Finding out what you’re supposed to do in life can sometimes feel like a map that you don’t know how to read. John Bevere tells the story of a man who found out that following God doesn’t look the same for everyone.
Rejection often sends you down one of two paths…self-pity, or self-improvement. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam says that choice can make all the difference.
Sometimes we have to pull out all the stops to get our message across. Our friend Steve Brown is a radio and best-selling author, and says that’s exactly what love will do.
Instead of just wondering about the road less traveled, what would happen if you actually walked it? KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell has an idea to help.
It’s amazing what our talents can do when used in the right way. Jason Earls is a stand- up comedian whose goal is to do more than make you laugh.
Marriage is hard enough under normal circumstances. But throw in another challenge and it’s a true test. Laura Story has a new album called “Open Hands.” That’s a pretty good description of her life since her husband Martin was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which left him with several disabilities.
Fear often paralyzes us, but what’s the solution? Dave Burchett tells us that while comforting his grandson, Bennett, he stumbled on a realization that’s helped him.
It’s been said that “if you want to make God laugh, tell him about your plans.” Liz Curtis Higgs is a funny lady, but when it came to her son’s future, she had a very serious plan.
Sometimes it feels like our struggles are the end of the story, when in fact, there’s a new chapter on the next page. Tim Storey shares what he’s learned.
Joni Eareckson Tada was in a diving accident and lost the use of her arms and legs. Little did she know that her pain would allow her to impact millions through the ministry that she founded for those with disabilities called “Joni and Friends.”