Our friend Chonda Pierce has made a living with laughter. She’s known as “The Queen of Clean.” When Chonda was first starting out, she got a job at Opryland USA impersonating Minnie Pearl, who ended up becoming a mentor and friend.
To move forward in life, you have to let go of what you can’t control. Shannon DeGarmo is learning that…at home.
Anger and disappointment can be consuming, but sometimes unnecessary. Patrick Gray and Justin Skeesuck are lifelong best friends. Some years back, Justin was diagnosed with a disease similar to ALS, and Patrick was filled with raw emotions.
It doesn’t matter what you’ve done. Really, it doesn’t. That’s the message of hope that Steve Brown has for you!
We say we love our families, but do our actions and time prove that? Andy Andrews is the best-selling author of books like, “The Noticer” and a new one called “The Little Things.”
We like smooth, not rough. But KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is learning to appreciate it all.
Just when you think all hope is lost, something unexpected happens. Been there? Reverend Michael Spurlock has. His story and that of All Saints Church is told in the new movie, “All Saints.”
You know, it’s easy to feel good about yourself…if you never look around. But that is almost impossible. Jennifer Rothschild has been thinking about how to overcome those feelings of inadequacy since becoming blind as a teenager.
We all have fears. Mark Hall is the lead singer of Casting Crowns, and one of Mark’s fears might surprise you…it’s singing in front of people.
There’s probably someone you have to talk to each day where it just feels like you’re not getting through. It can be extra challenging when that someone is your spouse. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam comes up with recipes to help us have better families and friendships.