It’s easy to get so focused on one thing that you can miss the beauty around you, especially when that thing you’re focused on is your fear. Scott MacIntyre is a singer and songwriter who was on season nine of American Idol and shares his struggle.
We all want the best for our children, for them to be happy, but Andy Andrews has a question. What should our real purpose be for raising kids?
Ho hum. Another day at the office. Could work ever be more than that? Patrice Washington says “YES!” She had built a successful career in real estate until the recession took it all away. But that has helped her focus in on her purpose.
When it’s personal and things look impossible, sometimes it’s hard to believe that the things we pray for…could actually happen. Our friend Max Lucado is New York Times Best Selling author, having written almost 100 books, including “Anxious for Nothing.”
Sometimes there’s just too much…too much stuff, too much on the calendar, too much filling your mind and it can paralyze you. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell helps people get their life in order.
A day becomes a little brighter when you wake up to good news. Our friend Steve Brown says that can be every day. He’s a radio host and author of books like “Three Free Sins.”
Failure is the enemy. Or is it? Scott Hamilton says maybe failure is more helpful than hurtful. Scott won the gold medal in figure skating at the 1984 Olympics. He’s written a new book called, “Finish First: Winning Changes Everything,” but he says being a winner, involves a lot of losing.
What if every moment of your life is building towards something like it’s a piece of a puzzle that you just can’t see yet? Well Jackelyn Viera Iloff is finding that to be true and shares how God is orchestrating it all.
Sometimes the script gets flipped. And the outcome is absolutely beautiful. Having Asperger’s Syndrome himself, friends with special needs are close to Brant Hansen’s heart.
You can read all the books you want about raising kids, but that doesn’t mean you ever do it perfectly. In fact, sometimes you don’t even realize what you’re doing. Our friend Shannon DeGarmo shares her story.