Some things in life require persistence and that can be difficult. Hal Donaldson is one of the founders of the relief organization Convoy of Hope, and shares stories that prove what persistence can do.
You may keep a nightlight on to light your way. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach, Trish Blackwell helps people face the darkness in their lives.
Winston Churchill once said “success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” Tim Storey knows about that. He’s a life coach who helps people from all kinds of backgrounds create better futures.
So much to do, so little time. If that describes your life, you’re not alone. Heather Avis and her husband know exactly how it feels to be overwhelmed and out of control. They adopted two children with Down Syndrome.
When you’re the kind of person that other people look to, there tends to be a lot of pressure to be perfect. Louie Giglio knows the feeling. Louie remembers the moment he began sharing about his battle with depression.
Everybody makes mistakes. It’s how we deal with them that makes all the difference. The Bounce Back Woman, Shannon DeGarmo shares how owning up to her own mess helped mend a relationship.
With so many challenges in life, it can be hard to build the foundation for a strong family. When their special needs son was living, Marie Kuck and her husband found that the power of community can make all the difference.
It’s one of our greatest fears, the unexpected. Rebekah Gregory and her son Noah were only three feet away from one of the blasts of the Boston Marathon Bombing. That day is etched in her memory, and she shares her story.
Someone once said that “fame is a vapor. Only one thing endures, and that is character.” Joel Houston of Hillsong United says that is something to strive for, no matter where you are in life.
So much of who we are, for better or worse, comes from our parents. Michele Pillar says what we choose to focus on makes all the difference.