being empathetic towards others? Are we born with it? Dr. Michele Borba is a psychologist who shares her insights with us.
It’s easy to feel all alone when you’re in the middle of a storm. Our friend Steve Brown says we’re not as alone as we may feel.
At 8a & 8p
In our always connected world, staying focused can be tough. Max Lucado has also felt that way and has encouragement to help us stay focused when we pray.
We try to avoid them because it hurts. But KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says sometimes we need a good face-plant.
At 9a & 9p
Some people have no problem saying what needs to be said, others, not so much. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam says if we want to move forward, we must share the tough stuff too.
What if our problem sometimes isn’t dreaming too big, but instead, dreaming too small? Shari Rigby had that problem, but God showed her a different path.
If we know that what we’re doing is hurting us, why do we still do it? That’s something Natalie Grant has asked herself over the years. In her new book, “Finding Your Voice,” she shares about a destructive relationship in her past and why we sometimes cling to what we shouldn’t.
Everything is going along just as it should, and then…WHAM! Life changes and a huge flood emotions fills your soul. When a tragedy struck those close to Ron Luce, he experienced a conflict of emotions unlike anything else.
So many people live their lives beaten down…feeling like hope is a word that applies to someone else. Andy Andrews knows that feeling. There was a time in his life when he was down and out, living under a pier.
There’s a great quote that says, “Forgive someone today. Especially if that someone is you.” Elisa Morgan talks about the trouble we tend to have seeing our true selves. And Elisa says part of that, is not being able to let go of our failures.