Maybe you’ve seen the meme that says “worry less, pray more.” Darren Whitehead, is a pastor who co-wrote a book with Chris Tomlin called “Holy Roar: 7 Words That Will Change The Way You Worship.” He picked up this tip from a friend.
So what is the key to truly standing out…in a good way? Andy Andrews says to make an impact, you have to understand the difference between “weird” and “different.”
You’ve likely gone through some sort of difficulties in life, but where do you turn when things are really rough? Mandy Young is a women’s conference speaker who has gone through numerous surgeries in her life as a result of a very unique genetic defect.
It can be one thing to dream of all the big things you want to accomplish in life, but actually accomplishing those tasks? Tim Storey says that’s a whole different story.
Part of growing and being a better person sometimes means learning to deal with things that make you feel uncomfortable. Steve Brown is learning to be a better human; even if it means accepting hugs.
Sometimes you can be so busy doing life, that you can forget to stop and give your family the attention that you truly want to. Between touring and leading worship, Matt Redman tried to find ways to spend more meaningful time with his family.
We can all probably name something we think we can’t do, and feel that adventurous lives are reserved for other people. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell is here to help.
It’s amazing the impact you can have, when you don’t even know it. The question is, what kind of impact is it? Mark Koch is a Hollywood producer and promoter. His son Blake happens to be a NASCAR driver and a difference maker.
Between social media and TV news, it can feel like we’re all just constantly disagreeing on everything. It’s easy to wonder if it’s possible to even have a kind conversation with someone we don’t see eye to eye with. Dave Burchett offers some advice.
Things feel different when you’re dating then they do when you’re married. Your relationship changes. Richard and Renda Horne are Life Transition specialists. They share how marriage is a real learning process.