There’s the image we try to present on the outside, but who are you deep down? Van Moody gets to the bottom of identity in his book, “The I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself is the Key to a Happy Successful Life.”
Rush here, dash there, life can be all go, go, go! KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell, is no stranger to the feeling. Even though she keeps busy inspiring others, she’s found a path to sanity.
Corrie Ten Boom once said “Hold everything in your hands lightly, otherwise it hurts when God pries your fingers open.” Steve Brown can relate, and maybe you can too.
One of the great things about love is its ability to overcome huge differences. Heather Avis’ kids are different than most, but one thing about them is very much the same…the desire to be loved unconditionally.
Building lasting relationships is never easy. Dr. Joe Beam is KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef and he has found many key ingredients to make them work. Joe says we can do things to help improve our relationships, and it’s as easy to remember as PIES.
So much to do and so little time. But where do you draw the line? Rachel Macy Stafford is the NY Times best-selling author of “Hands Free Mama.” She says she found balance the hard way.
It’s amazing how one positive decision can have a ripple effect and encourage thousands of others! HK Derryberry is blind and has cerebral palsy. HK’s story almost never started. When his mother, Mary, was expecting him, she was in a terrible car accident.
Allowing ourselves to grow into the unique individuals we’re designed to be can be hard if we’re always comparing ourselves to others. Just ask Maria Goff. While it would be easy to slip into comparison, she believes it’s better to appreciate our own gifts.
If we never worried, we’d have longer fingernails, and probably a lot more joy. When she was a teenager, Riley Snyder started her own organization called Generation Next. They help kids in Africa and here at home with hygiene products, and school supplies. She shares how God has been there every step of the way.
Life is full of choices. New York Times best-selling author Craig Groeschel is no stranger to making decisions. He and his team at Life Church are known for being innovative. Craig shares how choices build on one another, including one he made while he was in college.