We all feel alone every once in a while. It’s especially hard when you’re married and you feel that way. Anita Rodriguez felt alone in her marriage for years. After a divorce, she felt even worse…especially when she was faced with raising her autistic son, Lucas.
It’s natural to want to be independent, just look at a two-year-old child. Liz Curtis Higgs shares a valuable lesson that she learned about being able to ask for help.
Happiness and grief are opposites. Or are they? Lisa Harper has been encouraging women to “be happy” through her speaking and books, like “The Sacrament of Happy.”
What if you could make a difference for others in ways you never thought possible…in ways you’ve only read about? Bruce Wilkinson says you can. He’s a NY Times best-selling author and he says it starts with understanding that it’s not about you.
One of the great things about love is its ability to overcome huge differences. Heather Avis wrote the book “The Lucky Few” as a way to share about her family’s experience with adopting children with special needs.
It’s one thing to offer words of encouragement to someone going through a tough time, but when it’s you, well, they’re harder to believe. Mark Hall has been there. He’s the lead singer of Casting Crowns. A couple years ago, Mark’s world was rocked by life changing news from the doctor.
One of the most difficult fears we can face is the possibility of losing someone we love. Joyce Smith had to face that fear one winter day. She’s the mom of four boys. One of them had been sleeping over at a friend’s house, when she got a call.
It can be tempting to blend into the crowd, but, Tim Storey says we all can make a big difference.
It isn’t easy to overcome the pain of our past, especially when it calls on us to let go of resentment. Our friend Max Lucado shares why it so important to let go of the resentment, even when the other person is not even sorry.
You know those computer updates that end up causing problems if you keep ignoring them? Maybe the same is true in other areas of life. Trish Blackwell is KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach, and she is here to help.