If you’re honest, your kids do things from time to time that embarrass you. Colleen Thompson is no different, but she’s learning to not let those things define her. Colleen’s son, Jonathan, has a number of disorders, including Tourette’s syndrome.
So maybe there’s a difference between everything working out for your good, and everything actually being good. That’s the journey Mandisa has been on. After several years away, she’s back with her album, “Out of the Dark,” which is symbolic of her life.
You probably know the saying, “what you don’t know won’t hurt you.” Well Shannon DeGarmo is a wife and mom who’s finding out that focus can make all the difference.
Maybe the word “peace” makes you think of a home with no problems. But is that realistic? Gary Thomas is a best-selling author and he says there is a huge key in figuring out whether or not a relationship is going to work.
It’s not so much a question of is there a purpose. What can you really plague you is what is the purpose. Kevin Laue was born without a full left arm and lost his father to cancer at a young age. But all of his experiences opened doors he couldn’t imagine.
With so many messages coming at us each day, it’s easy to want whatever is the latest and greatest. But Steve Brown has a different view.
John Maxwell once said, “If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.” Jon Weece has found this to be especially true when it comes to impacting those around you.
Maybe you think of your dream like a slowly closing window and one day it’s just too late to go after it. Michele Pillar is a Grammy nominated singer, speaker, and author of the new book, “Untangled.” She made the decision that it’s never too late!
What would happen if we lived like the best is yet to come? Tim Storey has been called a “life coach to the stars” and helps people move forward.
No matter what you look like, talk like, move like, or think like…the world just wouldn’t be as special without you. Just ask Nazareth. As a stand-up comedian, Nazareth has seen that even in times of weakness, a better kind of strength takes over.