You and me, everyone has a purpose, but finding out what it is exactly, can be the challenge. Christine Caine started the A-21 Campaign to fight against human trafficking. She shares what the journey to find your purpose might look like.
Building relationships that last isn’t easy. Dr. Joe Beam is KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef and says we call all do something to improve our relationships, and it’s easy to remember as, “pies.”
There’s something special about the encouragement that comes from kids, it has a quality that easily becomes contagious. And after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer that could have affected her voice forever, Natalie Grant needed it. Natalie reflects on telling her kids the news.
Sometimes the words and thoughts that do us the most harm, come from inside ourselves. Serene and Pearl are two sisters that started the Trim Healthy Mama eating and lifestyle plan that has turned into a healthy food freedom movement all over the world, and yet they still struggle with the same kinds of challenges as me and you.
Everybody is in their own unique place, emotionally and spiritually. But a marriage is strongest when God is put first. Clayton and Ashlee Hurst are marriage pastors and have written the book, “Hope For Your Marriage.”
Sometimes the worst pain we feel, can come from something inside that’s so small, we forget it’s even there. KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell, says we need to always be aware of what’s getting into our minds, bodies and spirits.
Often, we later suffer for the decisions we make, to achieve the kind of life we think we want. Robert Beeson is a former Christian music executive who spent many years chasing the wrong things, and his marriage suffered for it. He talks about the good that can come from any situation, even divorce.
When we choose to forgive, it’s like releasing chains from our own soul. But there is also great power in asking for forgiveness. Lisa Harper shares a story of when she had to say some of the toughest words ever, to a friend.
We all want to leave a positive mark on those around us and help make the world a more love-filled place. Bob Goff shares some advice on how to actually begin that work, and it isn’t that complicated.
When the tough times come, how can we find hope? Steve Brown says that often, it starts with rethinking what’s good, and what’s bad.