When something so necessary becomes something so stressful and controlling, it’s time for a change. Serene and Pearl are a dynamic sister act who have 19 kids between them! But they’re also the founders of “Trim Healthy Mama,” a food freedom movement that uses Biblical principles.
It’s so easy to get wrapped up in what’s going on in our own world, that we miss everything else. Brian Shiele and Michael Rakeman are the founders and owners of Fellowship Home Loans. One of the things they enjoy about their job is the people they meet and the stories they hear.
Maybe you feel like needing a second chance makes you a loser. Scott Hamilton says that’s simply not the case. Scott shares how second, third and fourth chances make you a winner.
Sometimes the one who needs to hear the story you’re telling is you. Natalie Grant has been on a journey through cancer over the last year, but found real encouragement in one of her own songs.
On your journey to fulfilling your dreams, it’s easy to overlook things that can help you move forward. Patrice Washington shares what she’s learned. Could it be true that success often depends on your space?
Our pets are part of the family and can teach us a lot about unconditional love. But Dave Burchett says they can show us other things as well. Dave shares how he saw his own heart more clearly after watching his dog, Maggie.
Perspective makes such a big difference, especially in times of sorrow. Just ask Chonda Pierce. She’s an award-winning comedian known as the Queen of Clean. She pokes fun at everything!
Boring. Messy. A real chore. That’s not exactly how you want to describe your life. Tim Storey is a life coach and he sees a lot of people who make well-intentioned decisions to change.
Someone once said, “Do more things that make you forget to check your phone!” KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is helping people do those kinds of things.
Your worth can be so easily caught up in what you aren’t, rather than what you are. Jennifer Rothschild became blind as a teenager. She writes about the inner struggle she had in her book, “Me, Myself & Lies: What To Say When You Talk To Yourself.”