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If there’s anything that Christmas is about, it’s knowing that even when things seem completely lost, there is still hope. Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree blesses children whose mom or dad are in prison, with a Christmas gift and some love. Adam is a perfect example of the impact you can have.
Especially at Christmas, things can get so busy that it’s hard to even come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Nicole Johnson feels the tension and she shares her story with us.
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Someone once said that “the biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it’s taken place.” Well, KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has cooked up a recipe to help.
Maybe you know someone who’s always looking on the bright side, always believing that success is just around the corner. Well, Dan Wilt says maybe it’s time to not only know that someone, but be that someone.
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If you’re like a lot of people, your December calendar looks like a novel, and it’s easy to find yourself frazzled and exhausted. Our friend Amy Grant has been there. But it was something that happened a few years ago that’s helped her find perspective.
The children of prisoners are often the forgotten victims of crime. When eight-year-old Greta’s father went to prison; she lost more than a dad. Now as an adult, Greta shares her story.
There can be people all around you and yet loneliness can still be so strong, especially at Christmas. Shannon DeGarmo is happily married now, but knows what it’s like when Christmas isn’t “picture perfect.”
What would happen if our celebration of Christmas wasn’t confined to a season? Annie F. Downs was struck with that very thought at a place she didn’t expect.
To really understand the wonder of Christmas, we sometimes need something tangible, right before our eyes. Steve Brown has a wonderful story to share.
There’s a time when we all experience for ourselves the gift of giving. Our friend Natalie Grant remembers how one Christmas, her dad’s idea to spread contagious encouragement turned things upside down in her heart.