In the middle of tough circumstances, it’s hard to say that this is the most wonderful time of the year. Shelley Breen and the rest of the ladies in Point of Grace have a brand-new Christmas album called “Sing Noel.” One of the songs is “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.”
Maybe you have no bigger critic than yourself. Jennifer Rothschild has struggled with this too…especially after she lost her eyesight as a teenager. She has a story that can encourage you.
There aren’t many things more satisfying than giving. Maybe because it awakens something really deep within you, something you were made for. Erwin McManus shares how the power of giving became real to him.
Everybody makes mistakes. It’s how we deal with them that makes all the difference. Author Shannon DeGarmo shares how forgiveness is the key to moving forward.
Small issues in marriage can stack up quickly and how you handle them can make you or break you. Craig Johnson and his wife Samantha have a son with autism, and the stress of that had the potential to break them apart. But something else happened instead.
It’s been said that “Regret is a form of punishment in itself.” But what do you do? Our friend Tim Storey can help you move forward.
Nearly three million kids face a Christmas this year with a parent in prison. Judy is a volunteer at Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree. She’ll never forget the day she took Cheryl and her young children, Chad and Rachel, to see the kid’s father at a maximum-security prison, right before Christmas.
Maybe you feel like the real you doesn’t have anything to offer. Well, it might be time to rethink that. Candace Payne has become known to many as “Chewbacca Mom” and she uses her fame to spread joy to others.
When conflict fills a relationship, you may feel like it’s too broken to ever turn into anything good. Bart Millard from MercyMe has felt that way. In fact, you might be surprised to know how that led to their legendary song, “I Can Only Imagine.” The band’s guitarist Mike Scheuchzer tells the story.
Even in the face of improbable odds, the gift you can find, especially at Christmas, is hope. Karen Kingsbury is a NY Times best-selling author and she shares a story to help you never give up.