When loss and disappointment come our way, the spotlight doesn’t look as comfortable as a chair in the corner does. Kathie Lee Gifford talks about her ever-deepening connection to Jesus and the healing it has brought her.
Red or blue, left or right, we face lots decisions every day, and every decision has at least two effects. That’s what KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam says.
We all have trials we go through in our day-to-day lives, but rarely do they fall into the category of “life and death.” Krista Anderson has beat cancer not once, but twice! Krista says that she was able to see God’s hand in her path to healing.
All of us need opportunities to learn from mistakes and correct our course. Tim Storey is a Comeback Coach and is here to help.
Real failure is to succeed at things that don’t really matter. That was instilled in David White’s mind at an early age. David stars in the new movie “God’s Not Dead: A Light In The Darkness,” and shares some of the principles that guide him every day.
So your life isn’t perfect. Maybe that’s what people want to hear. Craig Johnson and his wife Samantha have three kids. Craig shares how their journey led them to create “Champions Club,” a ministry for special needs kids which has spread all over the world.
Maybe your Easter Sunday memories include running around the house, or the yard, looking for those little plastic eggs full of candy. With two young kids, KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell knows all about that and it’s showing her something special.
When things go wrong, I mean terribly wrong where is God? That’s a question Autumn Miles wrestled with over and over. For many years, she found herself in an abusive relationship and didn’t see a way out. In fact, one night she planned to end it all, until God showed up.
It can seem like there is so much conflict in our world today. Dave Burchett wrote the book “Waking Up Slowly,” and might help us all answer the question, “why is it we feel the need to change other people?”
It can seem like we live in a world where everyone is angry by one another. Actor Jim Caviezel plays Luke in the new movie, “Paul, Apostle Of Christ.” He says we need people to be examples of grace.