If you’re feeling stuck and not sure how to get out of it, our friend Dan Wilt has a story just for you!
Everything that happens could be setting us up for a grand purpose. Cindy Fahy has been involved with disability and special needs ministries over the years. It was a path charted out for her from the very beginning.
A bit of encouragement can make a big difference, even to someone known for encouraging others. That’s what happened to Luke Smallbone of For King & Country. Luke shares about when they were invited to be on The Tonight Show!
Maybe you feel like you’re burning the candle at both ends. There’s no balance in your life, and you feel bad about it. Well, Nicole Johnson has some encouragement for you.
What would happen if you didn’t look at your differences as “weird,” but rather, “special?” That change made all the difference for Kevin Laue. He was born without a full left arm, but went on to become the first person with a disability to get a division 1 college basketball scholarship.
No matter how hard we try, sometimes our efforts are just not enough. Steve Brown say, that’s OK!
Legacy is more than the possessions we leave to future generations. Brian Schiele recently had that realization. He’s an entrepreneur and co-founder of Fellowship Home Loans. Brian say’s it’s worth the effort to take time out with family.
We all have parts of our past we’d rather sweep under the rug. Shannon DeGarmo says some of those past memories are worth letting out into the light of today.
Patience can seem like a lost art in our instant everything world. Tim Storey is a life coach who helps people stop and re-focus, in order to create a better future.
Sibling rivalry is natural, especially if one child requires extra attention. Colleen Swindoll Thompson is the director of Reframing Ministries. She helps people look at life’s challenges as opportunities for change and growth. She’s also the mother of a son with special needs.