At 7am & 7pm
The concept that God has called us to forgive is not a new one. Shannon DeGarmo learned that the hard way after her marriage ended painfully and she found herself experiencing life as a single mom. Shannon has discovered that forgiveness is a journey.
If someone who lived a hundred years ago were to look at us today…I wonder if they would get tired just watching! Dee Ann Turner knows what it’s like to constantly be doing. She opens up about what makes it all work. And one of the keys is rest.
At 8a & 8p
We don’t often think that caring is something we have to teach. Dr. Michele Borba says it’s time to think differently. Michele says you can teach your kids empathy at any age…in fact, she started with her own early.
You may wear all kinds of hats in life. To some maybe you’re a boss, others a co-worker. But when you get home, the hat changes. It’s easy to be confused about your identity. To a lot of people, Chris Tomlin is a superstar. But to his kids…he’s simply dad.
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Whether you’re a child or an adult, it can be frustrating when we can’t get what we want, but sometimes, that’s for the best. Our friend Steve Brown shares what he has learned.
Pain sticks…sometimes forever. How do you keep it from defining your life? It’s something Christa Black Gifford has struggled with. She opens up about the emotional pain of her childhood, and how she found healing.
It’s a lot easier to be a positive, loving, person when you’re taking in positive things. But the tendency is to forget the good, and remember the negative. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says that what’s in our pockets can help change that.
Just about all of us have done it…deciding to make a major change in our lifestyle, or tackling a project with lots of excitement, and then…reality crashes in. Dan Wilt has a great story about how you can make lasting change in your life.
When what we’ve done is bad, really bad, we’ll sometimes do anything to try to wash away the regret. Mike Foster has tried, but found a better way. Mike almost killed a man in a water skiing accident but shares about the hope he’s found.
Sometimes we get so focused on impacting everyone else, that we forget the ones who matter most. Joel Smallbone and his brother Luke head up the band, “For King & Country.” But you can see Joel in a new movie they’ve created called “Priceless.” While in the middle of making it, Joel learned a valuable lesson for his own family.