When we are looking to make changes in our lives, so often we may be less than confident, and it’s because of insecurity. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell knows that all too well.
Whether you’ve been through the pain of a single loss or many of them, having a sense of hope is key to moving past the pain. John Eldredge is a counselor and author. He shares where he found hope.
God can reach you wherever you are, and sometimes, in amazing ways. Andrea Logan White shares her story when, as a young actress in Hollywood, God connected with her…at a stoplight.
The world in which we live is so focused on outward appearances, however, God looks at the heart and what really matters. At a young age, Mandy Young lost her left leg and hip to a massive infection. But she doesn’t let that define her, knowing that God can use the worst circumstance for His glory.
Your past doesn’t have to make your future scary. Tim Storey is a “Comeback Coach” and speaker. He has also experienced several seasons of comebacks in his own life.
Many times, we get so focused on what we want in life, that God slows us down in the ways we truly need. Ainsley Earhardt is an author and co-host of TV’s Fox and Friends. She shares that God wants to teach us many things through the lives of those closest to us.
Being right isn’t always the most important thing, is it? We can’t all be right, all the time. Our friend Steve Brown is here to give us some advice.
When you look back at what God has done in your life, you probably didn’t anticipate exactly how it would all turn out. When God told Craig Johnson he was going to use his autistic son Connor to reach millions of people, he had no idea how. But he chose to trust God anyway.
When you’re going through the airport you may often find yourself thankful that there is a weight limit on baggage, because heavier baggage is harder to carry around. Pastor Erwin McManus has a few words that might encourage you to let go of some of the emotional stuff you might be lugging around.
Sometimes kids share the most complicated things in a way everyone can understand. Michael Rakeman is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Fellowship Home Loans. He shares the story of how one girl told her class about her mom and her love.