It’s truly special when we know that we matter enough for someone to be there for us. Country music superstar Reba McEntire has reached the heights of 16 number one albums and over 40 number one songs. Before all that Reba found her greatest encourager close to home.
It’s a rite of passage for many children; spending a week away from home in the great outdoors at summer camp. All too often children that have a parent in prison don’t get that life changing experience. Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree Camping helps thousands of kids get to camp each year including Sydney. Her whole world changed when her father was sent to prison.
If you’re discouraged today, struggling to find meaning in your life, there is hope for a better tomorrow. Just ask Nazareth.
Change in our relationships can bring pain, and sometimes that pain is sudden. But it doesn’t have to have the last word. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam prepares recipes each week to help us find hope and healing with the most important people in our lives.
David Green started Hobby Lobby in his garage with only $600. Now, 47 years later they have close to 800 stores and are in almost every state. With those impressive numbers it would be easy to think that legacy revolves around business or financial accomplishments. But David has a different way of thinking.
It’s easy to coast along and live at the level our circumstances. Our friend Tim Storey has a different view. His mom taught him an important lesson about rising above no matter where you are in life.
A life lived for others is truly meaningful. KeepTheFaith special contributor Scott Valentine witnessed it first-hand. He and his co-host Sam Kelly encourage thousands each day on their radio show. Sam is the mother of a child with Down Syndrome and Scott saw love and concern for others modeled from a very young age.
When we go through things like a job loss, relationship trouble, or a health struggle, peace, can seem far away. Max Lucado says we can find real peace in the middle of life’s storms.
Our mother’s influence often lasts a lifetime. That’s true for our friend Steve Brown. His mother’s influence has guided him as he’s encouraged countless others.
If you look at those who are successful, they’re not necessarily smarter or more talented. A lot of times, they just refused to give up. Kevin Sorbo has found that to be true. As a teenager, caddying at a country club golf course, Kevin learned a valuable lesson.