7am & 7pm
Many of us struggle with the idea of forgiveness. Not just forgiving others, but forgiving ourselves. Max Lucado shares what he’s discovered.
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. Well, KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says that what’s in our pockets can help change that.
8am & 8pm
Life can be filled with a lot of bad and it can be easy to live in your past of hurts and hang-ups. But maybe, you don’t have to. Shannon DeGarmo has experienced a lot of pain and trials in her life and she shares what she has learned.
There’s not necessarily anything wrong with pursuing dreams. However, is it worth it if it’s costing you your relationships? KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam shares a story of a time when he learned a very important lesson about where our priorities lie.
9am & 9pm
Mama said there would be days like these, even seasons. But do the tough times really have to last so long? Ann Voskamp says these times in our lives are like seeds.
We have so many things, but somehow many of us are still missing contentment. When Pete Wilson left the comforts of home, he discovered something about peace he never really thought about before.
Andy Andrews is a man that has been called “one of the most influential people in America.” He encourages and motivates leaders, and along the way usually sees lessons in the struggles we all have…lessons others sometimes miss.
“No” is sometimes the hardest word to say. And because we don’t, we end up with chaotic lives. So why is it so hard? Valorie Burton has pinpointed the reason and knows what to do.
Someone once said that “in the race of life, it doesn’t matter who finishes first. What matters most is being able to complete your race.” Adonis Lenzy is living his dream, but he couldn’t do it…until he stopped looking around.
Oh, just to hear those simple words, “I love you.” It can change your whole day. But sometimes, we long to hear them…and don’t. What’s going on? Elisa Morgan has been there.