Eyes meet, hearts meet, and so often encouragement spreads…One on One. Keith Stevens loves to share the power of these moments.
You may have heard the quote “the main thing is to keep the main thing, the main thing.” Steve Brown says that applies to what we think about God as well.
Going through the loss of a father at the age of seven and then having a battle with depression would already be enough for one person to overcome. As a teenager, Kristina Ellis had to find a way to move forward after experiencing this as well as betrayal.
When you come across really well behaved kids or a couple that’s still in love decades into marriage, you may think, ‘what’s the secret?’ Well, friends like KeepTheFaith’s Relationship Chef Dr. Joe Beam can help answer that question.
Maybe it works best to feed your kids vegetables one bite at a time. That can work in life too, because when we look at the whole road in front of us, it can become overwhelming. Robert D. Smith says you might not have the strength for tomorrow, but you do have the strength for right now.
Dan Wilt is a musician and author and he loves to tell inspiring stories. Today, he shares one that’ll encourage you to practice finding hope.
Sometimes, when life has us down, what we need most is a ‘win.’ KeepTheFaith’s Confidence Coach Trish Blackwell shares a little secret about finding one.
What does it really mean to be human? The question sounds deep, but does the answer really matter practically in your life? Erwin McManus examines some of the aspects of life in his book “The Artisan Soul.”
It’s been said that “we are the home of the free…because of the brave.” Over Lee Greenwood’s long career, he’s won numerous awards but one song always seems to stand out above the rest, “God Bless the USA.”
Band aids, cotton balls, Tylenol…it’s all helpful. But what if the medicine we really need to give is in our heart? One of the things that’s helped Christa Black Gifford overcome fear and shame is the love of her husband Luke, and her son, Moses.