Loss can feel like the end of the story, like brighter days will never come again. But Roma Downey says that great hope can still be yours. Roma shares about the unexpected blessings in life.
“You can’t eat your cake and have it too.” Andy Andrews sees it applying to so many areas of life.
Years from now, what are the moments your family will remember? Michael Rakeman and Brian Sheile are the founders and owners of Fellowship Home Loans. One of their favorite things about what they do is the people they meet and the stories they hear.
One of the things that can spread contagious encouragement…is contagious confidence! But where can you find it? Alex Seeley and her husband are the founders and lead pastors of “The Belonging Company,” and she’s also the author of a new book called “Tailor Made.”
Remember the little engine that could? Maybe he was on to something with that positive attitude. Serene and Pearl see a lot of people give up on a healthy lifestyle because of their shortcomings.
When your life changes, you find yourself saying, “what now?” Chonda Pierce has been there. A few years ago, Chonda’s husband passed away unexpectedly. It’s brought on a new season in life filled with some tears, but a lot of smiles too.
On the way to your dream, something interesting can happen. You find a different one. Gigi Butler is the founder of Gigi’s Cupcakes and an author. She originally wanted to be a music star, and in her pursuit of that, found herself in the cleaning business.
You want to teach your kids all kinds of life lessons. But sometimes, they teach you! In this past year, Natalie Grant was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and watching her daughters process it, ended up being a valuable experience.
Forgiveness doesn’t always come easy, but is it because you don’t want to, or because you’re afraid to? Jentezen Franklin says understanding what forgiveness really is and what it’s not can help overcome those fears and move forward.
So, you’ve failed. Contrary to popular opinion, Scott Hamilton says that’s great news. Scott says we may need to rethink a few things.