There’s something inside us that loves a great story of overcoming obstacles, because that means we can too. Louis Zamperini has one of those stories. “Unbroken: Path to Redemption” picks up where the first movie left off. Matt Baer is one of the producers and shares how this Olympic athlete named Louis had his plane shot down over the Pacific in World War II, but just kept overcoming.
You know, we all need time to slow down in the middle of the chaos and really connect. Brian Shiele is one of the founders and owners of Fellowship Home Loans. One of the things he loves best about his job is the people he meets and the stories he hears.
We all have a weakness. What can make us different, is how we choose to deal with it. Joni Eareckson Tada was in a diving accident as a teenager and ended up paralyzed from the neck down. Joni opens up about the time she rediscovered joy in her life.
Will Graham, Billy’s grandson who has the unique privilege of playing the role of his late grandfather in the new movie, “Unbroken: Path to Redemption.” As an evangelist himself, he sees the impact that true forgiveness can have, and did have on Cynthia and Louis Zamperini.
Waiting, waiting, waiting. That can be the hardest part of chasing your dream. As a world-renowned life coach in Hollywood, our friend Tim Storey helps people through those periods all the time, and has story to encourage you today.
As a parent, some days feel crazy. Our friend Amy Grant wouldn’t trade the chaos for anything, because she’s learned to see the magic in each moment.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes, but none are more brave than those who give their very lives for others. Terry Johnsson has served our country in many ways, including as a Presidential Honor Guard for three Presidents.
They’ve got it all together. It’s easy to think that when you see the polished presentation of others. Not too long ago, Steve Brown was reminded of the things we share in a place you don’t go every day.
If you’ve helped others who are less fortunate, you know the blessing. Shelene Bryan started skip1.org with a simple concept in mind. Skip something small that you don’t really need, then give the money to someone else.
Impossible? Trish Blackwell says maybe not! She’s KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach and helps tons of people through her “confidence on the go” podcast and “college of confidence.”