Do you ever really want to do something that’s hard? Ron Hall has found that through some initial discomfort, friendship always has its rewards. His story, along with his wife Debbie, and their friend Denver Moore, is told in the NY Times best-selling book and new movie “Same Kind of Different As Me.”
Does having what you want really give us happiness? We see all kinds of commercials and stuff on the internet that screams…YES. But, Trish Blackwell says not so fast. She’s KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach, and helps all kinds of people discover their real value.
Whether your kids are very young, or full-grown, their words can always impact you in a powerful way. Mike Rakeman is a business owner and co-founder of Fellowship Home Loans and he shares his story.
A contagious kind of love can come from realizing the positive differences that those who are different have. Colleen Swindoll Thompson’s son Jonathan has brought her family many challenges. But his differences have a lasting impact that many of us could learn from and celebrate.
No matter your place in life, you can do something to make an impact on somebody else. Tim Storey says loving others starts with how you view each day. You are who God created you to be. Shannon DeGarmo is KeepTheFaith’s “Bounceback Woman” and encourages you to not let other’s expectations change you.
We get so consumed with ourselves and our problems that a lot of times we miss opportunities and people that God puts right in front of us. Sometimes it just takes the simplicity and sensitivity of a child to change our perspective and remind us of what really matters. Craig Johnson and his wife Samantha are the founders of Champions Club, a program for special needs children. Their own son, Connor, has autism.
Sometimes, we’re surprised by something or someone really good and our assumptions are challenged. When Ron Hall’s wife had a dream about a wise man who would change their city, Ron went along with the plan to find him. The story of their friendship would change them both.
When we lose a loved one, we understand the need to grieve. But what about when we lose a dream? Jenny Simmons helped start the group “Addison Road.” The future looked bright until a series of crazy events caused the group to fold and Jenny had to begin a new chapter.
Guilt and shame can feel like a load of bricks on your back. But Steve Brown has some great news to help.