Life sometimes takes you down a road no one wants to travel. But there is hope for a turnaround. Caroline Barnett and her husband Matthew lead the Dream Center in Los Angeles. She’s found that sometimes the problem is a symptom of something much deeper.
Developing character doesn’t happen overnight. It takes work, and KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is helping people do it every day.
When you help someone else, it’s amazing the change that can happen in you. Hal Donaldson is the founder of Convoy of Hope, one of the relief organizations helping victims of the recent hurricanes. He explains how a decision to do the next kind thing, changed his life on the first day.
Rude awakenings…those moments when we realize we’re not invincible. Tim Storey says those can be a powerful motivator.
A lot of times, the things we think are setbacks are all actually part of a big, wonderful, plan. Nick Hall shares how his life was powerfully impacted on a recent trip overseas.
We’re often caught on the fast track of success so much that we don’t see the good we can do right in front of us. Greg Murtha learned this lesson, but it took cancer to slow him down enough to see it. Greg recently passed away, but not before writing “Out of the Blue.” Greg’s widow, Tracey, now shares his stories about allowing ourselves to be interrupted.
It’s been said that “your value doesn’t decrease based on someone’s inability to see your worth.” That’s something Michele Pillar has learned in her life.
Problems don’t always go away, but they do always have a purpose. Brenda Solomon and her husband Lon are the founders of Jill’s House. She remembers that day she started to really find hope.
No hurt runs so deep as betrayal. But no medicine can heal it quite like true forgiveness. Alan, Lisa, and the rest of the Robertson family recently finished their hugely successful run on “Duck Dynasty.” They’re also the authors of “A New Season,” where they share stories of hope after some painful times, including Lisa’s infidelity.
Thomas Jefferson said, “In matters of style, swim like the current. In matters of principle, stand like a rock.” Can that still be true in today’s changing world? Steve Brown says yes.