Even if you’re not the best communicator in the world, a language you speak that connects with everyone is laughter. John Crist is a comedian and he shares his story.
Simple acts of kindness can change a relationship. Shaunti Feldhahn has seen it time and time again and has written a book called “The Kindness Challenge” and she tells us how it works.
When you look in the mirror, maybe you don’t like what you see. Brit Nicole says you might need a new lens. Brit opens up about finding true worth in her song, “Through Your Eyes.”
When you’re taking care of another, it can be challenging and at times even frustrating. Peter Rosenberger’s wife Gracie was in a devastating car accident and lost both her legs, and Peter has been her caregiver for over 30 years.
Maybe you need a new start, but find it difficult to let go of the old. Beth Moore has struggled with the impact of abuse and addiction that plagued her childhood. But a powerful image has helped her start fresh.
People don’t come with instructions. Or if they do, they’re in a different language! KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam comes up with recipes to help us figure things out.
As adults, it’s easy to think we have it all figured it out already, but KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach, Trish Blackwell discovered that we can learn a lot from an unlikely source…babies.
If only I was like that person, then I could make a big difference. It’s a common thought, but one that Jen Bricker says needs some adjusting. Jen has an amazing story, but you have one too.
There are so many distractions competing for our attention that it’s hard to stop and really appreciate the important things. It’s something Dave Burchett has been thinking about a lot lately.
There’s a quote that says, “It’s good to cry. That’s how you know it meant something.” Esther Fleece shares about how pain can sometimes be a good thing.