7am & 7pm
A new relationship can be fun and exciting, but then it can turn “comfortable,” and even “boring.” KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has recipes to help you keep the “sizzle” alive.
Sometimes words don’t do justice to the pain. Todd Smith of Selah and his wife Angie know the feeling. They have four daughters here, and one in heaven named Audrey. During an ultrasound, they found out the devastating news that Audrey wouldn’t be able to live outside the womb.
8am & 8pm
So often, bad things get etched in our memories. Our friend Steve Brown wants to help you remember the good things!
It can be so easy to wear busyness like a badge of honor and forget it’s also important to take time to rest. Where is the balance? David Salyers has a passion for helping others find success and contentment and he shares what he learned.
9am & 9pm
The old song says, “This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine.” Jason Earls is doing that as a stand-up comedian. And people are taking notice.
Sometimes the change we want can come about just by changing our words, especially in relationships. Shaunti Feldhahn writes and researches about marriage, and she shares her wisdom with us.
In our minds we tell ourselves that it’s one thing to have a little cut or bruise in our soul, but what if we’re shattered in a million pieces? Are we worth the effort? Matthew West talks about a special woman named Kathy and how she is the inspiration behind his song, “Mended.”
Sometimes you just need someone to lift you up. But it’s amazing how things can change when it stops being about you. Ann Voskamp shares about a birthday a few years ago that turned her world “upside down.”
If your life feels like a rat race, you’re not alone. Nicole Johnson has discovered a way to make it stop.
It’s been said that “we become who we surround ourselves with.” Well, Amy Grant and Lauren Daigle are getting to know each other, sharing an intimate conversation about music and life, exclusively for KeepTheFaith!