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It’s been said, “do what is right, not what is easy.” Well, that’s hard. As a child, Bianca Juarez Olthoff’s family was in great need…all because of a decision her dad made that was right.
If you stop and think about it, it may have been a while since you had a good laugh. If that’s you, maybe you could use a heavy dose of the best medicine from Nick Arnette.
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Sometimes the “little” things, that we do over and over, make the biggest impact. Rachel Joy Scott’s life is proof of it. She was one of the victims in the Columbine High School shooting. Masey McClain plays the role of Rachel in the new movie “I’m Not Ashamed” and shares how her life was about more than just one moment.
If you’ve ever felt like giving up, you’re not alone, Louie Giglio has been there. Today he encourages people around the world with his inspirational messages. Louie says, if you’re at rock bottom, you’re in the right place for an improbable comeback!
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If things look bleak for you for…help and hope might be closer than you think. Our friend Dan Wilt loves to tell stories from his own life, stories that ENCOURAGE.
Painful experiences often leave us with fears…fears that we’ll be hurt again. And often, that can keep us from being the kind of people we want to be. Nicole Johnson has found that a different life begins when we stop thinking about what other people will do.
If you want help, you ask an expert. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam will tell you, even the experts have their share of problems. Joe shares some advice from his own relationship.
We often live our lives like we’re driving a car with only one pedal…the accelerator. It’s just a constant go, go, go. Need a break? Shauna Niequist longs to help women find balance and she has some encouragement to share.
You have it all planned, the perfect get away. Then something unexpected happens, now you have a trip that’s memorable. Chris Tomlin shares a story of a vacation destination where even he was surprised his music had made an impact.
We never know who’s watching and maybe, just maybe, the decisions we make with the circumstances we’re given can inspire someone else. Joni Eareckson Tada’s story is proof! It all started after she was paralyzed in a diving accident.