The old saying goes, “the devil is in the details.” It’s meant to help remind us to pay attention to avoid failure. Our friend Tim Storey is a life coach that has helped people around the world turn their failures into successes.
When everything seems to be going wrong, it can be pretty tempting to hunker down and have a pity party. Patrice Washington has been through the loss of a child, a struggling marriage, and losing everything in the recession. But that wasn’t the end.
You may truly want some alone time, but no one enjoys being lonely. Brian Schiele shares a story of how anyone, even a small child can help another know they are not alone.
Hollywood has been shocked by the success of the movie, “I Can Only Imagine,” but it’s really just proof of what can happen when a community comes together. You might not know by hearing it, but that’s where the story behind the song “I Can Only Imagine,” begins. Bart from MercyMe shares the story.
Once we get down the road in relationships, we start to treat each other differently. Becky Thompson shares an idea to revolutionize your relationships, and it’s something she learned from her dad.
Facing an unexpected challenge can be devastating. Scott MacIntyre overcame being born blind to become a finalist on American Idol. Having already endured a kidney transplant, Scott and his fiancé Christina weren’t prepared for what would happen next.
Finding joy and satisfaction in our day to day lives often feels elusive. There is hope! Andy Andrews says there’s a common pattern in people that are happy.
Sometimes just one selfless act can change the world. Besides being a story of forgiveness and hope, the surprise hit movie “I Can Only Imagine” is also a story of giving, between a brand new band at the time called MercyMe, and Amy Grant.
No matter what you’ve been through, there’s always hope for a brighter future. Craig Johnson and his wife Samantha were led to create a ministry for people with special needs, called Champions Club. The impact has spread beyond their community.
Sometimes loving others can be tough and it may be the reason you’re having difficulty loving yourself. KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam works up recipes every week to help us have better relationships.