At 7am & 7pm
When you’ve messed up BIG time, have you ever just wished for a giant eraser? Jon Weece says it’s the day-to-day situations we encounter that sometimes show us the most about God’s grace.
There’s a strong temptation to protect our kids from failure, so it’s easy to point out obstacles and limitations. But Jen Bricker didn’t grow up like that. You see, Jen doesn’t have legs. But her parents had a special rule in their family, “Never say can’t.” So she didn’t.
At 8a & 8p
When we choose to forgive, it’s like releasing chains from our own soul. But there’s also great power in asking for forgiveness. Lisa Harper shares a story about a time when she was faced with some of the hardest words we have to say…“I’m sorry.”
Maybe you’ve messed up again. Can something beautiful really come out of this mess? Max Lucado has discovered a wonderful story from a small town in Paraguay that offers hope no matter what you’ve done.
At 9a & 9p
As adults, it’s easy to think we have it all figured it out already, but KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell discovered that we can learn a lot from an unlikely source…babies!
When things just keep going against you, is there any hope? Chris Tomlin shares the encouragement he’s found in his new album, “Never Lose Sight.”
Our mistakes have a way of building walls…hiding our weaknesses and blocking us from going there again. And that could be another mistake. Mike Foster shares how to really experience all that God has for us by embracing everything.
It’s fun to think about our destiny and what might happen to us down the road. But what if destiny isn’t just about the future? Jon Foreman of Switchfoot shares the most important things he’s discovered about living a life of purpose.
When it comes to bringing balance to a hectic life, the one thing that usually never works is winging it! Dee Ann Turner longs to have success not only at work, but also at home.
We can’t always change circumstances, but people can always change. Delilah has an organization called Point Hope, which helps kids in Haiti and West Africa. One of those kids was Angel, who had been abused and abandoned. She was set up to be a statistic, until love walked in.