Losing someone you love hurts. And the pain can have a tendency to turn you inward as you work through the grief. Colton Dixon shares that when his wife’s family experienced loss, something about how they responded stood out differently to Colton.
In life, it can be easy to have people’s perception of you to be of just one aspect or one event in your life. Tim Storey is a world renowned life coach and motivational speaker and he shares a reminder that you are so much more.
Laura Story’s husband Martin was diagnosed with a brain tumor about 10 years ago, which left him with several disabilities. Their home life has not been a fairy tale, but they’re constantly learning to move forward, together.
How often can you make the same mistake and apologize for it before it’s happened too many times? Steve Brown has some encouragement for you.
Could the answer to one little question asked over and over take your life to a whole new level? It did for Andy Andrews. Before he was writing books, Andy was homeless living under a pier. Until Jones came along.
When we know how much we’re loved, happiness tends to follow. Lisa Harper is the creator of Renewing the Heart Conferences and an author. She’s learning new things about God and happiness every day from her adopted daughter, Missy.
When you receive little fanfare or praise for the things you do, it can be easy to think that you don’t matter at all. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell says to be encouraged, your impact may be greater than you know.
Everything happens for a reason. We hear that so much that it’s almost become cliché. But that doesn’t mean it’s not true. As a teenager, Joni Eareckson Tada was in a diving accident and became a quadriplegic. But over the years, she’s made a difference for so many, including giving out custom wheelchairs and Bibles to over 165,000 people! Joni shares how it all began.
It seems like every relationship either ends in wedded bliss…or bitter anger. But Gary Thomas says it doesn’t have to be that way. Even “break ups” can serve a wonderful purpose.
In life, it can be so tempting to keep on trying to cram in more. After all, there are only so many hours and yet there’s so much we want to get done. Shannon DeGarmo is a wife and mom who is learning to bounce back, even if it’s from being overloaded.