What on the surface seems shameful can sometimes be the very thing that leads to connection. Natalie Grant, who not only is a successful singer but she’s also an author of the recent book called “Finding Your Voice.” And Natalie says when you find it, it’s a good idea to use it.
When you’ve survived a tragic circumstance in life, you can become shell-shocked and withdrawn, or you can find a new determination. Rebekah Gregory is a motivational speaker and author. Rebekah was only three feet away from the Boston Marathon Bombing…and while it claimed her leg, it could not claim her spirit.
During this time of the year as we celebrate America’s birthday, it’s important to also remember the sacrifices that have been made that make our freedom in the USA possible. Wink Martindale is one of the most iconic TV game show hosts of all time. Wink shares a special KeepTheFaith exclusive story, celebrating our country’s ragged old flag.
For many, it can be so hard to give up control over any aspect of life but maybe, it’s all in who you let steer the ship. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is here to help.
If you find yourself just feeling sick inside thanks to disappointment after disappointment, our friend Tim Storey has some encouragement for you today.
When troubles come, it can be so helpful to have the perspective of someone who knows how to persevere. Connor Rothschild doesn’t have to look far to find that someone. His mom, Jennifer is a popular author and speaker and she’s also blind.
Part of growing and being a better person sometimes means learning to deal with things that make you feel uncomfortable. Steve Brown is learning to be a better human; even if it means accepting hugs.
From time to time, we all need change but making it happen is easier said than done. But what if you could know the key ingredients to making it work, every time? Andy Andrews says you can.
This week as we celebrate our country and the freedoms we have, we are grateful for those who have served and are serving to ensure that our freedoms stay intact. Bruce Peterson’s dad is one of those men. He served proudly in World War 2, and has shared many stories with his son over the years since. But it wasn’t until recently, that Bruce’s dad told him a new story from the war.
We never know who’s watching and maybe, just maybe, the decisions we make with the circumstances we’re given can inspire someone else. Joni Eareckson Tada’s story is proof. Over the years, she’s helped many people with disabilities. It all started after she was paralyzed in a diving accident.