At 7am & 7p
Prayer does make a difference and Dolly Parton is living proof. After the success of Dolly Parton’s “Coat of Many Colors,” they’ve come back with another TV Movie this year! Dolly Parton’s ‘Christmas of Many Colors.’ It tells the true story of one special Christmas, and a prayer that saved her life.
At Christmas, we’re reminded that even when things seem completely lost there is still hope. Angel Tree blesses children whose mom or dad are in prison, with a Christmas gift and some love. Antonio was in prison, and now he’s an Angel Tree volunteer. He knows how it feels to not be able to be there for your kids at Christmas.
At 8a & 8p
Maybe this Christmas is bitter sweet because a loved one is no longer here to share it with you. Kathie Lee Gifford lost her husband Frank a little over a year ago and is learning what grief and joy are really all about.
You may never have a million lights like the Griswold’s, but KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says you only need one!
At 9a & 9p
In the middle of the hustle and bustle, it’s often the simple moments that you remember, moments of laughter and connection. Lauren Daigle has her own Christmas album “Behold.” For her, Christmas will always be about family.
You may not be where you want to be just yet, but our friend Steve Brown has some encouragement for you.
Surprise! Sometimes the things we think are true are not. Our friend Chris Tomlin has a Christmas story that becomes more fun and encouraging with each passing year.
There’s an old saying that goes, “If you think you’re too small to make a difference, try spending a night in a closed room…with a mosquito!” The fact is, everything we do matters! Jen Bricker shares how sometimes those things, aren’t what people care about.
Maybe you’ve heard of that experiment where you slowly turn up hot water on a frog. We don’t notice gradual changes, but eventually, we get burned. Could this describe the stress of Christmas? Max Lucado thinks so.
It’s been said that “being positive in a negative situation isn’t naïve, it’s leadership.” When Megan Alexander joined Inside Edition, they had an existing segment with a psychic. But instead of simply criticizing, Megan took a different route.