Change is never easy, just ask Mac Powell, the lead singer of the band Third Day. Before all the Grammy awards and success, he grew up in a military family, and one thing he struggled with was the constant relocating.
What happens when you find yourself grieving over not getting the life you had hoped you would? Colleen Swindoll Thompson knows the pain. She and her husband Tobin discovered through the raising of their son with special needs, that husbands and wives process it differently.
The world can be a noisy place. Our friend Steve Brown is a master encourager, and he’s has found a way to be heard without increasing the volume of our voices.
When tragedy impacts a friend it’s natural to want to offer comfort, but it can be hard to know what to say. Greg Laurie knows the feeling. He felt fortunate to have a friend that offered comfort after Greg lost one of his sons in a traffic accident.
It can be difficult to relate to people different than you, until you realize maybe they’re not that different. Shawn Thornton says as a pastor near Los Angeles, he has seen a way for the church to bring people together on common ground.
Robert Kennedy once said that “only those who dare to fail, can ever achieve greatly.” As a stand-up comedian, John Crist puts himself out there every day with the possibility that his work will fall flat. He says the key to overcoming failure is to simply get back up, and try again.
Have you ever had a time in your life where you had lost your hopes and dreams and felt like you were beyond saving? There’s a place called the Dream Center that is restoring hope to the lost and forgotten. Sarah was broken and alone when she found the Dream Center.
Big family get-togethers can be a bit chaotic. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares what she’s discovered in the midst of the chaos.
Maybe there are parts of your story that fill you with shame, and it’s hard to believe that it could actually be beautiful. Shari Rigby’s life has had its fair share of pain. In fact, when she starred in the movie “October Baby,” she was taken aback by how much it looked like her own story.
When something you rely on to live your life is taken away from you, it can be quite a shock. Rolly Abarca is a radio personality and he remembers the traumatic experience of losing his vision.