Maybe there’s a special surprise for you under the tree this year. Jon Weece has found all kinds of gifts just by opening his life up to people around him.
Maybe it’s an ornament on your tree, or a song you hear each year, but so often there’s something at Christmas that reminds us just how far we’ve come. Over the years, Amy Grant and Kathie Lee Gifford have shared some pretty special moments together.
When the notes of your favorite Christmas song start to play, maybe you’re instantly transported to another place and time. Christmas music has had a special place in Michael W. Smith’s heart, from the time he was young.
Maybe your kids are hoping for the latest gadget and you’re hoping for a last-minute Christmas bonus! Nicole Johnson has discovered that Christmas really is all about hope. But in a much more beautiful way.
Maybe you know someone who’s always looking on the bright side, always believing that success is just around the corner. Well, Dan Wilt says maybe it’s time to not only know that someone…but be that someone.
Winston Churchill once said that “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Hillary Scott learned about making encouragement contagious at a young age.
As traditional as Christmas may be, each year might take on a different feel. Mandisa recently came out of a season of grief and depression. But with God’s help, she has her spark back and is ready for the holidays.
To really understand the wonder of Christmas, we sometimes need something tangible, right before our eyes. Steve Brown has a wonderful story to share.
There’s a time when we realize that Christmas isn’t so much a season of the year as it is a spirit in our hearts. Matthew West loves to take real stories and turn them into powerful songs, like “The Heart of Christmas.”
Maybe the best gift you can give someone this Christmas, is friendship. In his book, “The Awakening of HK Derryberry,” Jim Bradford shares about his unlikely friendship with young man who is blind and has cerebral palsy. They now speak to groups, all over the country, inspiring them to see how they can change someone’s life. For Jim and HK, that even involved Christmas.