It’s so easy to get caught up in your past, but maybe others are more interested in your future. Bob Goff has done all kinds of exciting things, but he keeps looking forward.
Maybe you’ve forgiven someone who’s hurt you, but the pain keeps coming back, like a wound you’ve treated but haven’t cured. Kristi Watts has been there. She’s a former co-host of “The 700 Club” and shares her story in her new book called, “Talk Yourself Happy.”
Words are a powerful tool for good, but you know what they say “actions speak louder.” Hal Donaldson is an author and one of the founders of Convoy of Hope. In his new book, “Your Next 24 Hours,” he shares a story about Adam Levine, who’s one of the judges on NBC’s “The Voice” and lead singer of Maroon 5.
It was said once that “Most people are other people,” in the way they think, act, and dream. Julianna Zobrist says this can be a problem. She’s a talented singer and speaker, and the wife of Ben Zobrist, the World Series MVP for the Chicago Cubs.
When you’ve seen prayer work well, it becomes contagious and can help others. Kerri Pomarolli is a speaker, author, and comedian. Kerri has had her share of “NOT so funny” moments, but one in particular showed her where to turn.
So what are the keys to truly standing out in a good way? Andy Andrews says to make an impact, you have to understand the difference between “weird” and “different.”
How are you? It’s a question we’re so used to, but we don’t really answer. Judah Smith is a pastor and author. In his book, “How’s Your Soul?,” Judah shares a different approach…one that gets to the heart of the matter.
Maybe real strength comes when we embrace our weaknesses. Kevin Laue is almost seven feet tall. And yes, he played division one college basketball. But here’s the catch, he only has one full arm. Kevin speaks all over the world now, inspiring others to accept themselves, weaknesses and all.
Those things we have to do but hate to do…maybe those are the things that really help us grow. It’s been true for Trish Blackwell. She’s KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach, and inspires all kinds of people.
What happens when you have a challenge that just seems like it will never end? The guys in MercyMe are learning to trust, and have a song about it called “Even If.” Mike from the band shares how the song comes from a real situation in the life of their lead singer, Bart.