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Sometimes we forget the power that encouraging words can bring. And every now and then they come when we least expect it. Gail McWilliams lost her eyesight when she had children, but hasn’t lost her vision. She shares some encouragement with us.
Maybe there are times you just want to bang your head against the wall…absolutely disgusted with yourself. Christa Black Gifford has been there. She opens up about her shame from abuse and binge eating and her road to healing.
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We’ve heard that there’s always someone else who has more. But we don’t always think about the fact that there’s always someone else who can do more. Shauna Niequist pushed until she ran out of steam, and now is on a journey to find rest. She shares her discoveries with us.
A good deal is when both sides keep their end of the bargain. It’s expected. But Steve Brown has seen another deal. It’s unexpected…and GREAT.
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Sometimes, one simple change makes a huge difference in life…if you’re aware of it. Andy Andrews tells us how to make this change.
“Let’s not get bogged down in the details!” We tell ourselves that, but maybe, that’s where God is. Joni Eareckson Tada can’t use her arms or legs, but that hasn’t stopped her from living an amazing life. She remembers the day everything changed.
There are times in life when it feels like there’s just always something going wrong. Bianca Juarez Olthoff knows the feeling. She grew up very poor and for most of her childhood, illiterate. But as she shares, these times can be the perfect opportunity to grow.
Rebecca Hagelin has been building a solid home for decades, and shares a few ideas to make yours attractive to others, in her book, “30 Ways in 30 Days to Strengthen Your Family.”
It’s been said that “every life composes a song of its own.” But often, we allow others to decide what the song will be. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares some hope with us.
It can be tough to overcome our fears and move forward in life. Sometimes it’s fear of the unknown or a fear that we’re going to fail. Our friend Max Lucado has some thoughts for dealing with things just like this.