Fear has been defined by some as false expectations appearing real. Worrying about those expectations can be paralyzing. DeVon Franklin tells us how he handles fear when so much is on the line.
You may have heard someone say at some point “there’s no way that Jesus could ever love a person like me.” Steve Brown wants to dispel that notion.
It’s been said that “we are the home of the free…because of the brave.” Lee Greenwood talks about his song “God Bless the USA,” a song that always seems to stand out above the rest.
Since becoming a quadriplegic as a teenager, Joni Eareckson Tada has provided over 165,000 wheelchairs to people all over the world, and helped countless families through her ministry. And even though her name is in the title, she knows it’s so much bigger than her.
So you have a dream, but absolutely no idea where to start. Well DeVon Franklin has some encouragement for you. His dream started with a simple decision to just go for it, and understand that to be great, sometimes you have to be least.
When life happens we have a choice, we can become bitter or better. Our friend Michele Pillar earned the power of not dwelling too long…from her cat!
We grow when life gives us more than we can handle. Colleen Swindoll Thompson is the director of Reframing Ministries. Caring for her son, Jonathan, through his severe disabilities has taught her valuable lessons.
You don’t have to look far to find people being unkind to one another. Dave Burchett shares a lesson he learned from a zoo that just may help us to better communicate with each other.
Some days we need help and some days, we are the help…and there can be joy in both. Just ask Kerri Pomarolli. Even though she loves to laugh, there have been moments in her life that were far from funny.
It’s in those most damaging storms of life that a sense of hopelessness and despair can set in and you feel you have no way out. Before his hit song “Eye of the Storm,” Ryan Stevenson was a paramedic and saw over and over the devastation that can happen to people, including those he knew.