Maybe you know somebody in your life who seems to have it all, money and personal fame, but what are they feeling inside? Steve McQueen was an iconic movie star, but still felt like he was missing something important in his life. Greg Laurie is a pastor and the founder of Harvest Ministries. He shares the story of how Steve’s life started the change in powerful ways.
There’s a fear of missing a good deal at the store…but then there’s FEAR, the kind that alters your life. Rebekah Lyons knows what that kind of anxiety feels like. Rebekah opens up about her personal struggles, the purposes for it, and the hope she’s found.
When we fall down, we often figure we have to just get ourselves back up again. But what if we need help? Louie Giglio has openly shared about his battle with depression, and says when you’re getting beaten up by life, going at it alone just isn’t going to work.
When you give love, you can give and give and find that you never run out. Joni Eareckson Tada has spent her life doing that. She’s a quadriplegic, and as inspiring as she is, she finds inspiration from others.
Maybe you’ve been there before; things are going great, and then one small mistake or unexpected turn of events can seem to mess everything up. Our friend Tim Storey says it doesn’t’ have to be that way.
All of us have a need for a father in our lives. For Chase, it was his desire to know his father that eventually led him to a changed life. Chase found his eternal father through the Dream Center and he shares his story.
Life is going well, the family is all good…and then. If that’s how your story would go, you can relate to Brenda Solomon and her husband Lon. About 25 years ago, their lives as pastors of a church and parents were turned in a completely different direction with the arrival of a baby girl named Jill.
You’ve seen them, people that light up a room just by walking into it. Our friend Steve Brown loves to encourage others and he shares some advice.
An encouraging word at the right time gives life to others. Amy Grant has seen that time and time again through her music, and says good relationships start with our intentions.
At the end of the day, even with all the mistakes we make, if you’ve raised kids who love people, we’ve done something right. Jon Weece explores how we can love in extraordinary ways.