One of the big “dream stoppers” in life is comparison. It’s so easy to do! John Crist has some encouragement for you. He’s realized how important it is to just be himself.
Maybe you can’t do everything, but you can do something. Our friend Matthew West has a new album called “All In” and recently joined with Natalie Grant and other artists for a facebook live concert benefiting hurricane victims. Things like that are the heart of his song “Do Something.”
There’s nothing worse than feeling like you don’t belong, especially at church. But that’s exactly how countless families with special needs children feel. Craig Johnson is one of the pastors at Lakewood Church in Houston. He and his wife Samantha have a son with autism and can relate to special needs families who don’t feel accepted.
If you look at those who are successful, they’re not necessarily smarter or more talented. A lot of times, they just refused to give up. Kevin Sorbo has found that to be true. As a teenager, caddying at a country club golf course, Kevin learned a valuable lesson.
We watch our kids like hawks, making sure they don’t get involved in the wrong crowds. And then sometimes, when it comes to our own lives, we ignore our own advice. David Salyers has spent his entire 30-year career with remarkable people as a part of Chick-fil-A and shares how success is often contagious.
When someone we love is struggling, it can be so hard to watch them go through their pain. Shannon DeGarmo has learned the importance of being there through the struggle.
Often times when we’re asked to think back and pull out a special story…maybe about a unique person…that really stands out as making an impact on our journey. One such young lady holds a special place for Julie Keith, pastor of special needs at a church called Paz Naz.
Sometimes all it takes is one conversation and your day can be completely ruined. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is helping people get their days back on track every day.
Disagreements are common and can lead to a dead end. But KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam has a recipe to help you move forward.
There seems to be division and anger, on TV, on Facebook, everywhere we turn. Dave Burchett asks how do we love one another well, when there is so much disagreement on deep issues, including race?