It’s one thing to be able to share your struggles, and it’s quite another to always be gloomy. Sarah Jakes Roberts shares how we can help each other face struggles in a way that helps us move forward.
Since becoming a quadriplegic as a teenager, Joni Eareckson Tada has helped countless families through her ministry, Joni and Friends. And even though her name is in the title, she knows it’s so much bigger than her.
Sometimes, you can find great tips about love from the most unexpected places. Each week, KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam brings us his unique recipes for better relationships and a better life.
If you’re hanging your head today, thinking you’ll never measure up, there’s good news. Our friend Chris Tomlin delivers a message of hope through the song, “Good Good Father,” a song that speaks even to him.
Maybe you have a major issue in your life that you’re struggling to overcome. Tim Storey says there is hope.
There isn’t a band that knows more about the trials that come from a life on the road than MercyMe. They’ve been together over 20 years, and it takes a toll on a marriage. However, guitarist Mike Scheuchzer talks about how his wife teaches him about grace over and over.
“No” is sometimes the hardest word to say. And because we don’t, we end up with chaotic lives. So why is it so hard? Valorie Burton has pinpointed the reason and knows what to do.
If you were writing your story, it might look a lot different than reality. For years, Rory Feek has been telling stories through country music, and didn’t expect that his own would include the loss of his wife to cancer.
We all have a choice when the little annoyances in life happen. Do we let them ruin our day or do we find a way to happiness no matter the circumstance? KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares the choices she’s learned to make.
Finding a way to make an impact on your world seldom starts big, it starts small and grows. The idea for a respite center for families of special needs children grew in the heart of Brenda Solomon from her personal experience with a special needs daughter and the families she was trying to serve in her church.