If you want to change the world, it just might start at home. Nick Vujicic was born without arms and legs, but now inspires people all over the world with his story of hope and perseverance. He shares an early memory that helped shape him.
A rut is uncomfortable. But often, we’re just content to stay there. As a world-renowned life coach and motivational speaker, Tim Storey helps people move forward every day.
The choices we make today come from somewhere…maybe from the lessons we learned as kids. So how does that happen? Along with Dr. John Townsend, Dr. Henry Cloud is the co-author of the best-selling book, “Boundaries.”
When bad things happen, you can be bitter, or God can make you better. Jo Saxton is learning to choose the latter. She opens up about a woman she met that she just couldn’t stop thinking about.
What’s the end goal? Do you ever really think about that? Julianna Zobrist is a speaker and singer, and she’s married to Ben, a major league baseball player for the Chicago Cubs. Knowing the goal changed everything for them.
Bodies aren’t always the only thing that need healing. Sometimes hearts and homes do too. Brant Hansen works with CURE International, a worldwide network of hospitals that brings God’s love and medical care to kids with treatable conditions.
It’s amazing what can happen when instead of worrying, we choose to pray. Suzanne Niles and her friend Wendy Simpson Little have diligently prayed for each other. And as Suzanne shares, they’ve seen the results in very meaningful ways.
It’s been said that “In a relationship, when communication starts to fade, everything else follows.” But communication isn’t easy! Clayton and Ashlee Hurst are marriage pastors at Lakewood Church in Houston. They remind us that it all begins with understanding your spouse.
Sometimes, you know the path you should take, but something is holding you back. Zach Williams had started to make his way in music, but was marred by a life filled with alcohol and drug abuse. But his story wouldn’t end that way.
Forgiveness is a wonderful thought until you’re the one who needs to give it. Then you might need some guidance. And that’s where KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam comes in.